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Language Learners as Ethnographers. Modern Languages in Practice 16
This book describes a new approach to teaching and learning cultural studies. Borrowing the idea of ethnography from anthropologists, it argues that language students can be taught methods for investigating the cultural and social patterns of interaction and the values and beliefs that account for them.
Author/Creator: Roberts, Celia, Byram, Michael, Barro, Ana, Jordan, Shirley, Street, Brian
Author's address: Multilingual Matters Ltd., UTP, 2250 Military Road, Tonawanda, NY 14150 ($39.95). Web site: www.multilingual-matters.com.
Date Published: 00-00
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