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Vol 5, No 1 (2011)

Fictionalising orality

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Table of Contents

Guest Editorial

Fictionalising orality: introduction PDF
Carolina P. Amador , Kevin McCafferty 1-13

Articles

Imagining conversation: how people think people do things with words PDF
Klaus P. Schneider 15-36
Modern Japanese “Role Language” (Yakuwarigo): fictionalised orality in Japanese literature and popular culture PDF
Mihoko Teshigawara , Satoshi Kinsui 37-58
Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South and Wives and Daughters. A sociolinguistic study with special reference to the representation of nonstandard dialect PDF
Gunnel Melchers 59-79
Dostoevsky’s landlady: portrayals of a mock German accent in Prestuplenie i Nakazanie (Crime and Punishment) in Russian and translation PDF
Martin Paviour-Smith , Peter R. Petrucci , Akie Hirata 81-101
Exploring the representation of orality: the use of vocatives in two Spanish-speaking films, Machuca and Volver PDF
María Palma-Fahey 103-126
‘Normal people like us don’t use that type of language. Remember this is the real world.’ The language of Father Ted: representations of Irish English in a fictional world PDF
Shane Walshe 127-148

Reviews

Book Review: Dimensions of Forensic Linguistics John Gibbons and M. Teresa Turell (eds) (2008) John Benjamins: Amsterdam, pp. 316 ISBN 9789027205216 (hardback); 978 90 272 9115 8 (e-Book) PDF
Joanna Garbutt , Malcolm Edwards 149-154
Book Review: Language, Discourse and Social Psychology. Ann Weatherall, Bernadette M. Watson and Cindy Gallois (eds). 2007 New York: Palgrave Macmillian. pp. 309 ISBN 978-1-4039-9595-7 PDF
Ruxandra Comanaru 155-160
Book Review: Towards Multilingual Education: Basque educational research from an international perspective. Jasone Cenoz (2009) Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters, pp. 271 ISBN 9781847691927 PDF
Ruxandra Comanaru 161-164
Book Review: Towards Multilingual Education: Basque educational research from an international perspective. Jasone Cenoz (2009) Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters, pp. 271 ISBN 9781847691927 PDF
Anat Stavans 165-168
Book Review: Teacher cognition and language education. Simon Borg (2009) London: Continuum, pp. 320 ISBN 9781847063335 PDF
John Ippolito 169-172
Book Review: Materials for the sociolinguistic description and corpus-based study of Spanish in Barcelona. Robert E. Vann (2009). New York: Edwin Mellen Press, pp. 263. ISBN: 978-0-7734-4871-1 PDF
María José Serrano 173-176
Book Review: El castellano en las tierras de habla catalana. Carsten Sinner and Andreas Wesch (eds) (2008) Madrid and Frankfurt: Iberoamericana and Vervuert, pp. 361 ISBN 978-84-8489-348-6 (Iberoamericana) 978-3-86527-369-7 (Vervuert) PDF
Ilpo Kempas 177-179



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