OUP Oxford, 1992 - 365 Seiten
This book explores the contemporary phenomenon of English as an international language, and sets out to analyse how and why the language has become so dominant. It looks at the spread of English historically, at the role it plays in Third World countries, and at the ideologies transmitted through the English language.
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Taking stock of a world commodity
English the dominant language
Earlier work relevant to linguistic imperialism
The colonial linguistic inheritance
British and American promotion of English
the structure and tenets of
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academic activities African American analysis applied linguistics arguments attempt bilingual Britain British Council Centre Chapter colonial communication concerned conference context contribute countries cultural dominant dominant language economic effect efforts English English language established European experience fact factors Ford Foundation foreign language Foundation French functions funds goals ibid ideas ideological important increased indigenous influence instance institutions interests involved issues language planning language teaching learning legitimate linguistic imperialism major Makerere materials means medium minority monolingual mother tongue multilingual native needs norms official operation organization overseas Periphery political position practice present problems professional projects promotion question refers regarded relation relevant result role second language seen serve social society speakers spread structure SWAPO teachers tenet term theoretical theory University values western