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Title: Native-Speakerism and the Betrayal of the Native Speaker Teaching Professional
Authors: Rivers, Damian
Abstract: Within this chapter evidence of the rather paradoxical intersectionality of two -isms is shown whereby the ideology of native-speakerism, originally conceived to describe and diagnose a plethora of language-related prejudices, fails, and in doing so actively contributes to the perpetuation of another -ism, in this case linguicism, defined as “ideologies, structures and practices which are used to legitimate, effectuate, regulate and reproduce an unequal division of power and resources between groups which are defined on the basis of language” (Skutnabb-Kangas, 1988: 13).
Research Achievement Classification: 著書/Book
Type: Book
Peer Review: あり/yes
Solo/Joint Author(s): 単著/solo
Spage: 146
Epage: 172
Date: 2017
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