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Isms in language education : oppression, intersectionality and emancipation / edited by Damian J. Rivers, Karin Zotzmann.

Publication:
Boston ; Berlin : Walter de Gruyter, Inc., [2017]
Format/Description:
Book
xii, 269 pages ; 24 cm.
Series:
Language and social life (Mouton de Gruyter); v. 11.
Language and Social Life ; volume 11
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Subjects:
Second language acquisition -- Social aspects.
Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers.
Language and culture.
Contents:
Karin Zotzmann and Damian J. Rivers: Introduction: bringing the ISMs into focus
Cynthia D. Nelson: The -isms as interpretive prisms: a pedagogically useful concept
Karin Zotzmann: Intersectionality from a critical realist perspective: a case study of Mexican teachers of English
Ursula Lanvers: Elitism in language learning in the UK
Damian J. Rivers: Native-speakerism and the betrayal of the native speaker language-teaching professional
Rodrigo Joseph Rodríguez: Against ethnocentrism and toward translanguaging in literacy and English education
Olga Campbell-Thomson: Cutting across the ideological split of capitalism/communism: Shcherba's insights on foreign language education
Sardar M. Anwaruddin: Methodism versus teacher agency in TESOL
Gregorio Hernandez-Zamora: Academicism in language: a Shelob's web that devours and kills from inside
Seyyed-Abdolhamid Mirhosseini: Scientism as a linchpin of oppressing isms in language education research
Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta: Languaging and isms of reinforced boundaries across settings: multidisciplinary ethnographical explorations
David Rhodes: Heterosexism: A pedagogy of homophobic oppression
Roslyn Appleby: Occidental romanticism and English language education.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Rivers, Damian J., editor.
Zotzmann, Karin, editor.
ISBN:
9781501510823
1501510827
OCLC:
1011553409