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Conflict, Exclusion and Dissent in the Linguistic Landscape (Rubdy, Rani; Ben Said, Selim, 2015)


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Rubdy, Rani; Ben Said, Selim, eds. 2015. Conflict, Exclusion and Dissent in the Linguistic Landscape. London: Palgrave Macmillan (Colección: Language and Globalization. 328 págs. ISBN-13: 9781137426277. Precio: 85,73 EUR)
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Descripción

This book focuses on the linguistic landscape as a site of conflict, exclusion, and dissent arising from mechanisms of language policy, language politics and language hierarchies. It examines the way language can be used in particular ideologies to marginalize and conceal other language and as a vehicle for social contestation, impacting local communities as well as the vitality of certain sociolinguistic groups.

The chapters engage with exclusion, covering broad socio-historical, economic, political and ideological issues that go much beyond language dimensions, such as the Occupy movement and the Arab Spring. The case studies highlight the role of the linguistic landscape where words and images can demonstrate the tension between the dominance of global capitalism and the grassroots reactions of local communities contending for visibility, social justice and economic and political survival. The book argues that concern with this aspect of the linguistic landscape helps forge links between landscape, identity, social order and power.

Sample chapter: https://www.palgrave.com/resources/sample-chapters/9781137426277_sample.pdf

About the authors

Rani Rubdy was previously Associate Professor at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University and is currently with the National University of Singapore. Her co-edited books include English in the World: Global Rules, Global Roles (2006), Language as Commodity (2008), and The Global-Local Interface and Hybridity (2014).

Selim Ben Said is Assistant Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His recently co-edited book Language Teachers and Teaching (2013) examines language teacher education in a variety of international contexts. He is currently researching discourses in the linguistic landscape particularly in the context of international protests and 'occupy' movements.


Temática: Análisis del discurso, Sociolingüística

Índice

1. Conflict and Exclusion: Linguistic Landscape as an Arena of Contestation; Rani Rubdy

PART I: CONFLICT AND EXCLUSION

2. The Passive Exclusion of Irish in the Linguistic Landscape: A Nexus Analysis; Jo Thistlethwaite and Mark Sebba

3. Unseen Spanish in Small-town America: A Minority Language in the Linguistic Landscape; Robert A. Troyer, Carmen Cáceda and Patricia Gimenez Eguíbar

4. Language Removal, Commodification and the Negotiation of Cultural Identity in Nagorno-Karabakh; Sebastian Muth

5. Negotiating Differential Belonging Via the Linguistic Landscape of Taipei; Melissa L. Curtin

6. Semiotic Landscape, Code Choice, and Exclusion; Luanga A. Kasanga

7. Linguistic Landscape and Exclusion: An Examination of Language Representation in Disaster Signage in Japan; Mei Shan Tan and Selim Ben Said

8. 'My Way of Speaking, Appearance, All of Myself has to Change': A Story of Inclusion and Exclusion in an Unequal Learning Space; Ruanni Tupas

9. Mobilizing Affect in the Cyber-linguistic Landscape: The R-word Campaign; Lionel Wee

PART II: DISSENT AND PROTEST

10. Occupy Baltimore: A Linguistic Landscape Analysis of Participatory Social Contestation in an American City; David I. Hanauer

11. Overcoming Erasure: Reappropriation of Space in the Linguistic Landscape of Mass-scale Protests; Corinne A. Seals

12. Co-constructing Dissent in the Transient Linguistic Landscape: Multilingual Protest Signs of the Tunisian Revolution; Sonia Shiri

13. A Linguistic Landscape Analysis of the Sociopolitical Demonstrations of Algiers: A Politicized Landscape; Hayat Messekher

14. A Multimodal Analysis of the Graffiti Commemorating the 26/11 Mumbai Terror Attacks: Constructing Self-understandings of a Senseless Violence; Rani Rubdy


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