The crisis of contemporary linguistics vs. applied linguistics
[Kriza v lingvistike vs. aplikovana lingvistika]
Roman Kvapil – Martina Siposova
The role of applied linguistics and its significance as social science is justified and legitimate at present. It surveys the increasing dialogue between linguistics and social theory. It is characterized by various literary sources as a discipline which exploits the results of linguistics and other scientific disciplines in practice. The article deals with the questions of linguistics, applied linguistics, and the role of some sub-disciplines in the system of applied linguistics. The authors analyse the term application and consider diverse interpretations of the term applied linguistics in the broad and narrow sense of the word.
Key words: American structuralism, applied linguistics, didactics, generative grammar, linguistics applied, linguodidactics, politolinguistics
Pages: 151 - 168