Using Taiwan as a case study, this book constructs an innovative theory of a political sociology of language. Through documentary and ethnographic data and a comparative-historical method the book illustrates how language mediates interactions between society and the state and becomes politicized as a result; how language, politics and power are intertwined processes; and how these processes are not isolated in institutions but socially embedded.
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Language, Society, and the State
From Colonization to Globalization in Taiwan
Bezorgdatum:tussen maandag, 9. november en woensdag, 11. november