Browsing Faculty of Humanities by Subject "Language policy in education – South Africa"

Browsing Faculty of Humanities by Subject "Language policy in education – South Africa"

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  • Janks, Hilary (2004)
    Because English is a dominant world language, access to English provides students with ‘linguistic capital’. Bourdieu’s theory of the linguistic market (1991) has important consequences for the teaching of a powerful ...

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