From: Daniel Davies <ddaviescambridge.org>
Subject: Language in Society Vol 37, No 2 (2008)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Journal Title: Language in Society
Volume Number: 37
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: 2008
Sign language contact and interference: ASL and LSM
“They live in Lonesome Dove”: Media and contemporary Western Apache place-naming
Construing confrontation: Grammar in the construction of a key historical
narrative in Umpithamu
Jean-Christophe Verstraete, Barbara De Cock
Colonial dialect contact in the history of European languages: On the
irrelevance of identity to new-dialect formation
Colonization, population contacts, and the emergence of new language varieties:
A response to Peter Trudgill
Identity formation and accommodation: Sequential and simultaneous relations
Accommodation versus identity? A response to Trudgill
The delicate constitution of identity in face-to-face accommodation: A response
A question of identity: A response to Trudgill
Contact is not enough: A response to Trudgill
Janet Holmes, Paul Kerswill
On the role of children, and the mechanical view: A rejoinder
Anne O'Keeffe, Investigating media discourse. London: Routledge. 2006.
Peter A. Cramer
Alessandro Duranti (ed.), A companion to linguistic anthropology. Malden, MA:
Blackwell, 2004, 2006.
Deborah Cameron & Don Kulick (eds.), The language and sexuality reader. London &
New York: Routledge, 2006.
Ian Hutchby, Media talk: Conversation analysis and the study of broadcasting.
Berkshire, UK: Open University Press, 2006.
Louis de Saussure & Peter Schulz (eds.), Manipulation and ideologies in the
twentieth century: Benjamins, 2005.
Teun van Dijk
Donal A. Carbaugh, Cultures in conversation. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2005.
Roger W. Shuy, Linguistics in the courtroom: A practical guide. New York: Oxford
University Press, 2006.
Ronald R. Butters
Sali Tagliamonte, Analysing sociolinguistic variation
Jane Sunderland, Language and gender: An advanced resource book. London & New
York: Routledge, 2006.
Rose Rickford, Celia Kitzinger
Rhiannon Bury, Cyberspaces of their own: Female fandoms online. New York: Peter
J. W. Unger
Michael A. K. Halliday, On grammar. London: Continuum, 2002.
J. W. Unger
Durk Gorter (ed.), Linguistic landscape: A new approach to multilingualism.
Clevedon: Multilingual Matters, 2006.
Thomas D. Mitchell
Bronwen Martin and Felizitas Ringham, Key terms in semiotics. London & New York:
Nathan S. Atkinson
Helen Sauntson & Sakis Kyratzis (eds.), Language, sexualities and desires:
Cross-cultural perspectives. Hampshire & New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.
Wilson McLeod (ed.), Revitalising Gaelic in Scotland. Edinburgh: Dunedin
Academic Press, 2006.
Alexander Bergs, Social networks and historical sociolinguistics: Studies in
morphosyntactic variation in the Paston letters (1421–1503). Berlin: Mouton de
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