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Logos (La Serena)

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RUEDA GARCIA, Zulma Xiomara  y  ATIENZA CEREZO, Encarna. ¿Quiénes son los anglohablantes no-nativos? Un Análisis Crítico del Discurso de libros de texto ELT de distribución global. Logos [online]. 2020, vol.30, n.2, pp.281-296. ISSN 0716-7520.  http://dx.doi.org/10.15443/rl3022.

As the demand for English language skills among non-native speakers globally has grown steadily so too has the number of ‘global textbooks’ for ELT aimed at a world market. Concurrently, critical perspectives of the expansion of English have begun to challenge the view that native speaker contexts ‘own’ English. Based on the aforementioned, and on reflective approaches to culture, our objective is to analyze critically the representations of speakers of English as a second or foreign language offered by two global ELT textbooks, to discuss the issues of essentialization and reproduction of stereotypes about the “non-native” speakers of English and their sociocultural characteristics in the constructed image. To achieve this purpose, we apply a methodology based on a sociocognitive approach to Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) (Van Dijk, 2013), the concept of sociocultural knowledge as stated by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), and critical perspectives of culture according to Holliday, Kullman, and Hyde (2004). Our findings indicate that, though the books include ‘non-native’ speakers in an attempt to address multiculturalism, their representation is generic, portraying a reified image of their sociocultural traits and presenting diversity mostly through national labels.

Palabras clave : global textbooks; world Englishes; EIL; CDA; non-native speakers.

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