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Autor/inCook, William Robert Amilan
TitelA Tale of Two Cafés: Spatial Production as "De Facto" Language Policy
QuelleIn: Current Issues in Language Planning, 22 (2021) 5, S.535-552 (18 Seiten)
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ZusatzinformationORCID (Cook, William Robert Amilan)
Spracheenglisch
Dokumenttypgedruckt; online; Zeitschriftenaufsatz
ISSN1747-7506
DOI10.1080/14664208.2021.1884435
SchlagwörterLanguage Planning; Second Language Learning; Foreign Countries; Applied Linguistics; Sociolinguistics; Ethnography; Dining Facilities; Human Geography; Language Usage; Working Class; Racial Bias; Social Differences; Neighborhoods; Comparative Analysis; Advantaged; Ethnic Groups; Multilingualism; Migration; Urban Planning; Indians; United Arab Emirates
AbstractThis paper investigates the production of space and language policy in Ras Al Khaimah, a city in the United Arab Emirates. The paper builds on recent work in socio- and applied linguistics that has made use of sociospatial concepts from human geography. It argues that researchers should not only investigate space as a factor structuring language practices, but should also explore how space is produced and how this production generates de facto language policy (Shohamy, E. G. (2006). "Language policy: Hidden agendas and new approaches." Routledge). The paper draws on Lefebvre's [1991. "The production of space" (D. Nicholson-Smith, trans.). Basil Blackwell Ltd. (Original work published 1974)] spatial triad ("spatial practice," "representations of space," and "representational spaces") and utilizes ethnographic data to unpack the material, conceptual and symbolic production and maintenance of two Ras Al Khaimah cafés: a small café situated in a working-class South Asian part of the city and an upmarket café embedded in a semi-gated community for Western residents. It investigates how divergent "de facto" language policies emerge in each space from mechanisms of spatial production and explores how those mechanisms (and therefore the emergent language policies) are entangled with racism and socioeconomic inequality. (As Provided).
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Update2022/1/01
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