The Adjective as Ideology Indicator in Postwar School Grammars of the Greek Ethnic Minority Schools in Albania

Jani Jani

Abstract


This presentation aims to a primary approach to the role the postwar textbooks of grammar of the Greek language had and were intended for the National Greek Minority in Albania. We are not referring to grammar acknowledgement, but to the part of the education process that has to do with the conformation of children and the character formation of character and consciences. It is obvious that every educational system is part of an administrative state apparatus controlled by socio-political forces. So the new political system that was installed in the country after the 1945, settled as a key priority the conformation of the new man with communist ideals. These objectives were primarily reflected in textbooks. In our presentation we analyze the role of language structures in the implementation of this objective. Within the language structures and language options of speakers, various social or ideological messages are included. We focus our analysis on the "adjective", as we consider it to have largely registered the ideology of a society or a political system.

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