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Research into social-psychology of the English language has been carried out worldwide, as researchers have been interested in knowing what social information do language varieties carry. The paper examines arguments and assumptions made to value the mainstream English varieties and devalue non-mainstream English varieties in the domain of ELT. Photocopying is allowed for internal, non-commercial use only.

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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. This systematic introduction to the concept of point of view in language explores the ways in which point of view intersects with and is shaped by ideology. It specifically focuses on the way in which speakers and writers linguistically encode their beliefs, interests and biases in a wide range of media. The book draws on an extensive array of linguistic theories and frameworks and each chapter includes a self-contained introduction to a particular topic in linguistics, allowing easy reference. The author uses examples from a variety of literary and non-literary text types such as, narrative fiction, advertisements and newspaper reports.

Language Policy, Ideology, and Attitudes in English-Dominant Countries

Many subfields within sociolinguistics have been influenced by developments in linguistics and social theory over the past half century. This has certainly been the case in the field of language policy and planning LPP , which has incorporated new ways of thinking about language, society, and cognition, as evidenced by the published research in journals and books. This chapter considers the ways in which views on the nature of language, language ideologies, and language and identity have fundamentally altered the research agendas and foci in the field of LPP over the past several decades. It examines how these newer ways of understanding language in society have been applied to English-speaking countries, particularly with reference to North America. The motivation underlying much of this work reflected long-held, often implicit, views that modernization required a common national language to improve efficiency, develop nationalistic attitudes, and promote economic development. In general, the Western-influenced approaches to LPP in the developing world did not achieve the hoped for results, both in terms of language modernization or socioeconomic development. Critical and postmodern theories began to influence the ways in which scholars analyzed the relations between language policies and social inequalities.

In this chapter we examine language ideologies as part of a translanguaging framework in education. We begin with an overview of the concept translanguaging, from its origins as a term in bilingual education in Wales to its development in research on multilingual classrooms mainly in the North American and British contexts. From there, translanguaging has spread as both a theoretical and pedagogical concept used by researchers and educators to approach linguistically and culturally diverse environments, in and outside of the classroom. Hence, the theoretical and pedagogical objectives have emerged side by side and enhanced one another. Employing a perspective based in critical pedagogy, we present and analyze empirical studies from different educational and political contexts to illustrate how ideologies are expressed through implicit and explicit policies in the classroom.

While we are building a new and improved webshop, please click below to purchase this content via our partner CCC and their Rightfind service. You will need to register with a RightFind account to finalise the purchase. The International Journal of the Sociology of Language IJSL is dedicated to the development of the sociology of language as a truly international and interdisciplinary field in which various approaches — theoretical and empirical — supplement and complement each other, contributing thereby to the growth of language-related knowledge, applications, values and sensitivities. Five of the journal's annual issues are topically focused, all of the articles in such issues being commissioned in advance, after acceptance of proposals. One annual issue is reserved for single articles on the sociology of language. Selected issues throughout the year also feature a contribution on small languages and small language communities. Call for Submissions: Joshua A.


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Translanguaging and Language Ideologies in Education: Northern and Southern Perspectives

The present study deals with issues of relations between gender ideologies and language ideologies, with a view to discussing the hypothesis of the convergence between linguistic hegemonies and the hegemonic order of gender, underpinned by Western ethnocentric tradition. It has been developed using examples extracted from two feminist activist Facebook communities. These communities have been the object of a virtual ethnographic study since

Language ideologies are conceptualizations about languages, speakers, and discursive practices. Like other kinds of ideologies, language ideologies are pervaded with political and moral interests and are shaped in a cultural setting. To study language ideologies, then, is to explore the nexus of language, culture, and politics.

It contends that the Chinese FLEP not only indicate a way by which the state gains consent, maintains cultural governance, and exerts hegemony internally, but also shows the traces of the combined force of the dominant actors both from above to below state levels in what Wallerstein defines the modern world-system , , a , b. The issues are approached by investigating the role of the state, its interaction with the other actors in the modern world system and the individual struggle between social constraint and personal freedom. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution.

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Старик внимательно разглядывал подозрительного посетителя. Беккер перешел чуть ли не на шепот: - Я здесь, чтобы узнать, не нужно ли вам чего-нибудь.  - Скажем, принести пару таблеток валиума. Наконец канадец опомнился. - Из консульства? - Его тон заметно смягчился. Беккер кивнул.

 Это невозможно! - воскликнула она.  - Вы проверили сигналы ошибки. Быть может, в ТРАНСТЕКСТЕ какой-нибудь сбой и… - Все в полном порядке. - Но это значит, что пароль неимоверной длины. Стратмор пожал плечами: - Стандартный коммерческий алгоритм. Насколько я могу судить, пароль из шестидесяти четырех знаков.

Он вытирал лоб простыней. - Простите… может быть, завтра… - Его явно мутило. - Мистер Клушар, очень важно, чтобы вы вспомнили это.  - Внезапно Беккер понял, что говорит чересчур громко. Люди на соседних койках приподнялись и внимательно наблюдали за происходящим. В дальнем конце палаты появилась медсестра и быстро направилась к. - Хоть что-нибудь, - настаивал Беккер.

Затем он сел за письменный стол и начал их допрашивать, как школьников, вызванных в кабинет директора, а они по-прежнему стояли. Говорила Мидж - излагая серию необычайных событий, которые заставили их нарушить неприкосновенность кабинета.

 Проваливай и умри. Дэвид даже вздрогнул от неожиданности. - Простите. - Проваливай и умри, - повторил немец, приложив левую ладонь к жирному правому локтю, имитируя итальянский жест, символизирующий грязное ругательство.

Бринкерхофф кивнул. Это было одним из крупнейших достижений Стратмора. С помощью ТРАНСТЕКСТА, взломавшего шифр, ему удалось узнать о заговоре и бомбе, подложенной в школе иврита в Лос-Анджелесе. Послание террористов удалось расшифровать всего за двадцать минут до готовившегося взрыва и, быстро связавшись по телефону с кем нужно, спасти триста школьников.

На экране перед ними высветилось сообщение об ошибке: НЕДОПУСТИМЫЙ ВВОД.