Readings in Language Studies Volume 5 Language and Society

Readings in Language Studies  Volume 5  Language and Society
Author : Paul Chamness Miller
Publisher : International Society for Language Studies, Incorporated
Total Pages : 316
Release : 2016-01-30
ISBN 10 : 0977911497
ISBN 13 : 9780977911493
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Readings in Language Studies Volume 5 Language and Society Book Description:

Language and Society is the fifth volume of the Readings in Language Studies series published by the International Society for Language Studies, Inc. Edited by Paul Chamness Miller, Hidehiro Endo, John L. Watzke, and Miguel Mantero, volume five sustains the society's mission to organize and disseminate the work of its contributing members through peer-reviewed publications. The book presents international perspectives on language and society in three thematic sections: teaching practices & pedagogy, policy, and culture. A resource for scholars and students, Language and Society represents the latest scholarship in new and emergent areas of inquiry.


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