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245 04 The politics of written language in the Arab world :
       |bwriting change /|cedited by Jacob Høigilt, Gunvor 
264  1 Leiden ;|aBoston :|bBrill,|c2017 
300    x, 319 pages :|billustrations (some color), charts ;|c25 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Studies in semitic languages and linguistics,|x0081-8461 ;
       |vvolume 90 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Introduction / Jacob Hoigilt and Gunvor Mejdell -- A 
       language for the people? quantitative indicators of 
       written darija and 'ammiyya in Cairo and Rabat / Kristian 
       Takvam Kindt and Tewodros Kebede -- Diglossia as ideology 
       / Kristen Brustad -- Changing norms, concepts and 
       practices of written Arabic: a 'long distance' perspective
       / Gunvor Mejdell -- Contemporary darija writings in 
       Morocco: ideology and practices / Catherine Miller -- 
       Morocco: an informal passage to literacy in darija 
       (Moroccan Arabic) / Dominique Caubet -- Adab sakhir 
       (satirical literature) and the use of Egyptian vernacular 
       / Eva Marie Haland -- Dialect with an attitude: language 
       and criticism in new Egyptian print media / Jacob Hoigilt 
       -- Writing oral and literary culture: the case of the 
       contemporary Moroccan zajal / Alexander Elinson -- The 
       politics of pro-'ammiyya language ideology in Egypt / 
       Mariam Aboelezz -- Moralizing stances: discursive play and
       ideologies of language and gender in Moroccan digital 
       discourse / Atiqa Hachimi -- The language of online 
       activism: a case from Kuwait / Jon Nordenson -- The 
       oralization of writing: argumentation, profanity and 
       literacy in cyberspace / Emad Abdel Latif 
520 8  The Politics of Written Language in the Arab World' 
       connects the fascinating field of contemporary written 
       Arabic with the central sociolinguistic notions of 
       language ideology and diglossia. Focusing on Egypt and 
       Morocco, the authors combine large-scale survey data on 
       language attitudes with in-depth analyses of actual 
       language usage and explicit (and implicit) language 
       ideology. They show that writing practices as well as 
       language attitudes in Egypt and Morocco are far more 
       receptive to vernacular forms than has been assumed. The 
       individual chapters cover a wide variety of media, from 
       books and magazines to blogs and Tweets. A central theme 
       running through the contributions is the social and 
       political function of "doing informality" in a changing 
       public sphere steadily more permeated by written Arabic in
       a number of media 
650  0 Written communication|zArab countries 
650  0 Arabic language|xWritten Arabic 
650  0 Arabic language|xPolitical aspects 
650  0 Arabic language|xSocial aspects 
650  0 Arabic language|xDialects|zEgypt 
650  0 Arabic language|xDialects|zMorocco 
700 1  Høigilt, Jacob,|eeditor 
700 1  Mejdell, Gunvor,|eeditor 
776 08 |iOnline version:|tPolitics of written language in the 
       Arab world|dLeiden ; Boston : Brill, 2017|z9789004346178
       |w(DLC) 2017031960 
830  0 Studies in Semitic languages and linguistics ;|v90 
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