Anna Dąbrowska

Anna Dąbrowska
University of Warsaw | UW · Faculty of Education

PhD

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Obligatory Polish middle school exams taking place just before the end of the last compulsory common stage of education provide the opportunity to reveal the level of pupils’ literacy. The acquisition of literacy defines the manner in which reality is perceived and how people participate in social life. In the article the following problem is addre...
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The impact that language has on human cognitive processes unquestionably points to its educational value. A man acquires a language and through language learns the world. Thereby language becomes both the tool and the object of cognition. Language shapes the user’s perception of the world as well as introducing them into a given linguistic and cult...
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Umiejętność obcowania z tekstem pisanym stanowi klucz do uczestnictwa w kulturze, umożliwia korzystanie z dorobku określonej społeczności oraz ułatwia przejście do języka abstrakcji i symbolicznego ujęcia rzeczywistości. Nabycie tej sprawności ma swoje konsekwencje poznawcze, społeczne i kulturowe. W artykule podjęto próbę odpowiedzi na pytania: w...
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Youth slang as a sociolect serves to integrate and distinguish a particular group and to identify its members. As a rule, it is used as a community-building tool by those who aspire or actually belong to a group. In the article, the author attempts to answer the following questions: Who uses youth slang and in what communicative situations it is us...
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Contemporary adolescents are subjected to two opposing forces: consumer culture characterized by subordination and revolt against controlled activity. Youth fosters self-improvement, which requires intentional and conscious changes in behaviors and personalities conforming to accepted standards as well as an orientation toward faraway pro-social go...
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The age of secondary orality, in which the oral and literate ways of thinking collide with each other, influences the communicative styles of today’s youth. One of the visible phenomena related to the language of teenagers is their progressing inability to acquire skills required to use written texts, together with the resulting cognitive and socia...
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Is slang cool? Educational aspects of the presence of students slang in public discourse Students slang as a socially conditioned variety of language was initially intended and used by teenagers exclusively for informal contacts between peers. Today, it is also used for communication between children, young people and adults, including in official...
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Adolescent slang and language in advertising messages interact in an interesting fashion. On the one hand, the language of advertising inspires today’s adolescents, who search for role models, modify and interpret well–known advertising slogans. On the other hand, deriving from consumer culture, the focus on the recipient requires taking into accou...