Constructing languages and publics
Special Issue of Pragmatics 5:2 (1995)
[Pragmatics, 5:2] 1995. ca. 125 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
Constructing languages and publics: Authority and representationSusan Gal and Kathryn A. Woolard | pp. 129–138
The family romance of colonial linguistics: Gender and family in nineteenth-century representations of African languagesJudith T. Irvine | pp. 139–153
Linguistic theories and national images in 19th century HungarySusan Gal | pp. 155–166
Representing Native American oral narrative: The textual practices of henry rowe schoolcraftRichard Bauman | pp. 167–183
From the meaning of meaning to the empires of the mind: Ogden’s orthological englishMichael Silverstein | pp. 185–195
Junk Spanish, covert racism, and the (leaky) boundary between public and private spheresJane H. Hill | pp. 197–212
State speech for peripheral publics in JavaJ. Joseph Errington | pp. 213–224
Creating evidence: Making sense of written words in BosaviBambi B. Schieffelin | pp. 225–243
Outlaw language: Creating alternative public spheres in Basque free radioJacqueline Urla | pp. 245–261
Performing the peopleBenjamin Lee | pp. 263–280
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