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タイトル: Speakerhood as Segregation: The Construction and Consequence of Divisive Discourse in TESOL
著者: Rivers, Damian
アブストラクト: This chapter revisits the issue of status drawn from categorization as either a native-speaker teacher of English or as a non-native-speaker teacher of English in TESOL. It remains that despite various discussions being heard (see Aneja, 2016a/b; Aslan and Thompson, 2016; Cook, 2016; Ellis, 2016; Faez, 2011; Swan et al., 2015), nothing seems to change. Language teachers, researchers and academics appear content with performing discursive routines which produce outcomes so predictable that it is as if those discussions never actually took place (see Kandiah, 1998). Our profession persists in orienting itself toward upholding the division of teaching professionals primarily upon status criteria derived from the idea of the native speaker as the authentic language user and proprietor. Discontent with the current situation, the circular discourse it encourages and the endless stimulation of guilt and shame it provokes, this chapter outlines how individuals on both sides of the fracture attain status privilege and suffer status marginalization through the strategic positioning of their fabricated counterpart. It suggests that the dynamics responsible follow a pendulum-like motion whereby for one group to attain a higher status (privilege) the other group must, as a consequence, be portrayed in a manner that inflicts upon them a lower status (marginalization).
研究業績種別: 著書/Book
資料種別: Book
査読有無: あり/yes
単著共著: 単著/solo
開始ページ: 195
終了ページ: 215
年月日: 2018年4月
出版社: Springer





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