Lamy, Marie-Noëlle and Pegrum, Mark
Special Issue Commentary: Hegemonies in CALL.
Language Learning & Technology , 16(2) pp. 1–3.
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An assumption that the technologies, pedagogies, and sociocultural norms associated with CALL are universal has implicitly permeated much of the discipline’s research over the past two decades. The current special issue draws together critical perspectives that problematize the workings of hegemonies, examining their complex effects on language students, teachers, and classrooms in a variety of linguistic and cultural settings, and considering what it means to resist them. This thought-provoking and provocative collection of articles from a multicultural, multilingual group of contributors contrasts voices from the Anglosphere with voices from less well-served territories, ensuring a fruitful dialogue between them.
||2012 Language learning and Technology Journal
|External Project Funding Details:
|Funded Project Name||Project ID||Funding Body|
|Not Set||Not Set||National Foreign Language Resource Center, Hawaii, USA|
|Not Set||Not Set||Center for Language Education and Research, Michigan State University, USA|
||culture, computer-assisted learning, critical education
||Education and Language Studies > Languages
|Interdisciplinary Research Centre:
||Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology (CREET)
||14 Aug 2012 09:12
||25 Oct 2012 09:07
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