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This book explores the linguistic expression of identity, intended as the social positioning of self and others, by focusing mostly on a scenario of prolonged language contact, namely the ancient Mediterranean area. The volume includes studies on language contact and on identity strategies developed at different levels of analysis, from phonetics to pragmatics, in, among others, Latin, Greek, Coptic, Syriac, Cypriot Arabic, Medieval Sardinian. EN English Deutsch.
Request an inspection copy. The concept of chronotopicity is increasingly used in sociolinguistic theorizing as a new way of looking at context and scale in studies of language, culture and identity. This volume brings together empirical work that puts flesh on the bones of this rather abstract chronotopical theorizing, especially focusing on the discursive construction of chronotopic identities. The case studies in this volume address chronotopic identity work in several sites in Denmark, Indonesia, Mongolia, China, Belgium and The Netherlands. The book will be of interest to students and researchers in applied linguistics and sociolinguistics, as well as related fields such as anthropology, sociology and cultural studies. With a rich and stimulating array of case studies across peripheral sociolinguistic contexts and domains, Chronotopic Identity Work skillfully demonstrates the utility of the Bakhtinian concept of chronotope to understand and appreciate the complexity of contemporary society. It is an essential reading for researchers working on language, identity and globalization.
Qty :. Language not only expresses identities but also constructs them. Starting from that point, Language and Identity examines the interrelationships between language and identities. It finds that they are so closely interwoven, that words themselves are inscribed with ideological meanings. Words and language constitute meanings within discourses and discourses vary in power.
What is racism? Understanding others makes possible a better knowledge of oneself: any form of identity is complex, for individuals are defined in relation to other people — both individually and collectively — and the various groups to which they owe allegiance, in a constantly shifting pattern. Understanding and valuing cultural diversity are the keys to countering racism. All individuals must feel free to explore the uniqueness of their culture and identity while developing understandings of the cultural diversity that exists in the world around them.
But the relationship between language and identity is complex and varied—and even more so in a highly multilingual, massively migrating world. The symposium was held 10—15 May in Penang, Malaysia. This volume contains the full text of the papers that were presented at the symposium. He has published on language development, language vitality and endangered languages.
But the relationship between language and identity is complex and varied—and even more so in a highly multilingual, massively migrating world. The symposium was held 10—15 May in Penang, Malaysia. This volume contains the full text of the papers that were presented at the symposium.
This is a definitive introductory text to modern sociolinguistics that looks at the study of language and society through the concept of identity. It uses these sociolinguistic constructs of identity to tie together current concepts and methods in the field, offering a full overview of the discipline, both past and present. Deckert and Vickers adopt an interdisciplinary approach, introducing work from a variety of fields that examine sociolinguistic data, from linguistics to anthropology, sociology, psychology and education. The book moves from looking at language varieties and globalization to a close examination of language in social interaction, covering the concepts of ideology and power.
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There are different kinds of identities, social identities, national identities, racial identities, ethnic identities, etc.Camila M. 25.03.2021 at 17:23
Kanno, Y. (). Negotiating bilingual and bicultural identities: Japanese returnees betwixt two worlds. Mahwah in great detail in many language and identity books. Edwards illustrates the 1/price10MPhil_ebezpieczni.org Said, F. F. S. ().