Language, Space and Power: A Critical Look at Bilingual Education by Samina Hadi-TabassumLanguage, Space and Power: A Critical Look at Bilingual Education by Samina Hadi-Tabassum

Language, Space and Power: A Critical Look at Bilingual Education

bySamina Hadi-Tabassum

Paperback | April 6, 2006

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Language, Space, and Power describes the sociolinguistic and sociocultural life of a Spanish-English dual language classroom in which attention is given to not only the language learning processes at hand but also to how race, ethnicity, and gender dynamics interact within the language acquisition process.
Samina Hadi-Tabassum received a doctorate degree from Columbia University and is currently an Assistant Professor at Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois. She is the director of the Bilingual and ESL Program. Her research interests include bilingual education, multicultural education, and linguistics.
Title:Language, Space and Power: A Critical Look at Bilingual EducationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 8.31 × 5.77 × 0.61 inPublished:April 6, 2006Publisher:Multilingual MattersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:185359878X

ISBN - 13:9781853598784

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Table of Contents

Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1. The Research Setting

Chapter 2. Language Space and Power: Examining Metalinguistic Conflicts Along the Borderlands

Chapter 3. The Cheers: The Ethics of Making Aesthetic Judgements

Chapter 4. Jack, Su Mama Y El Burro: The Performitivity of Race, Gender and Language in a Bilingual Play

Chapter 5. The Flow and Movement of Music: Appropriating the Third Space

Chapter 6. Conclusion: False Binaries and True Dialectics

References

Index

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The book makes an interesting and timely contribution to our understandings of linguistic inequalities and bilingual program implementation. This book points to exciting possibilities for collaborative research in the areas of learning theories, sociology and anthropology, political science, cognitive musicology, pedagogy, language acquisition, and neurological science. - Debbie Cole, University of Texas Pan American - Linguist List 18.258