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Jan Okuniewski

Venedig. Das Sprachlehrbuch des Georg von Nürnberg (1424) und seine Folgen (pp. 87-106), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag. Oxford, R. & Shearin, J. (1994). Language learning motivation: Expanding the theoretical framework. The Modern Language Journal , 78, 12-28. Pirożyński, J. (1980). Nieznane rozmówki polsko-niemieckie z 1. połowy XVI w. w zbiorach Herzog August Bibliothek w Wolfenbüttel (Unknown Polish-German phrasebook from the first half of the 16th century in the collection of the Herzog August Library in

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Lukas Sönning

rhythm in German. Proceedings of the 15th ICPhS , Barcelona, Spain. 2437-2440. Gut, U. 2006. Unstressed vowels in non-native German, Speech Prosody 2006. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Speech Prosody , eds. R. Hoffmann and H. Mixdorff. Dresden, Germany. Gut, U. 2009. Non-native speech. A corpus-based analysis of phonological and phonetic properties of L2 English and German . Frankfurt: Peter Lang. Kaltenbacher, E. 1998. Zum Sprachrhythmus des Deutschen und seinem Erwerb. In H. Wegener (ed) Eine zweite Sprache lernen . Tübingen: Narr. 21

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Andreas Brunold

References Amelina, A., & Faist, T. (2008). Turkish migrant Associations in Germany. Between integration pressure and transnational linkages. Revue européenne des migrations internationals , 24 (2), 91–120, Retrieved from http://www.universitaetbielefeld.de/tdrc/ag_comcad/downloads/amelina_turkish_migrant.pdf Autorengruppe Bildungsberichterstattung im Auftrag der KMK und des BMBF [Authoring group educational reporting by order of the KMK and the BMBF] (2010). Bildung in Deutschland 2010 [Education in Germany 2010]. Bielefeld: Bertelsmann Verlag

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Jaroslav David and Tereza Klemensová

Introduction The present study – on the examples of historical German geographical names in the Czech Republic, and of historical German and Hungarian geographical names in the Slovak Republic – focuses on the issues of thematisation, memory, revitalisation and marketing use of toponymy of national minorities, treating all these from the viewpoint of the present day. We will focus on the post-1989 treatment and destinies of the German toponymy of Czech lands (used as a synonym for the Czech Republic); more particularly, the study investigates whether the

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Sandra Kreisslová and Lukáš Novotný

German minority in the Czech Republic, whose current language situation is a result of the negative historic developments after World War II (WWII) and under the communist regime. Due to the forced resettlement of most German-speaking inhabitants and the subsequent assimilation policies of the communist regime (also refer Staněk 1993 ; Spurný 2011 ), which were centered on language issues, the German community underwent strong cultural and language assimilation. This is also attested by a steady decline of its membership: from 159,938 individuals who identified with

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Andrzej Grajewski

References AIPN, 0445/12, v. 1, fi le 3, Klimat polityczny w jakim został opracowany list biskupów polskich do niemieckich [Political climat during preparation of the letter from Polish to German bishops]. AIPN, 0648/162, Info no. 189/IV/65 on tactics of archbishop Kominek concerning 20th anniversary of the Church in the Recovered Territories and on the dialog with the Germans. AIPN, 0648/21, v. 2, A response of Ignacy Krasicki to the letter of cardinal Wyszyński sent to the “Polityka”, Rome, 27 IV 1966

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Alexander Tölle

References Ahlke B., Göddecke-Stellmann J., Illés I. & Schön K. P., 1999. Regionen und regionale Zusammenarbeit in Europa (Regions and regional cooperation in Europe). Informationen zur Raumentwicklung 9/10: 687-710. Ciok S., Dołzbłasz S., Leśniak M. & Raczyk A., 2008. Polska - Niemcy. Współpraca i konkurencja na pograniczu (Poland - Germany. Cooperation and competition in the border area) . Wrocław, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego. Domański R., 1999. Poznań as a centre of

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Jan Parys

, pp. 235-242 (Kingston, 2009). T. Snyder, Th inking the Twentieth Century, Penguin 2012. J. Sawicki, T. Cyprian (oprac.) Materiały norymberskie: umowa, statut, akt oskarż enia, wyrok, radzieckie votum, Warszawa 1948 [Th e Nuremberg documents: agreement, statue, indictment, verdict, Russian votum]. Polish White Book: German Occupation of Poland - Extract of note Adressed to the Allied and Neutral Powers, New York 1942.

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Wolfgang Zank

References Abelshauser, W. (2011). Deutsche Wirtschaftsgeschichte. Von 1945 bis zur Gegenwart . München: C.H. Beck. DIW-Wochenbericht. (1997). No. 17. Akerlof, G. A., Rose, A. K., Yellen, J. L., & Hessenius, H. (1991). East Germany in from the Cold: The economic aftermath of the currency union. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity , 1: 1-106. Busch, U. (2010). Die Währungsunion am 1. Juli 1990: Wirtschaftspolitische Fehlleistung mit Folgen. Jahrbuch für Forschungen zur Geschichte der Arbeiterbewegung , 2 , 5-24. Diekmann, K

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Jan E. Okuniewski

References Ahat, R. (2013). Motivation, gender, and learner performance of English as an L3 in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. English Language Teaching, 6 (9), 158-167. Brantmeier, C., Callender, A, & McDaniel M. (2013). The role of gender, embedded questions, and domain specific readings with learners of Spanish. Hispania, 96 (3), 562-578 Chavez, M. (2014). Variable beliefs about the need for accuracy in the oral production of German: An exploratory study. International Journal of Applied Linguistics