Anglophone


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Anglophone

A person, company, or country for which English is the primary language. Because of the importance of America and the UK in the global economy, English is one of the most common languages in international commerce.
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8) in Cameroon, the struggle for the recognition of the civil, political and social rights of the Anglophones has assumed not only a national dimension but also an international dimension whereby Anglophone leaders have filed grievances at a High Court in Nigeria, the African Commission of Human and Peoples' Rights, and the United Nations, all in a bid to put the plights of the Anglophones before the international community.
Her work will help bring genetic criticism, and European approaches to compositional process, into prominence as a resource for the Anglophone world.
In the current study, we examine the influence of exposure to Anglophone culture as well as the impact of a key trigger variable--the English language--on the display of competitive versus cooperative behavior of non-English speakers from another than an Anglophone culture.
The significance of anglophone Caribbean immigrants in New York and of the Caribbean in the material and imaginative lives of Harlemites were widely understood and remarked at the time, but preserving this significance has proven difficult.
Il documente egalement la bilinguisation de la communaute anglophone montrealaise quoi qu'en meme temps, les deux communautes continuent a coexister chacune dans sa bulle.
And how bloody irritating it is to have a landscape cluttered with male Anglophone bottom feeders when you're trying to make a story?
Literary production in Anglophone West Africa is informed by diverse experiences that result from the socio-cultural, political and economic realities of the sub-continent.
Introduction:The West African Institute for Financial and Economic Management (WAIFEM) is a collaborative sub-regional capacity building organization established in July 1996 by the central banks of five Anglophone West African countries.
Given the internationality and influence of English as today's lingua franca, to explore translations and studies of Chinese literature in the Anglophone world becomes an important aspect of comparative literature specifically and the study of literature in general.
Synopsis: Recognizing that in the contemporary postcolonial moment, national identity and cultural nationalism are no longer the primary modes of imagining sovereignty, in "Jamaica's Difficult Subjects: Negotiating Sovereignty in Anglophone Caribbean Literature and Criticism", Sheri-Marie Harrison (Assistant Professor of English, University of Missouri) argues that postcolonial critics must move beyond an identity-based orthodoxy as they examine problems of sovereignty.
Every year since 2001, the Marion Phelps Award is presented by the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN) in recognition of outstanding long-term contributions by an individual for the preservation and promotion of Anglophone heritage in the province of Quebec.