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Title Native-speakerism in Japan : intergroup dynamics in foreign language education / Edited by Stephanie A. Houghton and Damian J. Rivers.

Published Bristol ; Buffalo : Multilingual Matters, 2013.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  418.0071052 NATI    AVAILABLE
 UniM Bail  418.0071052 NATI    AVAILABLE
Physical description x, 285 pages ; 22 cm.
Series Multilingual matters ; 151.
Multilingual matters (Series) ; 151.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 256-281) and index.
Contents pt. 1 Native-Speakerism: Shifting to a Postmodern Paradigm -- 1.̀Native Speaker' Teachers and Cultural Belief / Adrian Holliday -- pt. 2 ̀Native Speaker' Teachers in Workplace Conflict -- 2.(Dis)Integration of Mother Tongue Teachers in Italian Universities: Human Rights Abuses and the Quest for Equal Treatment in the European Single Market / David Petrie -- 3.Kumamoto General Union vs. the Prefectural University of Kumamoto: Reviewing the Decision Rendered by the Kumamoto District Court / Kirk Masden -- 4.The Overthrow of the Foreign Lecturer Position, and its Aftermath / Stephanie Ann Houghton -- 5.Institutionalized Native-Speakerism: Voices of Dissent and Acts of Resistance / Damian J. Rivers -- 6.Negotiating a Professional Identity: Non-Japanese Teachers of English in Pre-Tertiary Education in Japan / Joe Geluso -- 7.Forming Pathways of Belonging: Social Inclusion for Teachers Abroad / Joseph Falout --
Contents note continued: pt. 3 Employment Policies and Patterns in Japanese Tertiary and Secondary Education -- 8.Communicative English in Japan and ̀Native Speakers of English' / Ryoko Tsuneyoshi -- 9.Hiring Criteria for Japanese University English-Teaching Faculty / Blake E. Hayes -- 10.On the (Out)Skirts of TESOL Networks of Homophily: Substantive Citizenship in Japan / Salem Kim Hicks -- 11.The Construction of the ̀Native Speaker' in Japan's Educational Policies for TEFL / Kayoko Hashimoto -- 12.The Meaning of Japan's Role of Professional Foreigner / Evan Heimlich -- pt. 4 Native-Speakerism as a Multi-Faceted and Contemporary Social Phenomenon -- 13.Scrutinizing the Native Speaker as Referent, Entity and Project / Glenn Toh -- 14.Racialized Native Speakers: Voices of Japanese American English Language Professionals / Donna Fujimoto -- 15.Native-Speakerism through English-Only Policies: Teachers, Students and the Changing Face of Japan / Jennifer Yphantides --
Contents note continued: pt. 5 Native-Speakerism from Socio-Historical Viewpoints -- 16.Changing Perceptions? A Variationist Sociolinguistic Perspective on Native Speaker Ideologies and Standard English in Japan / Robert M. McKenzie -- 17.Ideologies of Nativism and Linguistic Globalization / Philip Seargeant -- 18.The Native Speaker Language Teacher: Through Time and Space / Martine Derivry-Plard.
Other author Houghton, Stephanie, 1969-
Rivers, Damian J.
Subject Language teaching, a scheme for teacher education -- Japan.
Linguistic informants -- Japan.
Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- Japan.
Second language acquisition -- Japan.
Linguistics -- Study and teaching -- Japan.
Japan -- Languages.
ISBN 9781847698698 (hbk : alk. paper)
9781847698681 (paperback: alk. paper)
9781847698704 (ebook)