DOI: 10.11606/d.48.2021.tde-06072021-152410
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Inglês como língua franca sob um olhar crítico e decolonial

Abstract: The concept of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) has received great prominence in language studies, both in international and national settings, since the first studies carried out in Europe until its reinterpretation by Brazilian scholars. In addition, the ELF perspective underlies the English language guidelines in three different curricular policies in Brazilian Basic Education,

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“…Gabriela This article briefly outlines the elf concept while identifying and interrogating where elf voices come from and who can voice on elf issues. In doing so, it presents part of the data resulting from an extensive elf literature review as well as a documentary analysis of the International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca Programmes (Rosa, 2021). Findings show a complex weave of meanings marked by coloniality traces in which European viewpoints still function as la hybris del punto cero (Castro-Gómez, 2007).…”
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“…Gabriela This article briefly outlines the elf concept while identifying and interrogating where elf voices come from and who can voice on elf issues. In doing so, it presents part of the data resulting from an extensive elf literature review as well as a documentary analysis of the International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca Programmes (Rosa, 2021). Findings show a complex weave of meanings marked by coloniality traces in which European viewpoints still function as la hybris del punto cero (Castro-Gómez, 2007).…”
Section: íKalamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, we question the extent to which these different moves genuinely represent a paradigm shift, considering that some underlying notions are still present in global north elf production, as we will comment in the next section. This is so as elf has been considered a polemic and polysemic term (Rosa, 2021) how a geo-body-politics of knowledge (Mignolo, 2007) operates in the legitimacy/invisibility of voices. This implies, first and foremost, wearing decolonial lenses.…”
Section: Theoretical-geopolitical-bodily Frameworkmentioning
confidence: 99%
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