Social roles and language practices in late modern English

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John Benjamins Pub. Co. , Amsterdam, Philadelphia
English language -- 18th century, English language -- 19th century, English language -- Social aspects -- England, English language -- Usage -- England, England -- Languages -- 18th century, England -- Languages -- 19th ce
Statementedited by Paivi Pahta...[et al.].
SeriesPragmatics & Beyond New Series -- 195
ContributionsPahta, Päivi.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPE1083 .S65 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24069517M
ISBN 139789027254405, 9789027288233
LC Control Number2010006374

Social Roles and Language Practices in Late Modern English (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series) by Päivi Pahta (Editor), Minna Nevala (Editor), Arja Nurmi (Editor), & ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

This volume presents a ground-breaking overview of the interconnections between socio-cultural reality and language practices, by looking at the different ways in which social roles are performed, maintained, adopted and assigned through linguistic means.

The introductory chapter discusses and evaluates different theoretical approaches to the question, and the eight articles by leading. “This is a trailblazing volume.

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Too often do studies in historical linguistics adopt social (or other) theories of yesterday. But here we have cutting-edge research on social roles, identities and practices applied innovatively to historical data, leading to new insights – not just about Late Modern English but also about the dynamics of language, social phenomena and change – and ISBN: Language practices in the construction of social roles in Late Modern English 1 Paivi Pahta, Minna Palander-Collin, Minna Nevala and Arja Nurmi Mr Spectator, identity and social roles in an early eighteenth-century community of practice and the periodical discourse community 29.

Get this from a library. Social roles and language practices in late modern English. [Päivi Pahta;] -- This volume presents a ground-breaking overview of the interconnections between socio-cultural reality and language practices, by looking at the different ways in which social roles are performed.

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Language practices in the construction of social roles in Late Modern English (by Pahta, Paivi) Mr Spectator, identity and social roles in an early eighteenth-century community of practice and the periodical discourse community (by Fitzmaurice, Susan M.) How eighteenth-century book reviewers became language guardians (by Percy, Carol) Social Roles and Language Practices in Late Modern English.

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