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Title The languages of nation : attitudes and norms / edited by Carol Percy and Mary Catherine Davidson.
Imprint Bristol ; Buffalo : Multilingual Matters, ©2012.

Series Multilingual matters ; 148
Multilingual matters (Series) ; 148.
Subject Linguistic minorities -- Education -- Social aspects -- Cross-cultural studies.
Multicultural education -- Cross-cultural studies.
Education, Bilingual -- Cross-cultural studies.
Alt Name Percy, Carol.
Davidson, Mary Catherine.
Description 1 online resource (xvi, 306 pages).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Summary This collection brings together research on linguistic prescriptivism and social identities, in specific contemporary and historical contexts of cross-cultural contact and awareness. Providing multilingual and multidisciplinary perspectives from language studies, lexicography, literature, and cultural studies, our contributors relate language norms to frameworks of identity beyond monolingual citizenship - nativeness, ethnicity, politics, religion, empire. Some chapters focus on traditional instruments of prescriptivism: language academies in Europe; government language planners in southeast A.
Contents Frontmatter -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Contributors -- 1. Introduction: Multidisciplinary and Multilingual Perspectives on 'Patriotic' Prescriptivism / Percy, Carol / Davidson, Mary Catherine -- 2. Foreword: Language, Prescriptivism, Nationalism - and Identity / Edwards, John -- Part 1: Managing Language Policies -- 3. William Cecil and the Rectification of English / Lancashire, Ian -- 4. Prescribing Pastoral and Pragmatic Orientations: Challenges for Language Policy / Wee, Lionel -- Part 2: Colonialism and Literary Canons -- 5. Mutual Preservation of Standard Language and National Identity in Early Modern Wales / Phillips, John D. -- 6. 'A Highly Poetical Language'? Scots, Burns, Patriotism and Evaluative Language in 19th-century Literary Reviews and Articles / Dossena, Marina -- Part 3: Transmarine and Transatlantic Allegiances -- 7. Language and National Identity in 17th- and 18th-century England / Mitchell, Linda C. -- 8. 'À la Mode de Paris': Linguistic Patriotism and Francophobia in 18th-century Britain / Beal, Joan C. -- 9. Pronouncing Dictionaries between Patriotism and Prescriptivism: Perspectives on Provincialism in Webster's America / Sturiale, Massimo -- Part 4: Re-defining Boundaries: Ideology and Language Norms -- 10. Patriotism, Empire and Cultural Prescriptivism: Images of Anglicity in the OED / Mugglestone, Lynda -- 11. You Say Nucular; I Say Yourstupid: Popular Prescriptivism in the Politics of the United States / Chapman, Don -- Part 5: Identifying Norms and Attitudes in Postcolonial Contexts -- 12. English and Pidgin in Cameroon: Peaceful or Conflicting Coexistence? / Kouega, Jean-Paul -- 13. Susu not Sousou: Nationalism, Prescriptivism and Etymology in a Postcolonial Creole Language Orthography / Winer, Lise -- Part 6: Prescribing Norms Beyond Borders: Foreign Language Teaching -- 14. Rules for the Neighbours: Prescriptions of the German Language for British Learners / McLelland, Nicola -- 15. Nativeness, Authority, Authenticity: The Construction of Belonging and Exclusion in Debates about English Language Proficiency and Immigration in Britain / Gill, Martin -- Index
ISBN 9781847697813 (electronic bk.)
184769781X (electronic bk.)
9781847697806
1847697801
9781847697820
1847697828
OCLC # 809848633
Additional Format Print version: Languages of nation. Bristol ; Buffalo : Multilingual Matters, ©2012 9781847697806 (DLC) 2012022106 (OCoLC)788266848



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