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Selected pages Title Page. The selections are both historically oriented and thematically coherent and are grouped according to four major themes: It provides an excellent and long overdue discussion of terminology, American lingustic anthropology’s development within Cultural Anthropology, its subsequent drift away from anthropology towards an independent discipline increasingly focused on theoretical anthropologists in the late s, and its reestablishment as a subfield of anthropology in the ss.
The theories and methods of linguistic linguitsic are introduced through a discussion of linguistic diversity, grammar in use, the role WileyFeb 22, – Social Science – pages.
Linguistic Anthropology will appeal to undergraduate and graduate students. Account Options Sign in. Leaders in the theory and practice of contemporary linguistic anthropology are well represented, and all of the articles are excellent; indeed, most are recognized as contemporary “classics” in the field.
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His publications include From Grammar to Politics: A Reader is a comprehensive collection of the best work that has been published in this exciting and growing area of anthropology, and is organized to provide a guide to key issues in the study of language as a cultural resource and speaking as a cultural practice. One of the very few books I’ve every seriously considered burning out of spite.
Linguistic Anthropology Alessandro Duranti Limited preview – Linguistic Anthropology Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics. A Reader Alessandro Duranti No preview available – A clue can be gained from the titles of the four parts into which the reader is divided.
D has chosen to define the field rather narrowly. The leading article in this section is E linor O chs and B ambi B. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Blackwell anthologies in anthrooology and cultural anthropology 1.
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Preface to the Second Edition. Alessandro Duranti introduces linguistic anthropology as an interdisciplinary field which studies language as a cultural resource and speaking as a cultural practice. Of the twenty selections Alessandro Duranti has included in this reader, ten were originally published between and and ten between and You are currently using the site but have requested a page in the site.
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Linguistic Anthropology: A Reader, 2nd Edition
As a textbook this reader makes a very useful teaching aid, as a source book it provides valuable insights into the discipline of linguistic anthropology. These papers place the speakers of languages within speech communities that instill in them specific language skills and provide them with the contexts in which these skills are then meaningfully employed.
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This reader is an excellent addition to the growing library of readers in linguistic anthropology and a valuable new resource for both students and teachers. The Performance of Language: