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Learners are socially integrated with the TL group and develop sufficient contacts with TL speakers to enable them to acquire the target language. Learners consciously or unconsciously desire to adopt the life style and values of the TL group. Acculturation Factors Social Factors Affective factors psychological variables Dominance, Non-dominance, subordination, assimilation, acculturation, preservation, cohesiveness, attitude, intended length of the residence of TL area.

Language shock, culture shock, motivation, ego- permeability 7. Social Dominance Social Dominance is simply defined as one culture is on a higher hierarchy. The much superior hierarchy greatly influences the much inferior culture. Spain is more dominant than the Philippines. Social dominance pattern French colonists in Tunisia were potential learner of Arabic. But as a group the French were politically, culturally, technically and economically much more dominant and superior to the Tunisian and felt little need to acquire Arabic.

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Acculturation Model

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Schumann's Acculturation Model

In second-language acquisition , the Acculturation Model is a theory proposed by John Schumann to describe the acquisition process of a second language L2 by members of ethnic minorities [1] that typically include immigrants, migrant workers, or the children of such groups. The process of acculturation was defined by Brown as "the process of being adapted to a new culture" which involves a new orientation of thinking and feeling on the part of an L2 learner. Schumann based his Acculturation Model on two sets of factors: social and psychological. Schumann asserts that the degree to which the second-language learners acculturate themselves towards the culture of target-language TL group generally depends on social and psychological factors; and these two sorts of factors will determine respectively the level of social distance and psychological distance an L2 learner is having in course of his learning the target-language.

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