“How do we understand relations between language and power? How can people resist power in and through language? How do we understand questions of difference in relation to language, education, or literacy? How does ideology operate in relation to discourse? The following chapters, therefore, deal with the politics of knowledge, the politics of language, the politics of texts, the politics of pedagogy, and the politics of difference.”

Critical Applied Linguistics (Alastair Pennycook)



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