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Tue Sep 14 2004

TOC: Language and Communication 24:4 (2004)

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  1. j.neden, Language and Communication 24:4-Special Issue: Acts of Alterity

Message 1: Language and Communication 24:4-Special Issue: Acts of Alterity

Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2004 04:39:30 -0400 (EDT)
From: j.neden <j.nedenelsevier.com>
Subject: Language and Communication 24:4-Special Issue: Acts of Alterity



Publisher: 	Elsevier Ltd. 
		http://www.elsevier.com/locate/linguistics
	
Journal Title: Language & Communication
Volume Number: 24
Issue Number: 4
Issue Date: October 2004
Subtitle: Acts of Alterity


Main text:
			
Acts of Alterity
Edited by: A. Hastings and P. Manning

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Introduction: acts of alterity
A. Hastings, P. Manning
pp 291-311
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`Dealing emotional blows': realism and verbal `terror' at the Russian
state theatrical academy
A. Lemon
pp 313-337
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Shifting subjects: elocutionary revolution and democracy in
eighteenth-century America and twentieth-century India
B. Bate
pp 339-353
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Repertoires of registers: dialect in Japanese discourse
C. Ball
pp 355-380
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The nation, the state, and the neighbors: personation in
Irish-language discourse
S. Coleman
pp 381-411
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The linguistic ideologies of modern Japanese honorifics and the
historic reality of modernity
W. Koyama
pp 413-435
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Lingfield(s):	Anthropological Ling,
		Discourse Analysis,
		Socioling
			 
Subject Language(s):	Russian (Language Code: RUS),
			Japanese (Language Code: JPN),
			Irish (Language Code: GLI)
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