2023
DOI: 10.1007/s40299-023-00783-5
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Intersectionality in Transnational English Teaching: Exploring the Dynamics of Privilege and Disadvantage in Korean ELT

Meerbek Kudaibergenov

Abstract: This article explores the niche occupied by transnational English teachers within the context of Korean ELT. Employing intersectionality theory as an analytic framework, the study examines the experiences of Leo (pseudonym), a German national who taught English in Korea circumventing legal restrictions against non-native English-speaking teachers. Through an analysis of Leo's narrative, this research elucidates the complex dynamics of privilege and disadvantage prevalent in the Korean ELT industry. The ndings … Show more

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