Cultural Linguistic Contributions to World Englishes
Special issue of International Journal of Language and Culture 4:2 (2017)
[International Journal of Language and Culture, 4:2] 2017. v, 152 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Cultural linguistic contributions to World Englishes: Introduction to the Special IssueHans-Georg Wolf, Frank Polzenhagen & Arne Peters | pp. 121–126
Fairies, banshees, and the church : Cultural conceptualisations in Irish EnglishArne Peters | pp. 127–148
Embedding cultural conceptualization within an adopted language: The English of Aboriginal AustraliaIan G. Malcolm | pp. 149–169
Matrimonial adverts in Indian English: Notes on the contextualisation of a text typeFrank Polzenhagen & Sandra Frey | pp. 170–196
A corpus-based analysis of cultural conceptualizations from the domains of family and money in Hong Kong EnglishDenisa Latić & Hans-Georg Wolf | pp. 197–214
Conceptualizations of sociopolitical culture in Hong Kong and Mainland China: An analysis of the Occupy Central Movement in the Western pressRay C. H. Leung | pp. 215–233
Cultural conceptualisations in Vietnamese EnglishThuy Ngoc Dinh | pp. 234–253
Conceptualizations of respect in business negotiations : A research noteMilene Mendes de Oliveira | pp. 254–272
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