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100 1  Clark, Urszula 
245 10 Language and Identity in Englishes 
264  1 London :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2013 
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505 0  Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- 
       Table of Contents -- List of figures and tables -- Preface
       -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- 
       Introduction -- What is language? -- What is identity? -- 
       What is discourse? -- Language, discourse and identity -- 
       Englishes, discourse and identity -- Chapter 2. Englishes 
       and History -- Introduction: circles of Englishes -- Where
       today's Englishes come from -- Anglo American English -- 
       African American English -- Indian English -- Chapter 3. 
       Englishes and National Identity -- Introduction: nation, 
       ethnicity, identity and language -- British English and 
       national identity -- American English and national 
       identity -- Chinese English and national identity -- 
       Chapter 4. Englishes, Language Policies and Education -- 
       Introduction -- Englishes and education in England -- 
       Englishes and education in the USA -- Englishes and 
       education in India -- Englishes and education in China -- 
       Chapter 5. Issues in Researching Varieties of Englishes 
       and Identity -- Introduction: methods and data -- The 
       Survey of English Dialects (SED) and the BBC Voices 
       Project -- The linguistic variable as a marker of social 
       identity -- The COBUILD Project and the Phonological Atlas
       of North America -- Social network theory -- Variation, 
       identity and teenagers -- Chapter 6. Indexicality and 
       Enregisterment -- Introduction -- Indexicality theory -- 
       Mobility, indexicality and enregisterment in 
       'Pittsburghese', USA -- Indexicality and enregisterment in
       Newcastle and Sheffield, UK -- Literacy practices, 
       indexicality and enregisterment at Wesbank High, Cape Town,
       South Africa -- Chapter 7. Englishes and Social Context --
       Introduction -- Speech code theory -- Communities of 
       practice -- Discourse, context and ideology -- Literacy, 
       identity and social practice -- Chapter 8. Englishes and 
       Social Identity -- Introduction 
505 8  Audience and referee design -- Accommodation theory -- 
       Code switching and crossing -- Performing social identity 
       -- Chapter 9. Language and Identity in Englishes: A 
       Sociodiscursive Perspective -- Overview -- Historical and 
       sociopolitical contexts of Englishes -- Englishes and 
       social and cultural contexts -- Linguistic variability in 
       Englishes -- Englishes, variation and creative performance
       -- Bakhtin and unitary language -- Discourses of Englishes
       -- Chapter 10. Undertaking Your Own Research Project -- 
       Researching variations and identities in Englishes -- 
       Selecting a topic for research -- Project design -- 
       Methods of data collection -- Questionnaires -- Designing 
       interviews -- Sound recording -- Transcribing data -- 
       Analysing your data -- Writing up your study -- Sample 
       projects -- References -- Index 
520    Language and Identity in Englishes examines the core 
       issues and debates surrounding the relationship between 
       English, language and identity. Drawing on a range of 
       international examples from the UK, US, China and India, 
       Clark uses both cutting-edge fieldwork and her own 
       original research to give a comprehensive account of the 
       study of language and identity. Key features include: 
       Discussion of language in relation to various aspects of 
       identity, such as those connected with nation and region, 
       as well as in relation to social aspects such as social 
       class and race. A chapter on undertaking research that 
       will equip students with appropriate research methods for 
       their own projects An analysis of language and identity 
       within the context of written as well as spoken texts With
       its accessible structure, international scope and the 
       inclusion of leading research in the area, this book is 
       ideal for any student taking modules in language and 
       identity or sociolinguistics 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 English language -- Social aspects.;English language -- 
       Study and teaching -- English-speaking countries.;Language
       and culture -- English-speaking countries.;English 
       language -- Variation.;Intercultural communication 
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