Effects of Imperialism and Cultural Hegemony on Learners of English as a Second or Foreign Language | Nadia Rahman

Effects of Imperialism and Cultural Hegemony on Learners of English as a Second or Foreign Language | Nadia Rahman

Effects of Imperialism and Cultural Hegemony on Learners of English as a Second or Foreign Language
Nadia Rahman

Abstract: Imperialism and hegemony are very much related terms when we talk about second or foreign language acquisition. Culture also plays an important role in language learning. So, all these come into consideration to determine the learners’ level and pace of proficiency. This paper will try to find out whether learning English as a second or foreign language gets affected by imperialism and cultural hegemony, and the kind of affect it has on Bangladeshi learners.

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Published in Fall 2010-11

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