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Language Ideologies and Canadian Media explores how French and English Canadian media discuss languages and language issues, which language ideologies predominate in English and French, and whether language ideologies in traditional news media are transferred to new and social media. Using corpus linguistics and discourse analysis and a variety of different datasets ranging from print newspapers to online news, commentary and Twitter, the author argues that language ideologies in Canadian media have a bearing not only on the extent to which Canadian language policies are adopted, but also on…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Language Ideologies and Canadian Media explores how French and English Canadian media discuss languages and language issues, which language ideologies predominate in English and French, and whether language ideologies in traditional news media are transferred to new and social media.
Using corpus linguistics and discourse analysis and a variety of different datasets ranging from print newspapers to online news, commentary and Twitter, the author argues that language ideologies in Canadian media have a bearing not only on the extent to which Canadian language policies are adopted, but also on the very way that Canadians understand themselves and their place in the nation.
Autorenporträt
Dr Rachelle Vessey is Lecturer in Applied Linguistics at Newcastle University (UK) and has published her work on language ideologies in Canadian media in a range of academic journals, including Multilingua, Corpora, Language and Politics, Discourse & Society, and Journal of Multicultural Discourses.
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"This is a thoroughly scholarly book, well researched with sources that are diverse and comprehensive, a treasure trove that will be invaluable for researchers and general audiences alike." (Saira Fitzgerald, Language Problems and Language Planning, Issue 2, 2019)