The rise and fall of modern Greek in Australia's universities what can a quantitative analysis tell us?
AuthorHajek, J; Nicholas, N
Source TitleArts and Humanities in Higher Education: an international journal of theory, research and practice
AffiliationLanguages and linguistics
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsHajek, J. & Nicholas, N. (2004). The rise and fall of modern Greek in Australia's universities what can a quantitative analysis tell us?. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 3 (2), pp.195-209. https://doi.org/10.1177/1474022204043172.
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<jats:p> In this article, we look at the state of Modern Greek in Australian universities, focusing on quantitative analysis of its rise and fall in the relatively short period of 35 years since it was first taught as a university subject in Australia. We consider the possible reasons behind this trajectory, in particular correlations with changing demography and a concomitant decline in the study of Greek in the secondary sector. We also ponder the future of Modern Greek in Australia’s tertiary system. </jats:p>
KeywordsCurriculum and Pedagogy
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