Critical Applied Linguistics: A Critical Introduction
This accessible guide and introduction to critical applied linguistics provides a clear overview, highlighting problems, debates, and competing views in language education, literacy, discourse analysis, language in the workplace, translation and other language-related domains. Covering both critical theory and domains of practice, the book is organized around five themes: the politics of knowledge, the politics of language, the politics of texts, the politics of pedagogy, and the politics of difference. It is an important text for anyone involved in applied linguistics, TESOL, language education, or other language-related fields.
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Chapter 1 Introducing Critical Applied Linguistics
Chapter 2 The Politics of Knowledge
Chapter 3 The Politics of Language
Chapter 4 The Politics of Text
Chapter 5 The Politics of Pedagogy
Chapter 6 The Politics of Difference
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