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Working With Texts - A Core Introduction to Language Analysis (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition): Ronald Carter, Angela Goddard,... Working With Texts - A Core Introduction to Language Analysis (Paperback, 3rd Revised edition)
Ronald Carter, Angela Goddard, Danuta Reah, Keith Sanger, Nikki Swift; Edited by … 2
R320 R270 Discovery Miles 2 700 Save R50 (16%) In stock

Working with Texts is a well established textbook that introduces students to the main principles of language analysis, through contemporary text examples. Covering a wide range of language areas, the book uses an interactive, activity-based approach to support students' understanding of language structure and variety.

The third edition includes: new material on analyzing sound; an updated range of texts, including literary extracts, advertisements, newspaper articles, comic book strips, excerpts from popular comedy sketches, political speeches, telephone discourse, and internet chat; new extension work to support student-directed study; detailed suggestions after each unit for further reading within the Intertext series as a whole; and an updated list of URLs.

Pragmatics - A Resource Book for Students (Paperback, 3rd New edition): Joan Cutting Pragmatics - A Resource Book for Students (Paperback, 3rd New edition)
Joan Cutting
R345 R326 Discovery Miles 3 260 Save R19 (6%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Routledge English Language Introductions cover core areas of language study and are one-stop resources for students. Assuming no prior knowledge, books in the series offer an accessible overview of the subject, with activities, study questions, sample analyses, commentaries and key readings - all in the same volume. The innovative and flexible 'two-dimensional' structure is built around four sections - introduction, development, exploration and extension - which offer self-contained stages for study. Each topic can also be read across these sections, enabling the reader to build gradually on the knowledge gained. Previously published as Pragmatics and Discourse, the new edition of this best-selling textbook: has been revised and reorganised to focus solely on pragmatics covers the core areas of the subject (context, co-text, speech acts, conversation structure, the cooperative principle, politeness) and extends to more applied areas (corpora and communities, and culture and language learning) draws on a wealth of texts, from political speeches by the British Prime Minister and newspaper articles from the Telegraph and the Times of India, to extracts from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Arthur Miller's play Death of a Salesman provides classic readings from the leading scholars in the discipline, including Ruth Wodak, Jonathan Culpeper, Ronald Wardhaugh and Betty Birner is accompanied by a companion website featuring extra material, activities, and advice for professors and students on how to use the book. Written by an experienced teacher and researcher, this accessible textbook is an essential resource for all students of English language and linguistics.

F*ck Off, I'm Coloring! Swear Word Coloring Book - 40 Cuss Words and Insults to Color & Relax: Adult Coloring Books... F*ck Off, I'm Coloring! Swear Word Coloring Book - 40 Cuss Words and Insults to Color & Relax: Adult Coloring Books (Paperback)
Adult Coloring Books, Swear Word Coloring Book, Swear Word Adult Coloring Book
R198 Discovery Miles 1 980 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
How Second Languages are Learned - An Introduction (Paperback): Roger Hawkins How Second Languages are Learned - An Introduction (Paperback)
Roger Hawkins
R825 Discovery Miles 8 250 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A comprehensive introduction to how people learn second languages (L2s), this textbook approaches the topic through five problems the L2 learner has to solve: 'breaking into' the L2; associating forms with meanings; learning sentence structure; learning phrasal and sentential meaning; and learning the use of the L2 in context. These problems are linked throughout to the L2 acquisition of lexis, morphology, syntax, semantics, phonetics/phonology and language-use in a reader-friendly way, using key studies to build a comprehensive picture of how L2s are learned. 'In a nutshell' summaries of chapter sections provide helpful signposts to the developing argument, whilst end-of-chapter activities encourage the reader to reflect on the ideas presented, analyse data and think creatively about the problems encountered. The roles of innate knowledge, input, and the age at which learning starts are also considered. This essential textbook will enable students to think objectively about language, and will be an asset to any introductory course on second language acquisition.

In Search of the True Russia - The Provinces in Contemporary Nationalist Discourse (Paperback): Lyudmila Parts In Search of the True Russia - The Provinces in Contemporary Nationalist Discourse (Paperback)
Lyudmila Parts
R594 Discovery Miles 5 940 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Russia's provinces have long held a prominent place in the nation's cultural imagination. Popular culture has increasingly turned from the newly prosperous, multiethnic, and westernized Moscow to celebrate the hinterlands as repositories of national traditions and moral strength. Lyudmila Parts argues that this change has directed debate about Russia's identity away from its loss of imperial might and global prestige and toward a hermetic national identity based on the opposition of "us vs. us" rather than "us vs. them." In Search of the True Russia offers an intriguing analysis of the contemporary debate over what it means to be Russian.

On the Offensive - Prejudice in Language Past and Present (Paperback): Karen Stollznow On the Offensive - Prejudice in Language Past and Present (Paperback)
Karen Stollznow
R375 R319 Discovery Miles 3 190 Save R56 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

I'm not a racist, but... You look good, for your age... She was asking for it... You're crazy... That's so gay... Have you ever wondered why certain language has the power to offend? It is often difficult to recognize the veiled racism, sexism, ageism (and other -isms) that hide in our everyday discourse. This book sheds light on the derogatory phrases, insults, slurs, stereotypes, tropes and more that make up linguistic discrimination. Each chapter addresses a different area of prejudice: race and ethnicity; gender identity; sexuality; religion; health and disability; physical appearance; and age. Drawing on hot button topics and real-life case studies, and delving into the history of offensive terms, a vivid picture of modern discrimination in language emerges. By identifying offensive language, both overt and hidden, past and present, we uncover vast amounts about our own attitudes, beliefs and values and reveal exactly how and why words can offend.

Argument Licensing and Agreement (Paperback): Claire Halpert Argument Licensing and Agreement (Paperback)
Claire Halpert
R1,211 Discovery Miles 12 110 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The strikingly unrestricted syntactic distribution of nouns in many Bantu languages often leads to proposals that syntactic case does not play an active role in the grammar of Bantu. This book offers a different conclusion that the basis of Zulu that Bantu languages have not only a system of structural case, but also a complex system of morphological case that is comparable to systems found in languages like Icelandic. By comparing the system of argument licensing found in Zulu to those found in more familiar languages, Halpert introduces a number of insights onto the organization of the grammar. First, while this book argues in favor of a case-licensing analysis of Zulu, it locates the positions where case is assigned lower in the clause than what is found in nominative-accusative languages. In addition, Zulu shows evidence that case and agreement are two distinct operations in the language, located on different heads and operating independently of each other. Despite these unfamiliarities, there is evidence that the timing relationships between operations mirror those found in other languages. Second, this book proposes a novel type of morphological case that serves to mask many structural licensing effects in Zulu; the effects of this case are unfamiliar, Halpert argues that its existence is expected given the current typological picture of case. Finally, this book explores the consequences of case and agreement as dissociated operations, showing that given this situation, other unusual properties of Bantu languages, such as hyper-raising, are a natural result. This exploration yields the conclusion that some of the more unusual properties of Bantu languages in fact result from small amounts of variation to deeply familiar syntactic principles such as case, agreement, and the EPP.

Mainland Southeast Asian Languages - A Concise Typological Introduction (Paperback): N.J. Enfield Mainland Southeast Asian Languages - A Concise Typological Introduction (Paperback)
N.J. Enfield
R671 Discovery Miles 6 710 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This highly accessible introduction explores the core systems and subsystems of the languages of mainland Southeast Asia, applying the main concepts of language typology, phonology, morphology, syntax, sociolinguistics, language variation, and language contact, to this diverse language area. Written by a leading expert in the languages of this region, N. J. Enfield draws upon nearly a thousand data examples from over a hundred languages from Cambodia, China, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam to show the many ways in which these languages resemble each other, and differ from each other, in the context of what is known globally about the diversity of human language. The book highlights the diversity of the area's languages, with a special emphasis on the minority languages, which outnumber the national languages by nearly a hundred to one. The result is a welcome corrective to widespread beliefs about the nature of a 'typical' Southeast Asian language.

Working with English Grammar - An Introduction (Paperback): Louise Cummings Working with English Grammar - An Introduction (Paperback)
Louise Cummings
R648 Discovery Miles 6 480 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This clear and concise introduction offers students of linguistics and English language a comprehensive overview of English grammar, including word structure, major and minor word classes, phrases, clauses and sentences. Based on twenty years' teaching practice, Louise Cummings adopts a unique approach of using three real-world contexts - first language acquisition, language disorders and non-standard dialects - as a pedagogical tool to make grammatical concepts meaningful to students and to improve engagement and understanding. In seven accessible chapters, students are encouraged to develop the analytical skills they require to give a comprehensive description of the grammar of the English language. A range of supportive learning aids is used, including: * Learning objectives and section 'key points' summaries * Varied examples from world Englishes and print media * Homework assignments, exercises and revision questions * Targeted further reading suggestions and 'special topics' boxes * A glossary of 300 entries * An extensive range of online resources for instructors and students, including a test bank of 140 multiple-choice questions, useful links and an answer key.

Speaking Your Mind: Oral Presentation and Seminar Skills (Paperback): Rebecca Stott, Cordelia Bryan, Tory Young Speaking Your Mind: Oral Presentation and Seminar Skills (Paperback)
Rebecca Stott, Cordelia Bryan, Tory Young
R594 Discovery Miles 5 940 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Back to the Blanket - Recovered Rhetorics and Literacies in American Indian Studies (Hardcover): Kimberly G Wieser Back to the Blanket - Recovered Rhetorics and Literacies in American Indian Studies (Hardcover)
Kimberly G Wieser
R1,034 Discovery Miles 10 340 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

For thousands of years, American Indian cultures have recorded their truths in the narratives and metaphors of oral tradition. Stories, languages, and artifacts, such as glyphs and drawings, all carry Indigenous knowledge, directly contributing to American Indian rhetorical structures that have proven resistant - and sometimes antithetical - to Western academic discourse. It is this tradition that Kimberly G. Wieser seeks to restore in Back to the Blanket, as she explores the rich possibilities that Native notions of relatedness offer for understanding American Indian knowledge, arguments, and perspectives. Back to the Blanket analyzes a wide array of American Indian rhetorical traditions, then applies them in close readings of writings, speeches, and other forms of communication by historical and present-day figures. Wieser turns this pathbreaking approach to modes of thinking found in the oratory of eighteenth-century Mohegan and Presbyterian cleric Samson Occom, visual communication in Laguna Pueblo author Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead, patterns of honesty and manipulation in the speeches of former president George W. Bush, and rhetorics and relationships in the communication of Indigenous leaders such as Ada-gal'kala, Tsi'yugunsi'ni, and Inoli. Exploring the multimodal rhetorics - oral, written, material, visual, embodied, kinesthetic - that create meaning in historical discourse, Wieser argues for the rediscovery and practice of traditional Native modes of communication - a modern-day ""going back to the blanket,"" or returning to Native practices. Her work shows how these Indigenous insights might be applied in models of education for Native American students, in Native American communities more broadly, and in transcultural communication, negotiation, debate, and decision making.

Back to the Blanket - Recovered Rhetorics and Literacies in American Indian Studies (Paperback): Kimberly G Wieser Back to the Blanket - Recovered Rhetorics and Literacies in American Indian Studies (Paperback)
Kimberly G Wieser
R599 Discovery Miles 5 990 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

For thousands of years, American Indian cultures have recorded their truths in the narratives and metaphors of oral tradition. Stories, languages, and artifacts, such as glyphs and drawings, all carry Indigenous knowledge, directly contributing to American Indian rhetorical structures that have proven resistant - and sometimes antithetical - to Western academic discourse. It is this tradition that Kimberly G. Wieser seeks to restore in Back to the Blanket, as she explores the rich possibilities that Native notions of relatedness offer for understanding American Indian knowledge, arguments, and perspectives. Back to the Blanket analyzes a wide array of American Indian rhetorical traditions, then applies them in close readings of writings, speeches, and other forms of communication by historical and present-day figures. Wieser turns this pathbreaking approach to modes of thinking found in the oratory of eighteenth-century Mohegan and Presbyterian cleric Samson Occom, visual communication in Laguna Pueblo author Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead, patterns of honesty and manipulation in the speeches of former president George W. Bush, and rhetorics and relationships in the communication of Indigenous leaders such as Ada-gal'kala, Tsi'yugunsi'ni, and Inoli. Exploring the multimodal rhetorics - oral, written, material, visual, embodied, kinesthetic - that create meaning in historical discourse, Wieser argues for the rediscovery and practice of traditional Native modes of communication - a modern-day ""going back to the blanket,"" or returning to Native practices. Her work shows how these Indigenous insights might be applied in models of education for Native American students, in Native American communities more broadly, and in transcultural communication, negotiation, debate, and decision making.

Genie - An Abused Child's Flight from Silence (Paperback, 1st HarperPerennial ed): Russ Rymer Genie - An Abused Child's Flight from Silence (Paperback, 1st HarperPerennial ed)
Russ Rymer
R338 R278 Discovery Miles 2 780 Save R60 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The compelling story of a young woman's emergence into the world after spending her first 13 years strapped to a chair, and her rescue and exploitation by scientists hoping to gain new insight into language acquisition.

An Introduction to Grammar for Language Learners (Paperback): Don Ringe An Introduction to Grammar for Language Learners (Paperback)
Don Ringe
R564 Discovery Miles 5 640 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Learning a foreign language is much easier when it is approached with a knowledge of language structure ('grammar'), but many students find grammar mystifying. This text explains points of grammar straightforwardly using examples from several widely-studied languages, including English, so that students can see how the same principles work across different languages, and how the structures of different languages correspond both formally and functionally. The use of concrete examples makes grammar less abstract and easier to grasp, allowing students to relate what they are learning to knowledge that they already possess unconsciously; it simultaneously brings that knowledge up to a conscious level.

Literature, Law, and Rhetorical Performance in the Anticolonial Atlantic (Hardcover): Anne W Gulick Literature, Law, and Rhetorical Performance in the Anticolonial Atlantic (Hardcover)
Anne W Gulick
R2,283 Discovery Miles 22 830 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Call of Stories - Teaching and the Moral Imagination (Hardcover): Robert Coles The Call of Stories - Teaching and the Moral Imagination (Hardcover)
Robert Coles
R741 R590 Discovery Miles 5 900 Save R151 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Heracles' Bow (Paperback): Heracles' Bow (Paperback)
R603 Discovery Miles 6 030 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The law has traditionally been regarded as a set of rules and institutions. In this thoughtful series of essays, James Boyd White urges a fresh view of the law as an essentially literary, rhetorical, and ethical activity. Defining and elaborating his conception, he artfully bridges the fields of jurisprudence, literature, philosophy, history, and political science. The result, a new approach that may change the way we perceive the legal process, will engage not only lawyers and law students but anyone interested in the relationship between ethics, persuasion, and community. White's essays, though bound by a common perspective, are thematically varied. Each of these pieces makes eloquent and insightful reading. Taken as a whole, they establish, by triangulation, a position from which they all proceed: a view of poetry, law, and rhetoric as essentially synonymous. Only when we perceive the links between these processes, White stresses, can we begin to unite the concerns of truth, beauty, and justice in a single field of action and expression.

The Lexicon (Paperback, New title): James Pustejovsky, Olga Batiukova The Lexicon (Paperback, New title)
James Pustejovsky, Olga Batiukova
R737 Discovery Miles 7 370 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

What is the lexicon, what does it contain, and how is it structured? What principles determine the functioning of the lexicon as a component of natural language grammar? What role does lexical information play in linguistic theory? This accessible introduction aims to answer these questions, and explores the relation of the lexicon to grammar as a whole. It includes a critical overview of major theoretical frameworks, and puts forward a unified treatment of lexical structure and design. The text can be used for introductory and advanced courses, and for courses that touch upon different aspects of the lexicon, such as lexical semantics, lexicography, syntax, general linguistics, computational lexicology and ontology design. The book provides students with a set of tools which will enable them to work with lexical data for all kinds of purposes, including an abundance of exercises and in-class activities designed to ensure that students are actively engaged with the content and effectively acquire the necessary knowledge and skills they need.

Writing against Racial Injury - The Politics of Asian American Student Rhetoric (Paperback): Haivan V Hoang Writing against Racial Injury - The Politics of Asian American Student Rhetoric (Paperback)
Haivan V Hoang
R686 Discovery Miles 6 860 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Writing against Racial Injury recalls the story of Asian American student rhetoric at the site of language and literacy education in post-1960s California. What emerged in the Asian American movement was a recurrent theme in U.S. history: conflicts over language and literacy difference masked wider racial tensions. Bringing together language and literacy studies, Asian American history and rhetoric, and critical race theory, Hoang uses historiography and ethnography to explore the politics of Asian American language and literacy education: the growth of Asian American student organizations and self-sponsored writing; the ways language served as thinly veiled trope for race in the influential Lau v. Nichols; the inheritance of a rhetoric of injury on college campuses; and activist rhetorical strategies that rearticulate Asian American racial identity. These fragments depict a troubling yet hopeful account of the ways language and literacy education alternately racialized Asian Americans while also enabling rearticulations of Asian American identity, culture, and history. This project, more broadly, seeks to offer educators a new perspective on racial accountability in language and literacy education.

Language Development: An Introduction, Global Edition (Paperback, 9th edition): Robert Owens Language Development: An Introduction, Global Edition (Paperback, 9th edition)
Robert Owens
R1,249 R1,035 Discovery Miles 10 350 Save R214 (17%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

For college students in courses with the same topic in communication disorders, psychology, and education. A best-selling, comprehensive, easy-to-understand introduction to language development. This best-selling introduction to language development text offers a cohesive, easy-to-understand overview of all aspects of the subject, from syntax, morphology, and semantics, to phonology and pragmatics. Each idea and concept is explained in a way that is clear to even beginning students and then reinforced with outstanding pedagogical aids such as discussion questions, chapter objectives, reflections, and main point boxed features. The book looks at how children learn to communicate in general and in English specifically, while emphasizing individual patterns of communication development. The new Ninth Edition continues the distribution of bilingual and dialectal development throughout the text; expands the discussion of children from lower-SES families, including those living in homeless shelters; makes substantial improvements in the organization and clarity of Chapter 4 on cognition and its relationship to speech and language; consolidates information on Theory of Mind in one chapter; improves readability throughout with more thorough explanations, simplification of terms, and increased use of headings and bullets; weeds out redundancies and asides to help streamline the reading; provides more child language examples throughout; and thoroughly updates the research, including the addition of several hundred new references.

The Dictionary Wars - The American Fight over the English Language (Paperback): Peter Martin The Dictionary Wars - The American Fight over the English Language (Paperback)
Peter Martin
R440 R367 Discovery Miles 3 670 Save R73 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A compelling history of the national conflicts that resulted from efforts to produce the first definitive American dictionary of English The Dictionary Wars recounts the patriotic fervor in the early American republic to produce a definitive national dictionary that would rival Samuel Johnson's 1755 Dictionary of the English Language. But what began as a cultural war of independence from Britain devolved into a battle among lexicographers, authors, scholars, and publishers, all vying for dictionary supremacy and shattering forever the dream of a unified American language. Peter Martin tells of the intense rivalry between America's first lexicographers, Noah Webster and Joseph Emerson Worcester, and how their conflict continued beyond Webster's death, when the ambitious Merriam brothers acquired publishing rights to Webster's American Dictionary. The dictionary wars also engaged America's colleges, libraries, newspapers, religious groups, and state legislatures at a pivotal historical moment that coincided with rising literacy and the print revolution. Delving into personal stories and national debates, The Dictionary Wars examines the linguistic struggles that underpinned the founding and growth of a nation.

Grammatical Voice (Paperback): Fernando Zuniga, Seppo Kittila Grammatical Voice (Paperback)
Fernando Zuniga, Seppo Kittila
R635 Discovery Miles 6 350 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The grammatical category of voice covers a wide range of phenomena, including causatives, applicatives, passives, antipassives, middles, and others. Drawing on data from over 200 languages, Fernando Zuniga and Seppo Kittila illustrate the semantic, morphological, and syntactic variation of voice across languages from a range of families and regions. They approach the topic from a broad and explicit perspective, and discuss a variety of topics that are not always regarded as voice, in order to make a clear and useful conceptual delimitation. Clearly organized and accessibly written, the book will be welcomed by students and scholars of linguistics, especially those interested in how grammatical categories work.

Language and Television Series - A Linguistic Approach to TV Dialogue (Paperback): Monika Bednarek Language and Television Series - A Linguistic Approach to TV Dialogue (Paperback)
Monika Bednarek
R771 Discovery Miles 7 710 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book offers a comprehensive linguistic analysis of contemporary US television series. Adopting an interdisciplinary and multimethodological approach, Monika Bednarek brings together linguistic analysis of the Sydney Corpus of Television Dialogue with analysis of scriptwriting manuals, interviews with Hollywood scriptwriters, and a survey undertaken with university students about their consumption of TV series. In so doing, she presents five new and original empirical studies. The focus on language use in a professional context (the television industry), on scriptwriting pedagogy, and on learning and teaching provides an applied linguistic lens on TV series. This is complemented by perspectives taken from media linguistics, corpus linguistics and sociocultural linguistics/sociolinguistics. Throughout the book, multiple dialogue extracts are presented from a wide variety of well-known fictional television series, including The Big Bang Theory, Grey's Anatomy and Bones. Researchers in applied linguistics, discourse analysis, critical discourse analysis, corpus linguistics, sociolinguistics and media linguistics will find the book both stimulating and unique in its approach.

Making Sense - Conversations on Consciousness, Morality, and the Future of Humanity (Hardcover): Sam Harris Making Sense - Conversations on Consciousness, Morality, and the Future of Humanity (Hardcover)
Sam Harris
R677 R553 Discovery Miles 5 530 Save R124 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Immediate Fiction - A Complete Writing Course (Paperback, First): J Cleaver Immediate Fiction - A Complete Writing Course (Paperback, First)
J Cleaver
R516 Discovery Miles 5 160 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Only Writing Book You'll Ever Need
From the legendary creator of the Writer's Loft in Chicago, comes a writing course for those who want to see results now. "Immediate Fiction" covers the entire process of writing including manuscript preparation, time management, finding an idea, getting words on the page, staying unblocked, and submitting to agents and publishers.
With insightful tips and advice, Jerry Cleaver helps writers manage doubts, fears, blocks, and panic all while helping to develop their writing in minutes a day. A practical and accessible resource, this book has everything the aspiring writer needs to write and sell novels, short stories, screenplays, and stage plays.

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