Languaging teachers: CLIL and the politics of precarisation in Catalonia

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The aim of this chapter is to investigate CLIL as a site of struggle for educators and school heads. It takes a sociolinguistic and political economy perspective that focuses on the investigation of schools as neoliberalised workplaces and of teaching as a profession in transformation. Data come from two institutional ethnographies conducted near Barcelona (2015-2017) in a state school and a publicly subsidised private school. The analysis shows that, as a wholesale process of languaging teachers, CLIL is a stratifying mechanism that alters established regimes of value, subjectifies teachers to marketise and precarise themselves and especially in the state sector, reinforces existing inequalities between permanent and temporary staff.
Idioma originalEnglish
Títol de la publicacióGlobal CLIL
Subtítol de la publicacióCritical, Ethnographic and Language Policy Perspectives
EditorsEva Codó
Lloc de publicacióNew York and Oxdon
EditorRoutledge
Capítol8
Pàgines174-197
Nombre de pàgines24
ISBN (electrònic)9781003147374
ISBN (imprès)978-0-367-70650-0
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Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 21 de nov. 2022

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NomRoutledge Critical Studies in Multilingualism

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