publication . Article . 2015

Critical Applied Linguistics: An Evaluative Interdisciplinary Approach in Criticism and Evaluation of Applied Linguistics’ Disciplines

H. Davari;
Open Access Persian
  • Published: 01 Nov 2015 Journal: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities (issn: 2008-4641, eissn: 2008-4846, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Iranian Institute for Social and Cultural Studies
Abstract
The emergence of some significant critical approaches and directions in the field of applied linguistics from the mid-1980s onwards has met with various positive and opposite reactions. On the basis of their strength and significance, such approaches and directions have challenged some of the mainstream approaches’ claims, principles and assumptions. Among them, critical applied linguistics can be highlighted as a new approach, developed by the Australian applied linguist, Alastair Pennycook. The aspects, domains and concerns of this new approach were introduced in his book in 2001. Due to the undeniable importance of this approach, as well as partial negligence...
Subjects
free text keywords: Critical applied linguistics, interdisciplinary approach, evaluation, English language education, language policy, Social sciences (General), H1-99
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