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Who Profits From Global English? Reply to Hultgren

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Hartmut Haberland

Roskilde University, DK
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Abstract

In my reply to Hultgren, I suggest introducing further aspects into the discussion of ‘global English’, like the question not only of ownership of a language but also of ownership and control of the communication channels, the problematic status of metaphors like ‘market’, the connection between global English and the narrowing of the base of available knowledge, the importance of a shared language, and the relevance of the ideology of globalism for discourses of global English.
How to Cite: Haberland, H., 2020. Who Profits From Global English? Reply to Hultgren. Nordic Journal of English Studies, 19(3), pp.143–50.
Published on 07 Oct 2020.
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