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Isms in language education: oppression, intersectionality and emancipation

Isms in language education: oppression, intersectionality and emancipation
Isms in language education: oppression, intersectionality and emancipation
This volume develops a comprehensive understanding of the manner in which dominant/emergent ideologies, discourses and social structures impact language education. The 17 chapters analyze the complex social dynamics of "isms" within language education and detail how such dynamics influence language education pedagogies and practices, institutional policies, intergroup subjectivities in addition to language proficiency achievements.
De Gruyter
Rivers, Damian
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Zotzmann, Karin
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Rivers, Damian
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Zotzmann, Karin
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Rivers, Damian and Zotzmann, Karin (eds.) (2017) Isms in language education: oppression, intersectionality and emancipation, Berlin, DE, De Gruyter, 300pp.

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This volume develops a comprehensive understanding of the manner in which dominant/emergent ideologies, discourses and social structures impact language education. The 17 chapters analyze the complex social dynamics of "isms" within language education and detail how such dynamics influence language education pedagogies and practices, institutional policies, intergroup subjectivities in addition to language proficiency achievements.

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Published date: October 2017
Organisations: Modern Languages

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Local EPrints ID: 390827
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/390827
PURE UUID: 2c9f9967-2667-4fdc-946d-661d4f39a084

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Date deposited: 05 Apr 2016 12:56
Last modified: 24 Jul 2017 16:38

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Editor: Damian Rivers
Editor: Karin Zotzmann

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