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Love, Stephanie V. – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2019
In the mid-20th century, as the global colonial order collapsed, language and education were two of the most affectively, politically, and economically challenging domains of decolonization efforts. "Parler Algérien" (Speak Algerian), an experimental method for the teaching and learning of Darija (Algerian vernacular Arabic), created by…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Semitic Languages, Dialects, Foreign Policy
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Ahn, Elise S. – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2019
In 1937, Soviet Koreans from the Far East were forcibly relocated by Stalin to Central Asia. This narrative of expulsion and deportation is used to explain the residence of Koreans in present-day Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and the Kyrgyz Republic. First, this article maps out the historical backdrop that has broadly shaped the Kazakhstani Korean…
Descriptors: Korean, Migration, History, Immigrants
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Paiz, Joshua M. – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2019
Before the social turn in applied linguistics, English language teaching (ELT) was a presumably monosexual world. One where all its participants were presumed to be straight until, and even if, proven otherwise. The social turn brought with it a small but growing body of queer applied linguistics literature that has led to the troubling of the…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, LGBTQ People, Second Language Instruction, English Language Learners
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García, Ofelia – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2017
Translanguaging pedagogies are considered here as mechanisms that work against the normalizing ideology of monolingual and monoglossic school language. In so doing, we consider how this restrictive view of school language and of language education policy has served to minoritize bilingual students and act as an instrument to exert…
Descriptors: Multilingualism, Code Switching (Language), Self Concept, Second Language Learning
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Eckert, Eva – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2017
This article draws attention to the role one's language plays in socialization and explains the misunderstandings and conflicts over integration of the Roma in the Czech Republic. Recognizing the role of home language leads to successful socialization. By not demanding that schools account for home language in the process of teaching, the Roma…
Descriptors: Minority Groups, Standard Spoken Usage, North American English, Black Dialects
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Lo-Philip, Stephanie Wing Yan; Park, Joseph Sung-Yul – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2015
In any language education program, there are both commonalities and divergences in the ways in which students negotiate and form their identities. While work on bilingual education has revealed important similarities that students come to share, fewer studies have focused on explaining variation. In this paper, we explore individual differences by…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Mandarin Chinese, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Vandrick, Stephanie – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2014
English language educators are often advocates for social justice and often focus on learners' identities, such as their race, gender, and ethnicity; however, they tend not to employ a social class lens in analyzing students, teachers, classrooms, and institutions. Yet social class plays a significant, if unacknowledged, role in the field.…
Descriptors: Role, Social Class, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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King, Kendall A.; Hermes, Mary – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2014
This paper describes 3 language learning approaches common in many urban and rural Ojibwe communities, as well as the ideologies of endangerment that drive and sustain them. Drawing from collaborative language revitalization work with teachers, learners, and community leaders, we analyze some of the teaching and learning practices that lead to the…
Descriptors: American Indian Languages, Language Maintenance, Teaching Methods, Language Attitudes
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Gao, Feng – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2014
This article first looks at the complex conceptualization of Chinese learners' social-class identities with respect to a shifting Chinese class stratification. It then examines the link between social class and second-language learning in the Chinese context by reviewing several studies on Chinese learners' social-class backgrounds and their…
Descriptors: Social Class, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Foreign Countries
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Shin, Hyunjung – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2014
In this article, I draw on Bourdieu's (1984, 1991) notion of "habitus" in order to explore the relationship between social class, language learning, and language teaching in the context of the global economy. To illustrate my points, I use "Early Study Abroad" (ESA), the transnational educational migration that Korean…
Descriptors: Social Capital, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Study Abroad
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López-Gopar, Mario E.; Sughrua, William – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2014
This article explores social class in English-language education in Oaxaca, Mexico. To this end, first, we discuss social class in Mexico as related to coloniality; second, for illustration, the paper presents the authors' own social-class analysis as language educators in Oaxaca; third, we discuss how social class impacts English education…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mexicans, Social Class, Second Language Learning
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Darvin, Ron; Norton, Bonny – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2014
A necessary component of the neoliberal mechanisms of globalization, migration addresses the economic and labor needs of postindustrial countries while producing new modes of social fragmentation and inequality (Crompton, 2008). As migrant students insert themselves into segmented spaces, their countries of origin are themselves implicated in a…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Social Class, Immigrants, Self Concept
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Inukai, Nozomi – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2013
The only available English translation of Makiguchi Tsunesaburo's most characteristic work, "Soka Kyoikugaku Taikei" ("The System of Value-Creating Pedagogy"; 1930-1934), was published as "Education for Creative Living" in 1989 with Alfred Birnbaum as the translator and Dayle M. Bethel as the editor. "Education for Creative Living", not…
Descriptors: Citations (References), Translation, Primary Sources, Japanese
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Goulah, Jason – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2013
In this article, the author examines Makiguchi Tsunesaburo's philosophy and practice of human geography ("jinsei chirigaku"), community studies ("kyodoka"), and composition instruction based on "value-creating pedagogy" ("soka kyoikugaku") for thinking through and responding to two competing trends…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Human Geography, Foreign Countries, Educational Philosophy
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Rata, Elizabeth; Tamati, Tauwehe – Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2013
An ambivalence characterising the provision of English language instruction in New Zealand's Maori schools is traced to the establishment of the schools in the recent period of biculturalism and retribalisation, and to the role of the schools in indigenous ideology. The article discusses the effects of the ambivalence on English language provision…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Ethnic Groups, Pacific Islanders, English (Second Language)
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