The Routledge Language and Cultural Theory Reader

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Lucy Burke, Tony Crowley, Alan Girvin
Psychology Press, 2000 - 511 Seiten
This is a core introduction to the most innovative and influential writings to have shaped and defined the relations between language, culture and cultural identity.

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THEORISING THE SIGN
13
Benedetto Croce
33
LANGUAGE IN HISTORY
48
Leo Spitzer
64
Muriel R Schulz
82
LANGUAGE AND SUBJECTIVITY
100
THOUGHT AND WORD 1934
122
Jacques Lacan
132
THE DISCOURSE OF LANGUAGE 1970
231
LANGUAGE COMMUNITIES
249
Mikhail Bakhtin
269
ENGLISHES
285
David Dabydeen
302
Braj B Kachru
317
LANGUAGE AND CREATIVITY
330
Julia Kristeva
345

LANGUAGE AND GENDER
139
WHO MADE THE WORLD? 1980
145
Robin Lakoff
154
Hélène Cixous
161
Denise Riley
167
Judith Butler
174
LANGUAGE AND SEXUALITY
180
PART THREE
181
Edmund White
189
Hortense J Spillers
197
Deborah Cameron
205
ORDER AND DIFFERENCE 21
221
G I Vinokur
362
LANGUAGESCULTURES
373
Bronislaw Malinowski
386
Claude LéviStrauss
401
LANGUAGE AND COLONIALISM
416
Ngũgĩ wa Thiongo
434
SOCIAL CLASS LANGUAGE AND SOCIALIZATION 1970
448
Pierre Bourdieu
467
Bibliography
486
Index
503
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Both Tony Crowley and Lucy Burke are in the English Department at the University of Manchester. Tony is Professor of English and was departmental head for last year. He is co-editor for our Politics of Language series. Alan Girvin has recently moved to the University of Strathclyde. Lucy and Alan are both lecturers in their respective English departments.

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