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This insightful text: Offers an engaging introduction to the field of linguistic anthropology Features all-new material covering contemporary technologies and global developments Explains how language use is studied as a form of social ...

Author: Laura M. Ahearn

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119608141

Category: Social Science

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A new, fully revised edition of this bestselling textbook in linguistic anthropology, updated to address the impacts of globalization, pandemics, and other contemporary socio-economic issues in the study of language Living Language: An Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology has introduced thousands of students to the engaging and compelling field of linguistic anthropology. Now in a new, fully updated and revised third edition, this bestselling textbook provides a student-friendly exploration of language as a social and cultural practice. Covering both theory and real-world practice, this clear and highly accessible textbook examines the relationship between language and social context while highlighting the advantages of an ethnographic approach to the study of language. The third edition includes a timely new chapter that investigates how technologies such as social media and online meetings have changed language. The new edition also considers the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on linguistic practices, ensuring that this text will be a valuable resource for students for years to come. This insightful text: Offers an engaging introduction to the field of linguistic anthropology Features all-new material covering contemporary technologies and global developments Explains how language use is studied as a form of social action Covers nonverbal and multimodal communication, language acquisition and socialization, the relationship between language and thought, and language endangerment and revitalization Explores various forms of linguistic and social communities, and discusses social and linguistic differentiation and inequality along racial, ethnic, and gender dimensions Requiring no prior knowledge in linguistics or anthropology, Living Language: An Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology, Third Edition, is the perfect textbook for undergraduate and graduate courses in introductory linguistic anthropology as well as related courses in sociolinguistics, sociology, and communication.
2021-03-08 By Laura M. Ahearn

Journalof Linguistic Anthropology 15(1): 1–150. Ahearn, Laura M. 2012. Living Language: An Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology. Blackwell Primers in Anthropology.Chichester, West Sussex,UK; Malden, MA: WileyBlackwell.

Author: N. J. Enfield

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139992329

Category: Social Science

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The field of linguistic anthropology looks at human uniqueness and diversity through the lens of language, our species' special combination of art and instinct. Human language both shapes, and is shaped by, our minds, societies, and cultural worlds. This state-of-the-field survey covers a wide range of topics, approaches and theories, such as the nature and function of language systems, the relationship between language and social interaction, and the place of language in the social life of communities. Promoting a broad vision of the subject, spanning a range of disciplines from linguistics to biology, from psychology to sociology and philosophy, this authoritative handbook is an essential reference guide for students and researchers working on language and culture across the social sciences.
2014-09-11 By N. J. Enfield

Living Language: An Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology, Blackwell Primers in Anthropology. Chichester, Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. Bernard, H. Russell. 2018. Research Methods in Anthropology: Qualitative and Quantitative ...

Author: Sabina M. Perrino

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350117464

Category: Social Science

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For research in linguistic anthropology, the successful execution of research projects is a challenging but essential task. Balancing research design with data collection methods, this textbook guides readers through the key issues and principles of the core research methods in linguistic anthropology. Designed for students conducting research projects for the first time, or for researchers in need of a primer on key methodologies, this book provides clear introductions to key concepts, accessible discussions of theory and practice through illustrative examples, and critical engagement with current debates. Topics covered include creating and refining research questions, planning research projects, ethical considerations for research, quantitative and qualitative data collection methods, data processing, data analysis, and how to write a successful grant application. Each chapter is illustrated by cases studies which showcase methods in practice, and are supported by activities and exercises, discussion questions, and further reading lists. Research Methods in Linguistic Anthropology is an essential resource for both experienced and novice linguistic anthropologists and is a valuable textbook for research methods courses.
2021-12-16 By Sabina M. Perrino

Genealogies for the Present in Cultural Anthropology. ... “The Measure of America: How a Rebel Anthropologist Waged War on America. ... Living Language: An Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology (Primers in Anthropology).

Author: Janice E. Stockard

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9780357639245

Category: Social Science

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2020-04-28 By Janice E. Stockard

Primers. in. Anthropology. Each volume in this series offers a lively take on a traditional area of anthropological ... Living Language: An Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology, Second Edition Laura M. Ahearn People and Nature An ...

Author: Emilio F. Moran

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118877418

Category: Social Science

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Now updated and expanded, People and Nature is a lively, accessible introduction to environmental anthropology that focuses on the interactions between people, culture, and nature around the world. Written by a respected scholar in environmental anthropology with a multi-disciplinary focus that also draws from geography, ecology, and environmental studies Addresses new issues of importance, including climate change, population change, the rise of the slow food and farm-to-table movements, and consumer-driven shifts in sustainability Explains key theoretical issues in the field, as well as the most important research, at a level appropriate for readers coming to the topic for the first time Discusses the challenges in ensuring a livable future for generations to come and explores solutions for correcting the damage already done to the environment Offers a powerful, hopeful future vision for improved relations between humans and nature that embraces the idea of community needs rather than consumption wants, and the importance of building trust as a foundation for a sustainable future
2016-07-28 By Emilio F. Moran

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ISBN: PRNC:32101076032497

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Author: Hansjakob Seiler

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105011832032

Category: Langage et langues

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Author: Georg Henrik von Wright

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ISBN: OCLC:521934938

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Introduction by CHAD THOMPSON with ELIZA JONES . Transcribed by ELIZA JONES . Translated by ELIZA JONES and CHAD THOMPSON . Fairbanks : Yukon Koyukuk School District and Alaska Native Language Center , 1996. Revised ed .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105022117449

Category: Comparative linguistics

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June 13 , 2003 . Abbi A. ( 2006 ) Endangered languages of Andaman Islands . Muenchen : Lincom GmbH . Basu , D.N. ( 1952 ) A Linguistic Introduction to the Andamanese . Bulletin of Department of Anthropology . 12 , 55--70 .

Author: R. Elangaiyan

Publisher: Central Institute of Indian Languages Min Urce and Developme

ISBN: STANFORD:36105124223715

Category: Endangered languages

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Proceedings of the 10th FEL Conference, held at Central Institite for Indian Languages, Mysore, India in 2006. A collection of papers on multilingualism in relation to language endangerment, with sections on endangerment, contact effects, religion and documentation, literacy, relations with linguistic majorities, development andcommunity language support.
2007 By R. Elangaiyan