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Language and Subjectivity - 
      Tim McNamara

Language and Subjectivity

An incisive account of the relationship between language and identity, illuminating the role of language in racism, sexism, colonialism and similar social forces. Les mer
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An incisive account of the relationship between language and identity, illuminating the role of language in racism, sexism, colonialism and similar social forces.
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Forlag: Cambridge University Press
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 262
ISBN: 9781108475488
Format: 22 x 14 cm
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1. The construction of the subject; 2. Discourses of gender and sexuality; 3. Recognition and the colonial other; 4. Racist discourse and everyday language; 5. Language learning and subjectivity; 6. Discourse and subjectivity in face-to-face interaction (1): the interaction oOrder; 7. Discourse and subjectivity in face-to-face interaction (2): inscribing gender; 8. Categorising others in casual conversation; 9. Technologies of subjectivity: language tests and identification; 10. Conclusion: discourse and discipline.
Tim McNamara is Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of Melbourne.