ERIC Number: ED481306
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002
Reference Count: N/A
Englishes in Asia: Communication, Identity, Power and Education.
Kirkpatrick, Andy, Ed.
This collection of papers comprises proceedings from the 5th English in South East Asia Conference, held in December 2000 at Curtin University of Technology in Perth. The 19 papers include the following: (1) "Global English and Local Language Policies" (Robert Phillipson); (2) "Hong Kong Parents' Preference for English-Medium Education: Passive Victims of Imperialism or Active Agents of Pragmatism?" (David Li); (3) "Implications of the Recommendation that English Become the Second Official Language in Japan" (Kayako Hashimoto); (4) "Culture and Identity in the English Discourses of Mayalsians" (Azirah Mashim); (5) "Englishization and Nativization Processes in the Context of Brunei Darussalam: Evidence for and Against" (Hajaj Rosnah Haji Ramly, Noor Azam Haji Othman, and James McLellan); (6) "Kissing Cousins? The Relationship between English and Tok Pisin in Papua New Guinea" (Geoff Smith); (7) "Chaos in Aboriginal English Discourse" (Farzad Sharifian); (8) "Language, Literature and Culture--and Their Meeting Place in the Dictionary" (Susan Butler); (9) "Even Obituaries Reflect Cultural Norms and Values" (Maya Khemlani David and Janet Y. Yong); (10) "Recent Research into the Pronunciation of Singapore English" (Low Ee Ling and David Deterding); (11) "Languages in Contact: Hong Kong English Phonology and the Influence of Cantonese" (Tony Hung); (12) "Canon and Pedagogy: The Role of American Colonial Education and Defining Standards for Philippine Literature" (Isabel Pefianco Martin); (13) "ASEAN and Asian Cultures and Models: Implications for The ELT Curriculum and for Teacher Education" (Andy Kirkpatrick); (14) "From TEFL to TEIL: Changes in Perceptions and Practices: Teaching English as an International Language in Chinese Universities" (Xy Zhichang); (15) "Reflective Discourse in Teacher Education in Brunei Darussalam" (David Lochmohr Prescott); (16) "Alternative English: Vernacular Oral Art among Aboriginal Youth" (Ian Malcom); (17) "A Study of the Language of Pre-School Malaysian Children" (Kow Yip Cheng); (18) "Communication Behaviours of EFL Learners in a Native English-Speaker Teacher's Class: A Case in Hong Kong" (Jasmine Luk); and (19) "Multilingual Practices in Rural Malaysia and Their Impact on English Language Learning in Rural Education" (Hazita Azman). (Papers contain references.) (SM)
Descriptors: Cantonese, Cultural Differences, Cultural Influences, Elementary Secondary Education, English (Second Language), Ethnicity, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Indigenous Populations, Language of Instruction, Language Teachers, Literature, Official Languages, Power Structure, Preschool Children, Preservice Teacher Education, Rural Schools, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Learning
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Identifiers - Location: Brunei; Hong Kong; Japan; Malaysia; Papua New Guinea; Singapore