To what ends? : the struggle for Asia literacy in Australia
'Asia literacy' is an Australian aspiration to 'know Asia'. This thesis is thus a study of place, of language and of identity in relation to both 'Asia' and 'Australia'. I employ a critical spatial perspective and argue for the importance of context in conceiving the rationale for, objectives of and agency within Asia literacy. Context is not simply a question of classrooms and resources, or of which Asian societies and languages to prioritise. Rather, context is created in languages and...[Show more]
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