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Purism and Language: A Study in Modern Ukrainian and Belorussian Nationalism (1840–1967). Indiana University Press. 1093/applin/amp038 Advance Access published on 16 October 2009 Improving Data Analysis in Second Language Acquisition by Utilizing Modern Developments in Applied Statistics JENIFER LARSON-HALL and RICHARD HERRINGTON University of North Texas INTRODUCTION Statistics play an important role in analyzing data in all fields that employ empirical and quantitative methods, including the second language acquisition (SLA) field.

Continuum. 1093/applin/amp037 Advance Access published on 21 September 2009 Speaking Correctly: Error Correction as a Language Socialization Practice in a Ukrainian Classroom DEBRA A. FRIEDMAN Michigan State University Mastery of the native language is not an entitlement but the duty of a patriot. ‘Language duties of a citizen’ (posted in a Ukrainian classroom) Nearly 20 years after independence, Ukraine continues to debate how to define itself in relation to the former dominant power, Russia. Ukrainian uneasiness about Russian influence is often expressed through concern about the integrity and even survival of the Ukrainian language.

However, ethnic affiliation did not necessarily correlate with home language use. Only five children came from homes where exclusively Ukrainian was used, nine came from homes where exclusively Russian was used, and nine used both. The Armenian child spoke Armenian at home and, according to his mother, spoke Russian with neighbors and playmates. That is, nearly 80 per cent routinely used Russian outside of school. org by guest on December 31, 2010 Such comments illustrate the complex relationship between language ideologies and language practices.

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