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Language, Borders and Identity (Watt, Dominic; Llamas, Carmen)

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 21 Sep 2015

Language, Borders and Identity, Watt, Dominic; Llamas, Carmen, eds. 2014, Edinburgh: University Press (288 págs. ISBN-13: 9780748669776. Precio: USD 39.95)
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Language, Borders and Identity includes a wide-ranging and multi-disciplinary discussion of the connections between language, borders and identities. This book covers political, socio-psychological and symbolic borders, takes a multi-disciplinary approach by combining sociolinguistic research with human geography, anthropology and social psychology, and uses international case studies and examples throughout.

Identifying and examining political, socio-psychological and symbolic borders, Language, Borders and Identity encompasses a broad, geographically diverse spectrum of border contexts, taking a multi-disciplinary approach by combining sociolinguistics research with human geography, anthropology and social psychology. The book illustrates a representative range of methodological approaches used by researchers in the field and examines regional and local borders alongside the political borders that divide monoglossic and heteroglossic territories.

Using international case studies and examples throughout, this book also looks to symbolic borders, which are often encoded in the semiotic manipulation of the linguistic landscape. It further assesses the linguistic implications of the presence of borders in applied contexts, including language planning and policy (e.g. in multilingual education or for the protection of minority languages) and border control.

By casting its net wide, Language, Borders and Identity develops and refines models of how language is used to construct borders, and to indicate on which side of border speakers situate themselves. This book brings into focus the dual reactive and proactive functions that language serves in this respect, exploring the tensions between essentialist and constructionist approaches to identity, and offers a valuable resource for advanced students and researchers in sociolinguistics and the sociology of language.

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Introduction, Dominic Watt and Carmen Llamas

1. Language and Identity on the Scottish/English border, Dominic Watt, Carmen Llamas, Gerry Docherty, Damien Hall and Jennifer Nycz

2. Where North meets South?: Contact, divergence, and the routinisation of the Fenland dialect boundary, David Britain

3. Borders in North American English, Charles Boberg

4. Spanish language variation and ethnic identity in New Mexico: internal and external borders, Neddy A. Vigil and Garland D. Bills

5. Language use and attitudes as stimuli for phonological change in border Uruguayan Spanish, Mark Waltermire

6. Religion on the border: The effect of Utah English on English and Spanish use in the Mexican Mormon colonies, Wendy Baker-Smemoe and Breana Jones

7. Borders within borders: Contexts of language use and local identity configuration in southern Galicia, Jaine Beswick

8. Perceptual ideology across the Scottish/English border, Chris Montgomery

9. Wales and Welsh: Boundedness and peripherality, Nikolas Coupland

10. The political border and linguistic identities in Ireland: What can the linguistic landscape tell us?, Jeffrey L. Kallen

11. Multilingual Luxembourg: Language and identity at the Romance/Germanic language border, Daniel Redinger and Carmen Llamas

12. What counts as a linguistic border, for whom, and with what implications? Exploring Occitan and Francoprovençal in Rhône-Alpes, France, Michel Bert and James Costa

13. Constructing national and international deaf identity: Perceived use of American Sign Language, Elizabeth S. Parks

14. Borders, variation and identity: Language Analysis for the Determination of Origin (LADO), Kim Wilson and Paul Foulkes

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