Uncover how language use is influenced by different socio-cultural, geographical, political and contextual factors. Work towards understanding the contribution that socio-linguistic theories have made to language learning and teaching
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This subject examines how language use is influenced by different socio-cultural, geographical, political and contextual factors. It examines the contribution of socio-linguistic theories to approaches to language teaching and learning.
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