Salon "Reči na delu" 2016

Why are babies sociolinguistic geniuses?

TedxBelgrade Salon “Words at work” to be held in February is dedicated to sociolinguistic topics, and the visitors will have the opportunity to hear interesting stories about the global phenomenon of the lexeme pizza, the influence of a popular cartoon on the development of gender identities in kids, wiping the cultural differences when translating American love novels into Serbian, as well as learning new languages in a space called classroom.

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Registration process is on!

Dear TEDx members,

we wish to inform you that as of today you can sign up for the first TEDxBelgrade Salon, which will be held on February 27th, 2016 in a small club of the Youth Center, starting at 12h. Signing up for this event is required due to a limited number of seats and will last until February 17th 2016. The ticket price is 250 dinars and tickets can be purchased at the event.

See you there!

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Julijana Vučo

Any written evidence that we find, especially in the urban area, is there for a reason in our environment. "Linguistic landscapes" which we are surrounded by, consist of characters, writings, company names, streets, products, graffiti, written traces in the eye of the visible environment in contemporary, interdisciplinary scientific field that involves the interpretation of linguistic phenomena in the public space, in the sociolinguistic way of seeing and thinking.

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Gordana Vladisavljević

Are there gender stereotypes in children media discourse and how are they manifested? Are there children cartoons that deconstruct gender stereotypes? In her talk the author will try to analyse the interaction of language and gender within the critical discourse analysis of children media discourse. Putting the analysis in the theoretical context of Social Learning Theory and Gender Schema Theory, the author will prove the analysed contents to be important for the learning of aschematic gender roles for the children of preschool age.

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Ana Jovanović

Why do we learn foreign languages and how do we learn them in the formal educational context? Do you still remember verbal paradigms and exceptions that we used to cram for exams and did you wonder, while in school, about their purpose? Do you believe it is possible to learn languages in school? And what does it mean to know a language after all?

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