"An excellent overview of an important and complex interdisciplinary area, provided through a varied set of texts which are engaging and challenging, but still accessible."-Mark Sebba, Lancaster University, UK "This text is to be recommended for students, teachers and interested lay readers interested in the (changing) ways in which language has been used to articulate matters of race and ethnicity.."-Peter Sercombe, Northumbria UniversityVom Verlag:
Language, Race and Ethnicity: A Reader an essential resource for all students of sociolinguistics, ethnic studies, linguistics, anthropology and intercultural studies. This accessible Reader collects in one volume the key readings on language, ethnicity and race.
Roxy Harris and Ben Rampton introduce students to the current debates surrounding issues of language and diversity, colonialism and migration, identity and appropriation. Invaluable editorial material guides the student through different sections of the book, which look at how language is used in different ethnic groups and how such uses are discussed and reported. Using linguistic and cultural analysis, the Reader explores changing ideas of ethnicity and race around the world, and the ways in which these ideas shape human communication.
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