Ulrike Vogl

Ulrike Vogl
Ghent University | UGhent · Department of Linguistics

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Poster
In Early modern times, there were no fully standardized languages that served as symbols for democratic participation and national loyalty; accordingly, there were no established standard languages a foreign language learner was expected to acquire (Vogl 2012). However, various social actors - for example textbook authors – were engaged in processe...
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De vroegmoderne maatschappij was hiërarchisch gelaagd. Dit is ook herkenbaar in de vroegmoderne taal. We vinden in vroegmoderne teksten een grote verscheidenheid van vormen om elkaar aan te spreken – bijvoorbeeld met “mijn heere” of “meester”, met een beroepsnaam (“keldermeester”), een verwantschapsterm (“neve”) of door iemand “vriend” of “lief” te...
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The aim of this article is twofold: first, we apply the concept of “Language Making” – which is introduced in this thematic issue – to the domain of foreign language learning and teaching. More specifically, we investigate the role of teachers, as well as other social actors in the domain of foreign language education, in the making of foreign lang...
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This article introduces a new concept called “Language Making”. The term covers all kinds of processes in which speakers or non-speakers collectively conceptualize linguistic entities. Such processes are usually perpetual, they operate based on language ideologies and attitudes, and they bring about functional and structural norms which determine t...
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In de laatste jaren wordt er meer en meer aandacht besteed aan tussenwerpsels in taalkundig onderzoek. Bovendien krijgen tussenwerpsel ook steeds meer belang binnen de vreemdetalendidactiek. Maar was dat altijd al zo? Hadden tussenwerpsels ook al een rol in het vreemdetalenonderwijs in de vroegmoderne Lage Landen? In dit artikel gaan we terug in de...
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This article discusses the adjectivization of the Dutch interjections ça va and ok . argues that this adjectivization process was driven by analogical relations based on broad syntactic categories. A corpus investigation and acceptability judgements show (i) that the adjectival use of ça va and ok has become more frequent since Lemmens’s research,...
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Nog nooit is het zo gemakkelijk geweest vreemde talen te leren. Je hoeft het huis niet uit en kunt zelfs vanuit je luie zetel met je smartphone een nieuwe taal leren. Een vreemde taal leren kan natuurlijk op allerlei manieren: op school, via volwassenenonderwijs of zelfstudie. Dit kan bijvoorbeeld met audio-cursussen of met een app voor je gsm of t...
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Multilingualism and modern language teaching in the 16th century: the interjection hola as a possible case of language contact in the Colloquia, et dictionariolum In this paper, we explore the semantic-pragmatic functions of the interjection hola in the Dutch, French and Spanish versions of the Colloquia, et dictionariolum , printed in Antwerp, as...
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This article draws upon data from 1880 students across Europe, gathered through an online survey. It aims at identifying general trends regarding their beliefs about multilingualism: Are these still shaped by the dominant standard language ideology (SLI)? In the article, results from factor analysis that examined underlying dimensions of beliefs ab...
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Book
This volume explores the roots of Europe's struggle with multilingualism. It argues that, over the centuries, the pursuit of linguistic homogeneity has become a central aspect of the mindset of Europeans. In its extreme form, it became manifest in the principle of 'one language, one state, one people'. Consequently, multilingualism came to be viewe...
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In this article the linguistic situation in Belgium and its historical development is discussed. The country has often been called a role model for the linguistic future of Europe because of its alleged success in granting equal rights to its French and Dutch language communities while preserving political unity. This paper, however, argues that Be...

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