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Conference Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics (2015 : Washington, D.C.), author.
Title Diversity and super-diversity : sociocultural linguistic perspectives / Anna De Fina, Didem Ikizoglu, and Jeremy Wegner, editors.
Imprint Washington, DC : Georgetown University Press, 2017.

Conference Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics (2015 : Washington, D.C.), author.
Series Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics series
Georgetown University round table on languages and linguistics series (2004)
Subject Sociolinguistics -- Congresses.
Multilingualism -- Congresses.
Alt Name De Fina, Anna,
Ikizoglu, Didem,
Wegner, Jeremy,
Description 1 online resource.
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Note The chapters that comprise this volume are based on papers presented at the 2015 Georgetown University Roundtable on Language and Linguistics whose theme was "Diversity and Super-Diversity: Sociocultural Linguistic Perspectives." The volume is a collection of works by the plenary speakers as well as papers that we regard as most representative of the issues presented and discussed at that exciting event, which saw the confluence of presentations by scholars from twenty different countries--Introduction.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Chronotopic identities : on the timespace organization of who we are / Jan Blommaert and Anna De Fina -- "Whose story?" : narratives of persecution, flight and survival told by the children of Austrian holocaust survivors / Ruth Wodak and Markus Rheindorf -- Linguistic landscape : interpreting and expanding language diversities / Elana Shohamy -- A competence for negotiating diversity and unpredictability in global contact zones / Suresh Canagarajah -- The strategic use of address terms in multilingual interactions during family mealtimes / Fatma Said and Zhu Hua -- Everyday encounters in the market place : translanguaging in the superdiverse city / Adrian Blackledge, Angela Creese, and Rachel Hu -- (In)convenient fictions : ideologies of multi-lingual competence as resource for recognizability / Elizabeth R. Miller -- Constructed dialogue, stance, and ideological diversity in metalinguistic discourse / Anastasia Nylund -- Citizen sociolinguistics : a new media methodology for understanding language and social life / Betsy Rymes, Geeta Aneja, Andrea Leone-Pizzighella, Mark Lewis, Robert Moore -- Recasting diversity in language education in postcolonial, late-capitalist societies / Luisa Martøn Rojo, Christine Anthonissen, Inmaculada Garcia-Sánchez and Virginia Unamuno -- Diversity in school : monolingual ideologies versus multilingual practices / Anna de Fina.
Summary Sociocultural linguistics has long conceived of languages as well-bounded, separate codes. But the increasing diversity of languages encountered by most people in their daily lives challenges this conception. Globalization has accelerated population flows, so that cities are now sites of encounter for groups that are highly diverse in terms of origins, cultural practices, and languages. New media technologies invent communicative genres, foster hybrid semiotic practices, and spread diversity as they intensify contact and exchange between peoples who often are spatially removed and culturally different from each other. Diversity--even super-diversity--is now the norm. In response, recent scholarship complicates traditional associations between languages and social identities, emphasizing the connectedness of communicative events and practices at different scales and the embedding of languages within new physical landscapes and mediated practices. This volume takes stock of the increasing diversity of linguistic phenomena and faces the theoretical-methodological challenges that accounting for such phenomena poses to sociocultural linguistics.
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ISBN 9781626164239 (electronic bk.)
1626164231 (electronic bk.)
9781626164222
1626164223
9781626164215
1626164215
OCLC # 973545588
Additional Format Print version: Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics (2015 : Washington, D.C.). Diversity and super-diversity. Washington, DC : Georgetown University Press, 2017 9781626164222 (DLC) 2016027071 (OCoLC)957696610


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