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100 1 _aSeargeant, Philip
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245 1 0 _aExploring world Englishes :
_blanguage in a global context
_c/ Philip Seargeant.
260 _aLondon ;
_aNew York :
_bRoutledge/Taylor & Francis Group,
_c2012.
300 _axi, 218 p. :
_bill.
303 _a1
490 1 _aRoutledge introductions to applied linguistics
505 0 _aSection A. Problems and contexts. 1, Introduction: defining and identifying problems. 2, English in the world today. 3, The context and history of world Englishes. 4, Problems for practitioners in world Englishes -- Section B. Interventions. 5, Introduction: regulating and responding to the language. 6, The global language paradigm. 7, Codification and legitimation. 8, Policies and cultural practices -- Section C. Theory. 9, Introduction: generalising about the specific. 10, World Englishes as an academic discipline. 11, English as an object of study. 12, Models and theoretical frameworks. 13, Naming and describing the English language. 14, Conclusion: the state of the discipline.
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_xGlobalization
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_xVariation
_zEnglish-speaking countries
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_xVariation
_zForeign countries
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_aIntercultural communication
830 _aRoutledge introductions to applied linguistics
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