Covering a wide range of areas including international politics, colonial history, critical pedagogy, postcolonial literature and applied linguistics, this book examines ways to understand the cultural and political implications of the global spread of English. Including a useful mixture of theory, research and practice, this will be of use to advanced students of education, English and applied linguistics, for courses on teaching second languages, critical pedagogy, comparative education and world Englishes. It will also be of interest to students of postcolonial literature and international relations.Indian programmes are limited to the news in Tamil on TV2 at 5.30 every evening , plus occasional films (Tamil or Hindi); Chinese ... any means all, as was the case when Citravelu did her survey), and religious programmes, especially on Fridays, making up quite a large percentage. ... To take a few examples from the week under review: Tuesday 19 February saw the debut of Americaa#39;s Funniest Homeanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Cultural Politics of English as an International Language|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-06-03|