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Identity navigation: rethinking languages, literatures and cultures between challenges and misinterpretations edited by Nino Arrigo, Annalisa Bonomo e Karl Chircop Edizioni Sinestesie. Non ho dubbi che il potere oggi vincente in Italia, e non solo in Italia, liquiderebbe questa indicazione come un puro vezzo intellettuale e snobistico. Emma Bonino.
- Language Alternation, Language Choice and Language Encounter in International Tertiary Education
- Code-switching in conversation: language, interaction and identity
- Language Attitudes and Identities in Multilingual China
Language Alternation, Language Choice and Language Encounter in International Tertiary Education
Bilingualism: A Social Approach pp Cite as. One major characteristic of bilingualism is the way that speakers deploy resources from what may be recognized as two different languages. The meanings of such code-switching, or the motivations of language alternation in bilingual talk, have been discussed within a variety of theoretical paradigms. Within the latter paradigm, conversation analysis CA takes a specifi c stance, stressing the importance of the situated moment-by-moment organization of interaction, of the intelligibility it has for the participants, and of the membership categories that are achieved and made relevant within the interaction itself. Within this framework, the sense of the plurilingual resources used by speakers can neither be mechanistically related to a set of predetermined factors, such as identities or social structures, nor associated with imputed intentions, strategies or goals of the participants. Instead, the questions asked and answered through analyses of empirical data are: how do participants orient to bilingual resources?
These in-depth case studies provide novel insights in to the fast-changing language situation in multilingual China, and how it changes the meanings of language identity and language learning. This linguistic ethnographic study of language attitudes and identities in contemporary China in the era of multilingualism provides a comprehensive and critical review of the state of the art in the field of language-attitude research, and situates attitudes towards Chinese regional dialects in their social, historical as well as local contexts. The role of language policies and the links between the interactional phenomena and other contextual factors are investigated through the multi-level analysis of linguistic ethnographic data. This study captures the long-term language socialisation process and the moment-to-moment construction of language attitudes at a level of detail that is rarely seen. The narrative is presented in a highly readable style, without compromising the theoretical sophistication and sociolinguistic complexities. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents.
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Code-switching in conversation: language, interaction and identity
But how do bilinguals argue? What has Burke to tell us about code-switching? This article is based on spoken language and will try to provide some insights on how rhetoric can offer a coherent reflection in order to understand code-switching. Focus will be place on Arabic for the extreme symbolism of its diglossic system. Symbolic action, grammar, rhetoric and dialectic are all elements, according to the Burkean system, useful to describe the strategies men use to affect situations and audiences.
In my junior year of college, I took a course in semantics, which focused on verbal language and solidified my interest in language. I love learning about the history of words, learning new words, and seeing how language changes over time and from one context to the next. The relationship between language and meaning is not a straightforward one. One reason for this complicated relationship is the limitlessness of modern language systems like English. Language is productive in the sense that there are an infinite number of utterances we can make by connecting existing words in new ways.
Language Attitudes and Identities in Multilingual China
In linguistics , code-switching or language alternation occurs when a speaker alternates between two or more languages , or language varieties , in the context of a single conversation. Multilinguals , speakers of more than one language, sometimes use elements of multiple languages when conversing with each other. Thus, code-switching is the use of more than one linguistic variety in a manner consistent with the syntax and phonology of each variety. In the s and the s, many scholars considered code-switching to be a substandard use of language. The term "code-switching" is also used outside the field of linguistics. Some scholars of literature use the term to describe literary styles that include elements from more than one language, as in novels by Chinese-American, Anglo-Indian, or Latino writers.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Code Switching, the alternating use of two or more languages ation, has become an increasingly topical and important field of research. Now available in paperback, Code-Switching in Conversation brings together contributions from a wide variety of sociolinguistics settings in which the phenomenon is observed. It addresses not only the structure and the function, but also the ideological values of such bilingual behaviour.
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The book assesses the factors common to successful bilingual learners, and provides university administrators, policy makers and teachers around the world with a much-needed commentary on the challenges they face in increasingly multilingual surroundings characterized by a heterogeneous student population. Patterns of language alternation and choice have become increasingly important to the development of an understanding of the internationalisation of higher education that is occurring world-wide. This volume draws on the extensive and varied literature related to the sociolinguistics of globalisation — linguistic ethnography, discourse analysis, language teaching, language and identity, and language planning — as the theoretical bases for the description of the nature of these emerging multilingual communities that are increasingly found in international education. It uses observational data from eleven studies that take into account the macro societal , meso university and micro participant levels of language interaction to explicate the range of language encounters — highlighting both successful and problematic interactions and their related language ideologies. Although English is the common lingua franca, the studies in the volume highlight the importance of the multilingual resources available to participants in higher educational institutions that are used to negotiate and solve their language problems. The volume brings to our attention a range of important insights into language issues found in the internationalisation of higher education, and provides a resource for those wishing to understand or do research on how language hybridity and multilingual communicative practices are evolving there. Richard B.
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