THE ROLE OF PROVERBS IN FORMING INTERCULTURAL AWARENESS (ON THE BASIS OF TEACHING ENGLISH, GEORGIAN AND TURKISH LANGUAGES) – Ph. D. THESIS REVIEW FOR: HALİS GÖZPINAR

Wolfgang Mieder

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It is indeed with much pleasure and considerable excitement that I submit this highly positive review of Halis Gözpinar’s magisterial dissertation The Role of Proverbs in Forming Intercultural Awareness (On the Basis of Teaching English, Georgian and Turkish Languages) that he has submitted to the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University in distant Georgia. I have shown his work to two of my colleagues in the Faculty of Education here at the University of Vermont, and I am happy to report that they are deeply impressed with this scholarly achievement, and they join me in my laudatory evaluation that is to follow here.

 

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proverbs, intercultural awareness, Turkish, Georgian, English

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