What Is the Role of Culture in Language Teaching?

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Gabriel Obando
Pedro Obando
Ana Sánchez


Sociology and Linguistics have become more concerned with the phenomenon of communication, and each science has developed strategies to integrate the study of language as a common goal. Linguists consider the importance of socially conditioned linguistic events, and social scientists are aware of the social nature of language. Sociolinguistics is the science that deals with this important relation; in which the speech acts are analyzed in all their social dimensions.

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Obando, G., Obando, P., & Sánchez, A. (2016). What Is the Role of Culture in Language Teaching?. HOW, 2(1), 61–63. Retrieved from https://howjournalcolombia.org/index.php/how/article/view/279
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