By Arnetha F. Ball, Sarah Warshauer Freedman
Contributed by way of authors who write from a number of disciplinary views, the essays during this publication make clear the educational theories of Mikhail Bakhtin and tackle the appliance of his ideas to modern matters. moreover, the authors are joined through different students in a Bakhtinian discussion. jointly, they tackle questions that readers can have approximately Bakhtinian idea and its software to daily instructing practices.
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In interview after interview, teachers, students, and parents asserted that in reality, the language is all the same: Officially there are unfortunately, three languages, but the thing is that we do not have interpreters. There is Bosnian, Serbian, and Croatian. This is a one language . . damned nationalism is so strong and opposing, politics opposing although it is completely the same language. . No one needs an interpreter, but it is as it is. (history teacher) Basically, we all speak the same language.
A Bosniak parent offers a contrasting way of thinking about a mixed society. He imagines ways to preserve what he understands to be the linguistic desires of the “others,” but in a context of integrated schools and classrooms: It [classrooms] would be mixed. It would be logical to me that everyone speaks in their own language. If the professor is Croat, let him speak in Croatian. If he is a Serb, let him speak in Serb language, and the children should speak in their own languages. If by chance someone doesn’t understand, he should ask what does it mean, and not to correct.
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