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Penny Ur

. Robinson, Peter (2011). Task-based language learning: A review of issues. Language Learning 61 (Issue supplement s1): 1–36. Skehan, Peter (2003). Task-based instruction. Language Teaching 36: 1–14. Swan, Michael (2005). Legislation by hypothesis: the case of task-based instruction. Applied Linguistics 26.3: 376–401. Ur, Penny (2002). The English teacher as professional. Richards, J. C., & Renandya, W., eds. Methodology in Language Teaching . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 399–392. Walters, JoDee, & Neval Bozkurt (2009). The effect

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Explorations in English Language and Linguistics

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Višnja Pavičić Takać and Nives Berka

/Multilingual Matters: 239–45. Ushioda, Ema (1998). Effective motivational thinking: A cognitive theoretical approach to the study of language learning motivation. Soler, Eva Alcón, Victoria Codina Espurz, eds. Current Issues in English Language Methodology . Castelló de la Plana: Universitat Jaume I: 77–89. Ushioda, Ema (2009). A person-in-context relational view of emergent motivation, self and identity. Dörnyei, Zoltán, Ema Ushioda, eds. Motivation, Language Identity and the L2 Self . Bristol: Multilingual Matters: 215–28. Ushioda, Ema (2015). Context and

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Adisa Imamović and Anela Mulahmetović Ibrišimović

, Mario, Marija Omazić, Višnja Pavičić-Takač, eds. Cognitive Approaches to English: Fundamental, Methodological Interdisciplinary and Applied Aspects. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 173-201. Brdar, Mario (2007). Metonymy in Grammar: Towards Motivating Extensions of Grammatical Categories and Constructions. Osijek: Filozofski fakultet. Brdar, Mario (2015). Metonymic chains and synonymy. Fluminensia 27.2: 83-101. Brdar, Mario, Rita Brdar-Szabó (2007). When Zidane is not simply Zidane, and Bill Gates is not just Bill Gates: Or, Some

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Mirna Begagić

). Lexical approach: What does the lexical approach look like? Retrieved February 18, 2014 www.teachingenglish.org.uk/think/methodology/lexical_approach1.shtml . Kjellmer, Göran (1991). A mint of phrases. In Aijmer, Karin, Bengt Altenberg (eds.), English Corpus Linguistics. Studies in Honour of Jan Svartvik (pp. 111–127). London, New York: Longman. Nasselhauf, Nadja (2005). Collocations in a Learner Corpus . Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Ozaki, Shigeru (2011). Teaching collocations effectively with the aid of L1. The Language Teacher 35

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Philip Kerr

, Graham, Guy Cook (2013). Own-language Use in ELT: Exploring Global Practices and Attitudes in ELT . London: British Council Holiday, Adrian (1994). Appropriate Methodology and Social Context . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Howatt, Anthony Philip Reid, H. G. Widdowson (2004). A History of English Language Teaching (2nd edition). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Harmer, Jeremy (1983). The Practice of English Language Teaching (1st edn). Harlow: Longman. Kachru, Braj (1992). The Other Tongue: English Across Cultures . Champaign, IL

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Ana Tankosić and Vildana Dubravac

References Anderson, John R. (1983). The architecture of cognition . Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Bacha, Nahla (2001). Writing evaluation: what can analytic versus holistic essay scoring tell us? System 29: 371–383. Bialystok, Ellen (1982). On the relationship between knowing and using forms. Applied Linguistics 3: 181–206. Brumfit, Christofer J. (1984). Communicative Methodology in Language Teaching. Cambridge University Press. Chandler, Jean (2000). The efficacy of error correction for improvement in the accuracy

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Roberto Paura

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In recent years the simulation argument, namely, the idea that our reality is a kind of computer-generated simulation developed for hidden purposes, has acquired some credit and has been appropriated by the conspiracy culture, especially in the works of David Icke, author of paranoid bestsellers and known for his pseudo-theory about Reptilian aliens who secretly rule our world. To understand the reasons for the success of such an implausible pseudo-theory, it is necessary to analyze its genealogy inside popular culture. The methodological proposal underlying this paper is that the analysis of conspiracy theories and pseudo-scientific beliefs can benefit from the contribution of the history of ideas, which traditionally focuses on the reconstruction of the genealogy and the metamorphosis of unit-ideas over time and through different cultural levels. In this way, it is possible to shed light on the background and the peculiar rationality behind these pseudo-theories. The paper highlights New Age appropriation mechanisms of the theories of physicist David Bohm and neuropsychiatrist Karl Pribram (holographic principle), in particular through the pseudoscientific works of the McKenna Brothers (The Invisibile Landscape, 1975) and Michael Talbot (The Holographic Universe, 1991) as well as the impact of some sci-fi works based on the simulation argument, especially Philip K. Dick’s novels and The Matrix movie (1999), in exposing the paranoid and conspiracy implications of this argument. The paper also highlights the role of pseudo-scientific concepts as a characteristic aspect of contemporary superconspiracies, which in the age of rationalization and disenchantment seek to embrace a patina of science in order to be better accepted by the public. Wider application of this perspective to other cases of pseudo-scientific beliefs and contemporary conspiracy theories (e.g. flat Earth or chemtrails) could provide useful suggestions on the most effective way of counteracting them.

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Onoriu Colăcel

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