Second language communication strategies (L2 CS) have been studied
with two contrasting approaches - sociolinguistic and
psycholinguistic perspectives. Distinction on the adopted framework
has also led to differences in research methodologies and analysis
of data. Regardless of the differences, the two groups seem to
agree that consciousness, problematicity and oral discourse are
three key elements of L2 CS. Both frameworks are also of the same
understanding that tasks influence the choices of the strategies.
The use of cultural notions in the study of L2 CS is not only
something of interest for the researcher but also still lack of
investigation in the field. In light of this, the study is aimed to
investigate the kinds of strategies that Indonesian EFL speakers
will utilise when dealing with specific cultural topics to a native
speaker of English who is of different linguistic background and
has no cultural knowledge on the target items. The findings of such
study are expected to give references on the learners'
communication competence and should particularly be useful for
teachers, researchers, school administrators and anyone interested
to learn a second language.
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