1 edition of Englishization in Asia found in the catalog.
Englishization in Asia
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Kwok-kan Tam|
|LC Classifications||PE3501 .E64 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 223 p. :|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||2011467439|
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Englishization in Asia: Language and Cultural Issues includes a collection of papers which examine the ways in which 'Englishization, the impact of English, has shaped language, culture and identity in Asia, with a particular focus on China, Hong Kong SAR, Malaysia, Singapore and evenousaccess.com: Kwok-kan Tam.
Englishization as an aspects of building Singapore identity / Lian-Hee Wee Englishization of higher education in Asia: a sociological enquiry / Kosaku Yoshino Englishization through world English as a cultural commodity: literacy practices in global Malaysian higher education / Koo Yew Lie Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
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A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. The volume, Asian Englishes: Beyond the Canon, contextualizes selected dimensions of world Englishes in Asia’s Anglophone evenousaccess.com ten chapters that follow bring together various perspectives on functions, creativity, canonicity, attitudes and pedagogy.
Jan 01, · Berkeley Electronic Press Selected Works. A linguistically and culturally diversified arts scene, which is coming to be recognized as a feature of contemporary Hong Kong, is something people rather take for granted in the city. This paper argues that Englishization must be understood as the combined processes of Anglicization and Indigenization.
In Anglicization, non-English elements are made English-like while in Author: Lian-Hee Wee. Englishization: Asia and beyond Introduction The focus of this chapter is on one of the two Janus-like faces of language contact situations involving English and other languages termed ENGLISHIZATION.
This is an aspect that has received considerable attention in recent years (e.g. see Viereck and Bald,for references). The other faceCited by: This book provides crucial reading for students and researchers of world Englishes.
It is an insightful and provocative study of the forms and functions of English in Asia, its acculturation and nativization, and the innovative dimensions of Asian evenousaccess.com by: About This Book This volume includes a collection of papers which examine the ways in which "Englishization", the impact of English, has shaped language, culture and identity in Asia with a particular focus on China, Hong Kong SAR, Malaysia, Singapore and Japan.
The volume, Asian Englishes: Beyond the Canon, contextualizes selected dimensions of world Englishes in Asia's Anglophone evenousaccess.com ten chapters that follow bring together various perspectives on functions, creativity, canonicity, attitudes and pedagogy. Jul 30, · From July 1, however, the Englishnization of all company meetings, documents and other communications became mandatory.
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In the region, English can be classified into two groups: as a second language in the countries that were once colonies or protectorates of an English-speaking power (Malaysia,Author: Phuong Tra Vu. Jan 26, · Taking up the case of Malaysia as a regional hub for higher education, this essay explores how the "Englishization" of higher education in Malaysia has affected the flow of movement of students from Asia and other regions of the world to their destinations of study.
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Nov 23, · In East and Southeast Asia English plays a major role in the region as a lingua franca of the political elite and the Association of Southast Asian Nations. It is also used as a lingua franca Author: Guardian Staff.
Research output: Book/Report › Book Abstract In this paper, I shall first review the rapidly increasing role(s) English is playing in higher education in both Europe and Asia, and argue that the shift to English is threatening the role and status of other languages, and scholarship in languages other than English.
at our conceptualization of world Englishes in Asia — or what may be called the world of Asian Englishes. The title ‘Asian Englishes’ is intended to alter and relocate the focus of our ongoing debate on this linguistic icon. The English language is generally discussed as a language that is in Asia, but not of Asia.
This perception raises.Asia from both linguistic and literary perspectives. Volumes in this series reflect A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.
Englishization: Asia and beyond 99 Introduction 99 The spheres of Englishization Deficit versus dominance hypothesis Exponents of Englishization Mar 16, · Yuki Wachi and her husband cannot speak English, but they send their five-year-old daughter Tamami to a preschool where English is the primary language of instruction.
Once Tamami finishes kindergarten and enters the Japanese public school system, Wachi and her husband will commit an additional ¥, per month to after Reviews: