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The claim that “English belongs to everyone who uses it” has continued to gain more and more cultural cache, at least in global (English) academic circles. On the surface, the claim that “English belongs to everyone who uses it” makes … Continue reading →... Read more »
Demont-Heinrich, C. (2008) The Death of Cultural Imperialism -- and Power Too?: A Critical Analysis of American Prestige Press Representations of the Hegemony of English. International Communication Gazette, 70(5), 378-394. DOI: 10.1177/1748048508094289
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