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'English as the Second Official Language of Japan?': Globalization, Hegemony of English, and Japanese National Identity
Unformatted Document Text:  English as the second official language 34 Kachuru, B. B. (1984). The alchemy of English: Social and functional power of non-native varieties. In C. Kramarae, M. Schulz, & W. M. O’Barr (Eds.), Language and power (pp. 176-193). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Kaplan, R. B. (2001). English—the accidental language of science. In U. Ammon (Ed.), The dominance of English as a language of science (pp. 3-26). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Kelly, P. (1999). The geographies and politics of globalization. Progress in human geography, 23(3), 379-400. Jackson Lears, T. J. (1985). The concept of cultural hegemony: Problems and possibilities. American Historical Review, 90(3), 567-93. McConnell, G. D. (2001). The expansion of English as a language of science and communcication: East and Southeast Asia. In U. Ammon (Ed.), The dominance of English as a language of science (pp. 113-136). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). (January, 2001). Eigo shidou houhou tou kaizen no suishin ni kansuru kondankai houkoku [A report on improvement of English language education]. Retrieved March 13, 2002, from http://www.mext.go.jp/a_menu/shotou/houdou/13/01/010110b.htm. Miller, D. (1995). On nationality. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Okabe, K. (1987). Indirect speech acts of the Japanese. In D. L. Kincaid (Ed.), Communication theory: Eastern and Western perspectives (pp. 127-136). San Diego, CA: Academic Press/ Papapavlou, A. N. (2001). Linguistic imperialism?: The status of English in Cyprus. Language Problems and Language Planning, 25(2), 167-176. Parmenter, L. (1999). Constructing national identity in a changing world: Perspectives in Japanese education. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 20(4), 453-463. Pennycook, A. (1994). Cultural politics of English as an international language. London:

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English as the second official language 34
Kachuru, B. B. (1984). The alchemy of English: Social and functional power of non-native
varieties. In C. Kramarae, M. Schulz, & W. M. O’Barr (Eds.), Language and power (pp.
176-193). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Kaplan, R. B. (2001). English—the accidental language of science. In U. Ammon (Ed.), The
dominance of English as a language of science (pp. 3-26). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Kelly, P. (1999). The geographies and politics of globalization. Progress in human geography,
23(3), 379-400.
Jackson Lears, T. J. (1985). The concept of cultural hegemony: Problems and possibilities.
American Historical Review, 90(3), 567-93.
McConnell, G. D. (2001). The expansion of English as a language of science and
communcication: East and Southeast Asia. In U. Ammon (Ed.), The dominance of
English as a language of science (pp. 113-136). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). (January, 2001). Eigo
shidou houhou tou kaizen no suishin ni kansuru kondankai houkoku [A report on
improvement of English language education]. Retrieved March 13, 2002, from
http://www.mext.go.jp/a_menu/shotou/houdou/13/01/010110b.htm.
Miller, D. (1995). On nationality. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Okabe, K. (1987). Indirect speech acts of the Japanese. In D. L. Kincaid (Ed.), Communication
theory: Eastern and Western perspectives (pp. 127-136). San Diego, CA: Academic
Press/
Papapavlou, A. N. (2001). Linguistic imperialism?: The status of English in Cyprus. Language
Problems and Language Planning, 25(2), 167-176.
Parmenter, L. (1999). Constructing national identity in a changing world: Perspectives in
Japanese education. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 20(4), 453-463.
Pennycook, A. (1994). Cultural politics of English as an international language. London:


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