Listening to Language
Focuses on the need to give attention to the mechanism of violence by listening to the materiality of language, movement, rhythms, and bodies to understand its consequences in a pedagogical sense. Inclination of society to teach conflict instead of peace; Failure of society to realize its production of violence; Influence of language on the proliferation of peace; Embedment of the violence constructions within cultural stories.
Violence, Material culture, Educaton, Language and language, Study and teaching
English Language and Literature
Mary Ann Cain (2003).
Listening to Language. College English.65 (5), 476-493.