This book draws on a range of sources, including tales of castaways, fictional narratives, and interviews with teachers in conversation schools and universities in Japan, to explore many current concerns around teacher identity, gender, and intercultural sexuality in global English language teaching.
Preface 1. Masculinity and Heterosexuality in English Language Teaching 2. Masculinities: Key Concepts for English language teaching 3. Masculine Histories 4. Fictional Masculinities 5. Introduction to empirical studies of Western men in Japan 6. Embodied Masculinities 7. Married and Single Masculinities 8. Professional Masculinities 9. Conclusion
Roslyn Appleby is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. Her research on English language teaching has been published widely, and is the topic of her book ELT, Gender and International Development. Her current research interests include gender and heterosexuality, language teaching and militarisation, and political discourse analysis.
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