Forces at Work: English Teaching in Context, Present to Perhaps
by Edmund J. Farrell - 1977
Why this growing concern about what may lie ahead for mankind? And how is education as an institution affected by permutations or alternations occurring not just within itself but within other areas of the society--or, for that matter, in other areas of the world? More narrowly, to what degree is English, as a subject housed in the institution of education, shaped by winds of change blowing both inside and outside classroom walls?
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