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Since the fall of communism politics in the Western world have become increasingly technical, pragmatic and divorced from the context of the classic ideas that. PDF | 5+ minutes read | The last decades have witnessed a steady increase in popular discontent with prevailing neoliberal approaches to. ogy of the future—futurology—and proposes acting in the present—handiness— to sketch an ideology of liber- ation. Instead of .. Microsoft.

Typical explanations of this current contradicatory situation highlight that anti-neoliberal movements are unwilling to commit to a policy programme, enact effective political tactics, or challenge state institutions. This book argues that a more deep-seated problem lies at the heart of these deficiencies: how the movement approaches the role of ideology in political action.

The dismissal of ideology has hindered the politics of resistance and it now becomes clear that a firm ideological vision is what activists urgently require to defy neoliberal domination. This book shows the useful nature of ideology, by exploring continuities between current anti-neoliberal positions and well-known past ideological arguments that changed the world.

We Are the 99 Percent But What Do We Want? Read more Read less 5 Reviews This illuminating and meticulous study explores a crucial political dynamic of recent decades. Please check your email for instructions on resetting your password. If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account.

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Andrew F. Please note that both authors contributed equally to this article, as such order of authorship is listed alphabetically. Search for more papers by this author. Roberto Corresponding Author E-mail address: Correspondence Katherine J.

First published: Read the full text. Tools Request permission Export citation Add to favorites Track citation. Thompson, Ed. Adamson, trans. Cambridge: Polity Press. Original work published in Chang, J. Globalization and English in Chinese higher education.

Past Articles & Monographs

World Englishes, 25 , — De Costa, P. The power of identity and ideology in language learning: Designer immigrants learning English in Singapore.

Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. Deng, Z.

Confucianism, modernization and Chinese pedagogy: An introduction. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 43 5 , — Confucianism, modernization and Chinese pedagogy Part Two : Continuing the conversation. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 46 3 , — Fang, F.

Review of English as a medium of instruction in Chinese universities today: Current trends and future directions. English Today. English Today, 33 1 , 19— Language Teaching Research. Galloway, G. Internationalisation, higher education and the growing demand for English: An investigation into the English medium of instruction EMI. London: British Council. Gao, Y. Sociocultural contexts and English in China: Retaining and reforming the cultural habitus.

Lo Bianco, J. Gao Eds. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. The study of English in China as a patriotic enterprise. World Englishes, 31 3 , — Relationship between English learning motivation types and self-identity changes among Chinese students. Translanguaging: Language, bilingualism and education. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Ge, C. Gil, J. The English language in Mainland China: A sociolinguistic profile.

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English Today, 20 2 , 26— Hu, G. The craze for English-medium education in China: Driving forces and looming consequences. English Today, 25 4 , 47— A public policy perspective on English medium instruction in China. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 31 4 , — English language education in East Asia: Some recent developments. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 33 4 , — English-medium instruction at a Chinese University: Rhetoric and reality.

Language Policy, 13, 21— Kachru, B. The other tongue: English across cultures. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

English as an Asian language. Kirkpatrick, A.

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English as a Lingua Franca in Asean. World Englishes, 21 2 , — Kubota, R.

Applied Linguistics, 37 4 , — Kumaravadivelu, B. The decolonial option in English Teaching: Can the subaltern act? Lam, A. Lantolf, J. Sociocultural theory and the genesis of second language development. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Lei, J. Li, W. Li, D. Improving the standards and promoting the use of English in Hong Kong: Issues, problems and prospects.

Liu, J. Perceptions, awareness and perceived effects of home culture on intercultural communication: Perspectives of university students in China.

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English Today, 23 1 , 61— Norton, B. Identity and language learning: Extending the conversation. Is English a threat to Chinese language and culture?Yang, C.

CE as a variety of English All the student respondents argued that CE should be regarded as a variety of English because, in particular, CE is a label that represents Chinese culture and linked to the glo- balization of English S4, S6. S3 expressed a concern that Chinese literacy education might be ignored if people over-emphasize English education in China. For example, S2 questioned the English- only policy and argued for a preference for bilingual education in certain contexts.

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, , 17, 15— Sawyer Eds. Culture and identity through English as a Lingua Franca. Studies focusing on EMI in the Chinese context have shown that some students see it as a necessity because they gain opportunities and improve their English proficiency through EMI.

Social learning and clinical psychology.