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Vol 3, No 2 (2009)

Analysing language as a way to understand social phenomena. Analyser le langage pour comprendre les phénomènes sociaux

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Table of Contents


Approaching language as a social practice: reflections on some implications for the analysis of language PDF
Philippe Hambye , Jean-Louis Siroux 131-147
De l’indissociabilité du langagier et du social [On the inseparability of the linguistic and the social] PDF
Bernard Lahire 149-175
The Political Economy of Texts: A Case Study in the Structuration of Tourism PDF
Monica Heller , Joan Pujolar 177-201
Mots, fréquence et réseaux dans le discours politique. Analyse lexicométrique, méthode et illustration dans deux corpus de textes européens [Words, frequency and networks in political discourse: lexicometric analysis in two corpora of European texts] PDF
Corinne Gobin , Jean-Claude Deroubaix 203-227
Indeterminacy and Regularization: a process-based approach to the study of sociolinguistic variation and language ideologies PDF
Alexandra M Jaffe 229-251
Revisiting the Need for New Approaches to Social Class in Variationist Sociolinguistics PDF
Christine Mallinson , Robin Dodsworth 253-278


Quantitative Methods in Linguistics. Keith Johnson (2008) PDF
Jenifer Larson-Hall 279-284
The Language and Sexuality Reader. Deborah Cameron and Don Kulick (eds) (2006) PDF
Vianna Renaud 285-289
Growing Up with Three Languages. Xiao-Lei Wang (2008) PDF
Jean-Marc Dewaele 291-293
El español hablado en Malaga. Matilde Vida Castro (ed.) (2007); Malaga: Editorial Sarriá S.L. pp. 188 (with CD Rom); ISBN: 978-84-96799-04-2 PDF
Elaine Marie Fraser 295-296

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