The Sociopolitics of English Language Teaching is an insightful and balanced collection... it offers a diversity of scope that is theoretically engaging yet accessible to novice teachers and langauge professionals unversed in these issues... The authors and editors are to be commended for the challenging perspectives and possibilities offered teachers. Brian Morgan, Canadian Modern Language Review
About the Author
Joan Kelly Hall is Associate Professor of Language Education at the University of Georgia. Her research interests include classroom-based language development, language use and identity, and intercultural communication. William G. Eggington is Professor of English Language and Linguistics and Associate Chair of the English Department at Brigham Young University, Utah. He has researched and published extensively on language policy and planning in Australia, South Pacific, and general and educational contexts.