Article published in:Contemporary Chinese Discourse and Social Practice in China
Edited by Linda Tsung and Wei Wang
[Studies in Chinese Language and Discourse 4] 2015
► pp. 81–100
Language Ideology and Semiotic Negotiation in Mongolian Use
As Owen Lattimore points out, the right to move and the right to settle mark an ecological-cum-ideological division between nomadism and agriculturalism in Inner Asia. Though marketization has brought the Chinese Mongols and the Han ever closer, the need for ideological negotiation remains, which is best reflected in the discourse of Mongolian language use in Inner Mongolia and beyond. Language ideology is more about “reason” while semiotic negotiation takes place along the three dimensions of sign (representaman), object, and interpretant, a Peircean triadic division I adopt in this chapter. Language use involves reasoning as much as materiality.
Published online: 09 October 2015
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