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Mihas et alii (eds.): Responses to Language Endangerment

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Elena Mihas, Bernard Perley, Gabriel Rei-Doval & Kathleen Wheatley, eds. Responses to Language Endangerment: In Honor of Mickey Noonan. New directions in language documentation and language revitalization. John Benjamins, 2013, 273 pp.

TMihasEtAl2013his volume further complicates and advances the contemporary perspective on language endangerment by examining the outcomes of the most commonly cited responses to language endangerment, i.e. language documentation, language revitalization, and training. The present collection takes stock of many complex and pressing issues, such as the assessment of the degree of language endangerment, the contribution of linguistic scholarship to language revitalization programs, the creation of successful language reclamation programs, the emergence of languages that arise as a result of revitalization efforts after interrupted transmission, the ethics of fieldwork, and the training of field linguists and language educators. The volume’s case studies provide detailed personal accounts of fieldworkers and language activists who are grappling with issues of language documentation and revitalization in the concrete physical and socio-cultural settings of native speaker communities in different regions of the world.

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Pinto-Coelho & Carvalho (eds.): Academics Responding to Discourses of Crisis in Higher Education and Research

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PintoCoelhoCarvalho2013Zara Pinto-Coelho & Anabela Carvalho, eds. Academics Responding to Discourses of Crisis in Higher Education and Research. CECS - Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Sociedade, Universidade do Minho, 2013. ebook

"The University as an idea, as a project, is being transformed. What are its specificitiesin the present days? Do universities still have a public task? What are the appropriate functions of higher education? What are the purposes of teaching and research? What counts as relevant knowledge and what counts as an appropriate higher education? Is the age of Universities (late 11th c-early 21st c.) in the West getting to a close? Whose discourses are achieving dominance?

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Terralingua Langscape Volume 2, Issue 12

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Terralingua Langscape Volume 2, Issue 12

Emerging Paradigms in a Changing World
Biocultural approaches to conservation, education, development and economics.

With Guest Editor: Felipe Montoya Greenheck 

Biocultural Diversity is a living network made up of the millions of species of plants and animals and the thousands of human cultures and languages that have evolved on earth. Languages, cultures, and ecosystems are interdependent. They are bound together through the myriad ways — material, social, and spiritual — in which people have interacted with the natural environment.

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Argumentation et Analyse du Discours: numéro 11 en ligne

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Duchêne, Moyer & Roberts, eds.: Language, Migration and Social Inequalities

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DucheneMoyerRoberts2013.jpgAlexandre Duchêne, Melisa G. Moyer and Celia Roberts, eds. Language, Migration and Social Inequalities. A Critical Sociolinguistic Perspective on Institutions and Work. Multilingual Matters, 2013.

Migration and the mobility of citizens around the globe pose important challenges to the linguistic and cultural homogeneity that nation-states rely on for defining their physical boundaries and identity, as well as the rights and obligations of their citizens. A new social order resulting from neoliberal economic practices, globalisation and outsourcing also challenges traditional ways the nation-state has organized its control over the people who have typically travelled to a new country looking for work or better life chances. This collection provides an account of the ways language addresses core questions concerning power and the place of migrants in various institutional and workplace settings. It brings together contributions from a range of geographical settings to understand better how linguistic inequality is (re)produced in this new economic order.

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Llengua i complexitat, núm. 11 de la revista Llengua, Societat i Comunicació

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LSCS’ha publicat l’onzè número de la revista electrònica Llengua, Societat i Comunicació (LSC), del Centre Universitari de Sociolingüística i Comunicació (CUSC) de la Universitat de Barcelona.

L’objectiu de Llengua, Societat i Comunicació és posar a l’abast de la societat el treball realitzat en el món universitari per tal que pugui revertir-hi d’una manera pràctica. La publicació del número actual, titulat «Llengua i complexitat», pretén donar un impuls a la formulació i difusió del fenomen de la complexitat, sobretot pel que fa a la seva aplicació sobre els fets sociocognitius relacionats amb el llenguatge.

Podeu consultar tots els articles a través del següent enllaç: http://revistes.ub.edu/index.php/LSC/issue/current

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CADAAD journal releases

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cadaadThe latest two issues of the CADAAD journal, Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines, have just been published. 6(2) is standard issue and 7(1) contains proceedings from CADAAD 2012. Table of contents below.

Just a reminder too that the call for papers for CADAAD 2014 is out. Visit www.cadaad.net/cadaad_2014  or http://cadaad2014.elte.hu for further details.

Volume 6, Issue 2

  • Simon Goodman and Andrew Johnson
    Strategies Used by The Far Right to Counter Accusations of Racism 97-113
  • Arran Stibbe
    The Corporation as Person and Psychopath: Multimodal Metaphor, Rhetoric and Resistance 114-136
  • Brian Rugen
    Monsters and Addicts: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Shark Representations in Disney’s Scripted Marine Environment 137-153
  • Neda Karimi and Sepideh Gharaati
    Why Do Brains Drain? Brain Drain in Iran’s Political Discourse 154-173
  • Chinwe Roseann Ezeifeka
    Strategic Use of Metaphor in Nigerian Newspaper Reports: A Critical Perspective 174-192
  • Joseph B.A. Afful and Hilary Janks
    The Politics of Citation: An Analysis of Doctoral Theses across Disciplines 193-21

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