Regimes of language: ideologies, polities, and identities
In this text, ten linguistic anthropologists integrate two often segregated domains: politics and language. It addresses the role of language ideologies in state formation, nationalism and the maintenance of ethic groups, as well as the creation of national, ethnic and professional indentities.
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Language Ideology and Linguistic Differentiation
Judith T Irvine and Susan
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