LIVING LANGUAGE: 25 ESSAYS IN MODERN SOCIOLINGUISTICS Leonard R. N. Ashley

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Published: July 1st 2014

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LIVING LANGUAGE: 25 ESSAYS IN MODERN SOCIOLINGUISTICS by Leonard R. N. Ashley
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LIVING LANGUAGE is 25 essays on many aspects of a big subject. It is authoritative, by the long-time president of The American Society of Geolinguistics (ASG). ASG was founded in 1965 by Mario A. Pei for the study of language in action in the modernMoreLIVING LANGUAGE is 25 essays on many aspects of a big subject. It is authoritative, by the long-time president of The American Society of Geolinguistics (ASG). ASG was founded in 1965 by Mario A.

Pei for the study of language in action in the modern world as it affects culture, commerce, politics, personal and national identity, and indeed the whole macrosociolinguistic picture. ASG publishes the journal Geolinguistics and holds an annual international conference and it publishes the proceedings of participants from Europe, Asia, Australia, Central America, US, UK, etc. From those and other sources along with some brand new materials here is a variety of essays, presented in a familiar style, chiefly on American and British English but also English as the world’s second language, and more.

This book is wide-ranging, wise, witty, opinionated, deeply researched, useful, & controversial.



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