Impact of English Learning on National Identification of Mongolian English Majors’ in Universities for Nationalities: A Case Study of Inner Mongolia University for the Nationalities

Ji'nan JIA

Abstract


This research investigated the national identification of Mongolian English majors, the effects of English learning on national identification and the reasons. The survey has showed that: Overall, mother-tongue identification of Mongolian English majors in Universities for Nationalities is relatively high, but it has dropped a lot compared with that in the past. Meanwhile, these students had a low recognition mainly in the social and cultural aspect, followed by the material and spiritual aspects; and this result relates to content of English teaching, learning motivation and learning time.

Keywords


Mongolian English majors; English learning; National identification

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.sll.1923156320140801.4149

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