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|Children’s Story Books: Introducing Cultural Hybridity, Shaping Intercultural Sensitivity for Foreign Language Young Learners (An Observation to Gramedia Books in 2017)
|Maru, Mister Gideon
Liando, Nihta V. F
|Children’s book story, hybridity, intercultural competence, young learners
|1st International Conference on Social Sciences (ICSS 2018);Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research, volume 226
|This paper intends to share the potential of the children’s story book in introducing cultural hybridity and shaping intercultural competence for young learners. By grounding upon the data obtained from observing the children’s book stories published by Gramedia and sold in its book store, it is found that shaping of the early. It is found that the aspects related to the words used in the story, setting used, characters’ attributes and subject matters of the story may contribute to the encounters and interactions of Indonesian children, in this case considered as foreign language young learners, with foreign cultures which mark the opportunities in early engaging with hybridity, and later shaping early intercultural sensitivity.
|ISSN 2352-5398 ISBN 978-94-6252-588-7
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|Lecturer Scientific Papers
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