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Dangerous Multilingualism

Author: Jan Blommaert
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 0230321410
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This book presents studies that provide detailed and actual descriptions of endangering situations of multilingualism. Theoretically, it documents language-ideological processes of power and their effects on the real life-chances of multilingual subjects. In that sense, it provides addenda to existing scholarship on language endangerment, language policy and language rights. The empirical data in most studies comes from Finland, a country where a robust self-perception of monolingualism and cultural homogeneity obscures a number of hidden forms of problematic multilingualism. Two chapters extend the discussion to other North European contexts. The book captures these problems in terms of the tension between late-modern forms of social, cultural and linguistic diversity and responses to this diversity which range from modernist reactions emphasizing order, purity and normality, to pre-modernist responses which recycle the late 19th century national romantic notions of one language, one nation.

Demographic And Socioeconomic Basis Of Ethnolinguistics

Author: Jacob S. Siegel
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319617788
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This book presents a description and analysis of sociolinguistics written from a demographer’s perspective. It synthesizes the data on the materials, methods, and issues of this interdisciplinary field, pulling together the scattered materials published in this area into a coherent whole. Drawing on a wide range of sciences in addition to demography and sociolinguistics, including sociology, anthropology, statistics, psychology, neuroscience, and public policy, the book treats theoretical and applied issues, links methods and substantive findings, covers both national and international materials, and provides prehistorical, historical, and contemporary illustrations. The book treats the theoretical issue of how the language we use develops socially on a base of linguistic genetic capacity and the practical issue of how the intervention of the state and public figures may profoundly alter the natural evolution of the language. As such, this book will appeal to a wide range of users, from students to teachers and practitioners of social demography, sociolinguistics, cultural anthropology, and particularly to those social scientists interested in ethnic studies and human migration.

Minority Language Promotion Protection And Regulation

Author: C. Williams
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137000848
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This is an analysis of the promises and contradictions surrounding contemporary minority language policy. It draws on theoretical and real-world perspectives and interviews with key players within European institutions together with field work undertaken principally in Ireland, Scotland, Wales, the Basque Country, Catalonia and Canada.

Monolingualism And Linguistic Exhibitionism In Fiction

Author: Anjali Pandey
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137340363
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How are linguistic wars for global prominence literarily and linguistically inscribed in literature? This book focuses on the increasing presence of cosmetic multilingualism in prize-winning fiction, making a case for an emerging transparent-turn in which momentary multilingualism works in the service of long-term monolingualism.

Language Policies In Finland And Sweden

Author: Mia Halonen
Publisher: Multilingual Matters
ISBN: 1783092726
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In this volume, authors from four disciplines join forces to develop an analysis of political discourse on a comparative and multidisciplinary basis. Language policy is often based on the political use of history, where the remembrance of past experiences by communities, individuals and historical bodies play a fundamental role. These authors see politics and policies as multi-sited by nature, taking place, being constructed, contested and reproduced simultaneously and in different times and places. Theoretically the book draws on the concept of language policy, operationalising it through the rhizomatic nature of politics and policies. Although confined empirically to considerations of situations in Finland and Sweden, the volume extends far beyond these locations in its theoretical contributions. The polities of Finland and Sweden are the lens through which a new and much needed understanding of language policy research, and policy research in general, is posited.

Soziologie Des Raumes

Author: Georg Simmel
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
ISBN: 3849617378
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Die Serie "Meisterwerke der Literatur" beinhaltet die Klassiker der deutschen und weltweiten Literatur in einer einzigartigen Sammlung für Ihren eBook Reader. Lesen Sie die besten Werke großer Schriftsteller,Poeten, Autoren und Philosophen auf Ihrem Reader. Dieses Werk bietet zusätzlich * Eine Biografie/Bibliografie des Autors. Dieses Werk Simmels erschien 1903 im Jahrbuch für Gesetzgebung, Verwaltung und Volkswirtschaft im Deutschen Reich.

Enregisterment

Author: Lieselotte Anderwald
Publisher: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
ISBN: 9783631679036
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Die Beitrage wenden die Konzepte Enregisterment, Kommodifizierung, geordnete Indexikalitat und Linguistic Landscapes auf verschiedene sprachliche Gegebenheiten an. Die zehn Beitrage beschaftigen sich mit Englisch, Deutsch, Norwegisch, Franzosisch und Spanisch und zeigen die soziale Bedeutung von sprachlicher Variation auf.

Methoden Der Diskurslinguistik

Author: Ingo H. Warnke
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110209373
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Die Diskurslinguistik hat sich mittlerweile als Teildisziplin der Sprachwissenschaft, die sich mit textübergreifenden Bedeutungsbezügen und historisch-kulturell verankertem Wissen befasst, und als auf Sprache spezialisierte Subdisziplin im multidisziplinären Projekt „Diskursanalyse“ etabliert. Während die theoretische Reflexion des Diskursbegriffes weit vorangeschritten ist und zahlreiche Einzeluntersuchungen vorliegen, fehlt es noch immer an einer fundierten Methodik und Methodologie, an Verfahren, die wissenschaftlichen Kriterien wie Validität und Reliabilität standhalten und gleichzeitig der komplexen Diskursmorphologie gerecht werden. Diesem Desiderat tritt der Band entgegen. Die Beiträge stellen verschiedene Methoden vor, exemplifizieren sie und diskutieren ihre Applizierbarkeit auf so unterschiedliche diskurslinguistische Gegenstandsbereiche wie Episteme und Schemata, Aussagen und Argumentationen, Subjekt und Kollektiv, Multimodalität und Interaktivität, Ideologie und Macht sowie Korpus und Muster. Damit ist der Band gleichermaßen eine Darstellung der wichtigsten Methoden der Diskurslinguistik wie ein Kompendium der aktuellen methodologischen Diskussion.

Language And Nation

Author: Guri Ellen Barstad
Publisher: Waxmann Verlag
ISBN: 3830984979
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Studies on the relation between language, identity and nation (building) represent a long tradition in linguistic, cultural and political research. In this interdisciplinary anthology, we focus on different aspects of how language is used to shape a nation; by retaining a national identity in the context of emigration, by measures taken to change an existing nation into a new one, by introducing a discourse designed to re-establish a putatively lost nation. Finally, we discuss how nation and identity are shaped in a modern multi-ethnic, multi-lingual and multi-cultural society. The anthology contains articles in English, French and German from political science, history, linguistics, literature and translatology and is written by researchers based in Finland, Greece, Norway and the United Kingdom.