Language and Power introduces the ways in which language intersects with the social and political expressions of power. It includes 'traditional' topics in the study of language and power, such as race, gender and class, but also covers the more recent themes in critical linguistics.
Orality in Written Texts provides a methodologically and theoretically innovative study of change in Irish English in the period 1700-1900. This book is key reading for advanced students and researchers of corpus linguistics, varieties of English, language change and historical linguistics.
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Features leading scholars, educators, and media makers to explore approaches to thinking about, examining, and evaluating news media and civic engagement around these fundamental questions: what are the pressing issues in news, media, and culture in a converged, digital, and global media age?
This volume presents a selection of papers from the first international conference of the Irish Network in Formal Linguistics (INFL). INFL is well placed to attract expertise on both microvariation and the linguistics of the Celtic languages, and the volume reflects this expertise.
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