Language Matters: Communication, Identity, and Culture
Sik Hung Ng, Christopher N. Candlin, Chi-yue Chiu
City University of Hong Kong Press, 2004 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 519 pages
This book stresses on the social purpose of language use and its cognitive development. It covers a diverse set of topics with many real-life illustrations of the interaction of culture, identity and communication.
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