Languages for Intercultural Communication and Education

 
Series Editors:
Michael Byram (University of Durham, UK)
Anthony J. Liddicoat (University of Warwick, UK)

The overall aim of this series is to publish books which ultimately inform learning and teaching, but whose primary focus is on the analysis of intercultural relationships, whether in textual form or in people's experience. There are also books which deal directly with pedagogy, with the relationships between language learning and cultural learning, between processes inside the classroom and beyond. They all have in common a concern with the relationship between language and culture, and the development of intercultural communicative competence.

A key purpose therefore is to encourage the study of languages and cultures in ways which can ultimately enrich practice. In this context, the series editors seek contributions to the series which reflect on the relationship between languages and intercultural communication and its implications for learning and teaching. In order to 'learn to live together' we need studies which analyse language and culture teaching itself: classroom processes, the inter-relationship between learning in the classroom and learning in a 'natural' environment, the effects on identity and self-understanding of language and culture learning. To complement established work on language acquisition, we need studies of 'culture acquisition' in pedagogical and in untutored, 'natural' surroundings. We also need studies from disciplines outside of education: from sociolinguistics, psychology, anthropology, ethnographies of communication, from literary, theatre and media studies where the prime focus is on how different people relate and communicate both within and out with the formal educational context.

All books in this series are externally peer-reviewed.

Proposals for the series are welcome and should be submitted to Anna Roderick. Please read our notes about how to submit a book proposal.

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Language in the Academy

Cultural Reflexivity and Intercultural Dynamics

Jacket Image For: Online Intercultural Exchange

Online Intercultural Exchange

An Introduction for Foreign Language Teachers

Jacket Image For: Deep Culture

Deep Culture

The Hidden Challenges of Global Living

Jacket Image For: Language and Culture Pedagogy

Language and Culture Pedagogy

From a National to a Transnational Paradigm

Jacket Image For: Education for Intercultural Citizenship

Education for Intercultural Citizenship

Concepts and Comparisons

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Living and Studying Abroad

Research and Practice

Jacket Image For: Language and Culture

Language and Culture

Global Flows and Local Complexity

Jacket Image For: Foreign Language Teachers and Intercultural Competence

Foreign Language Teachers and Intercultural Competence

An Investigation in 7 Countries of Foreign Language Teachers' Views and Teaching Practices

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Vernacular Palaver

Imaginations of the Local and Non-Native Languages in West Africa

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Audible Difference

ESL and Social Identities in Schools