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Plurality of Linguistic Communication as Revealed by Media Studies and a Social Differentiation Theory
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NDC
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abstract
With the use of unanalyzed terms, discourse on English Language Teaching in Japan is often too simplistic. The current paper examines media studies and sociological studies to establish an analytical framework for the discourse on ELT. Media studies provide six stages of language use: primary orality; proto-writing literacy; manuscript literacy; print literacy; second orality; and multitude-media literacy. Luhman's sociological theory distinguishes four types of differentiation: segmentary; center-periphery; stratificactory; and functionary. The use of English in the contemporary world is directed toward multitude-media literacy, which is based on print literacy and second orality, and furthermore functionally differentiated. ELT must reflect these features of language use.
journal title
CASELE research bulletin
issue
Issue 41
start page
31
end page
40
date of issued
2011-03-31
publisher
中国地区英語教育学会
issn
0385-1192
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language
jpn
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Journal Article
HU type
Journal Articles
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application/pdf
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本論文の著作権は中国地区英語教育学会に属する
department
Graduate School of Education