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Language and Power in the Modern World by…

Language and Power in the Modern World

by Mary Talbot, David Atkinson, Karen Atkinson

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This text explores the key areas of modern society in which language constitutes power and social relations. These are presented in five sections: multilingualism, identity and ethnicity; language and generation; language and gender; language and the media; and language and organizations.… (more)

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