Language and Identity: National, Ethnic, Religious by J. JosephLanguage and Identity: National, Ethnic, Religious by J. Joseph

Language and Identity: National, Ethnic, Religious

byJ. Joseph

Paperback | May 24, 2004

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Offering a uniquely broad-based overview of the role of language choice in the construction of national, cultural, and personal identity, this textbook examines a wide range of specific cases from various parts of the world in order to arrive at some general principles concerning the links between language and identity. It will benefit students and researchers in a wide range of fields where identity is an important issue, and who currently lack a single source to turn to for an overview from sociolinguistics.
John E. Joseph is at University of Edinburgh.
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Title:Language and Identity: National, Ethnic, ReligiousFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.02 inPublished:May 24, 2004Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0333997530

ISBN - 13:9780333997536

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Table of Contents

Preface * Introduction * Theoretical Issues * Language and National Identity * Language and Cultural Identity * Language and Individual Identity * Language and Identity in Hong Kong * Language and Identity in Lebanon * Language and Identity in 'Europe' * Personal Names as Texts of Southeast Asian Identities * Globalisation and the Spread of English * Language Change and Linguistic Identity * Conclusion: Redefining Languages and the Identity of Linguistics * References * Index of Names * Index of Subjects

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"...admirable both in its scope and in its depth - the book goes far beyond prior books touching on language and identity...It is well-written and should make for trouble free (and even enjoyable) reading by undergraduates, graduate students and the educated lay reader interested in language and languages or in the related social sciences, psychology and, perhaps, even literary studies."--Joshua A. Fishman, Distinguished University Professor, Yeshiva University