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For the concept, see Linguistic imperialism.
|Subject||Philosophy, social sciences, language, education|
|Followed by||Linguistic Imperialism Continued (2010)|
In Linguistic Imperialism, Phillipson argues that Western countries have used English as a tool of imperialism to dominate colonies and former colonies. He further explores the ideologies transmitted through the English language.
- Waters, Alan. "Linguistic Imperialism Continued". ELT.
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