Annotated Bibliography - Holliday, A. (2009). The role of...

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Holliday, A. (2009). The role of Culture in the English Language Education: Key Challenges. DOI: 10.1080/14708470902748814 As researched the English language is a lingua franca movement which means a variety of custom that generally refers to an overarching function of language. Thus, attempting to undo the supremacy of a native speaker model of English has therefore become implicated in a cultural struggle in what centre definition of language is accused of denying the voice of periphery. Messersmith, A.S., Keyton, J., Biesel, R.S. (2009). Teaching Organizational Culture Communication Teacher; Vol 23, Issue 2, p 81-86, 6p, 1 chart. DOI: 10.1080/17404620902779231 The study of culture is often reduced to the identification of artifacts, valves and assumptions. Further explanation and instruction are warranted if students are to understand the connection among these ideas as well why they are relevant to a communication course. Other
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Annotated Bibliography - Holliday, A. (2009). The role of...

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