Reclaiming the Local in Language Policy and Practice

 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 15. Januar 2005
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  • 328 Seiten
 
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Offers a critical perspective on the implications of globalization for language practices and identity. Explores how the local is getting short changed and the ways the negotiation of the global can be conducted by taking greater account of the local and respecting its value and validity.
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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  • 4,77 MB
978-1-135-62350-0 (9781135623500)
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Contents: E. Hinkel, Series Editor Foreword. Preface. Introduction. Part I: Redefining Disciplinary Constructs. S. Canagarajah, Reconstructing Local Knowledge, Reconfiguring Language Studies. R.M. Bhatt, Expert Discourses, Local Practices, and Hybridity: The Case of Indian Englishes. D. Ryon, Language Death Studies and Local Knowledge: The Case of Cajun French. L.M.T. Menezes de Souza, The Ecology of Writing Among the Kashinawá: Indigenous Multimodality in Brazil. Part II: Interrogating Language Policies. K. Rajagopalan, The Language Issue in Brazil: When Local Knowledge Clashes With Expert Knowledge. M.K. David, S. Govindasamy, Negotiating a Language Policy for Malaysia: Local Demand for Affirmative Action Versus Challenges From Globalization. S. Utakis, M.D. Pita, An Educational Policy for Negotiating Transnationalism: The Dominican Community in New York City. Part III: Reframing Professional Lives. D. Block, Convergence and Resistance in the Construction of Personal and Professional Identities: Four French Modern Language Teachers in London. A. Lin, W. Wang, N. Akamatsu, M. Riazi, International TESOL Professionals and Teaching English for Globalized Communication (TEGCOM) Part IV: Imagining Classroom Possibilities. P. Martin, Talking Knowledge Into Being in an Upriver Primary School in Brunei. J.C.M. Luk, Voicing the "Self" Through an "Other" Language: Exploring Communicative Language Teaching for Global Communication. E. Mermann-Jozwiak, N. Sullivan, Local Knowledge and Global Citizenship: Languages and Literatures of the United States-Mexico Borderlands.
"While many of the ideas in this volume may not be new...the contributions offer new insight into these discussions and reemphasize the need for a paradigm shift within AL. The volume as a whole...paves the way for new platforms of research which will continue to take account of socially, culturally, historically, and intuitionally situated perspectives."
-Linguist List


"...this book identifies the urgent local concerns caused by the increasing linguistic and social homogeneity in the representation of literacy and expertise, and also brings to the foreground the rising issues of power inequality."
-TESL-EJ


"...the book contains many fine articles addressing a variety of critical, postcolonial and poststructural aspects of local language practices, and is a valuable resource for scholars in applied linguistics and related fields." -Journal of Language, Identity, and Education; 7: 161-168, 2008
 

"While many of the ideas in this volume may not be new...the contributions offer new insight into these discussions and reemphasize the need for a paradigm shift within AL. The volume as a whole...paves the way for new platforms of research which will continue to take account of socially, culturally, historically, and intuitionally situated perspectives."
-Linguist List


"...this book identifies the urgent local concerns caused by the increasing linguistic and social homogeneity in the representation of literacy and expertise, and also brings to the foreground the rising issues of power inequality."
-TESL-EJ


<em>"...the book contains many fine articles addressing a variety of critical, postcolonial and poststructural aspects of local language practices, and is a valuable resource for scholars in applied linguistics and related fields." -<strong>Journal of Language, Identity, and Education; 7: 161-168, 2008</strong></em>

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