Human Language Has Changed In The Age Of Globalization No Longer Tied To Stable And Resident Communities, It Moves Across The Globe, And It Changes In The Process The World Has Become A Complex Web Of Villages, Towns, Neighbourhoods And Settlements Connected By Material And Symbolic Ties In Often Unpredictable Ways This Phenomenon Requires Us To Revise Our Understanding Of Linguistic Communication In The Sociolinguistics Of Globalization Jan Blommaert Constructs A Theory Of Changing Language In A Changing Society, Reconsidering Locality, Repertoires, Competence, History And Sociolinguistic Inequality.
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- 213 pages
- The Sociolinguistics of Globalization
- Jan Blommaert
- 14 May 2017 Jan Blommaert