A BOURDIEUSIAN CASE STUDY OF NATIVE AND NONNATIVE MIGRANT TEACHERS’ EIKAIWA EXPERIENCES

This critical multi-case study involves a group of migrant eikaiwa (English conversation) school teachers in Japan. The purpose of the study was to investigate the teachers’ positions and treatment in the commercial English language teaching (ELT) sector and their adaptation to their work environment and the host country, through applying the concepts of capital, habitus, and field. The issues of who should be employed as teachers, to whom learners should be exposed to as model...
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