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TOC: Language in Society Vol 32, No 5 (2003)

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Subject: Language in Society 32:5

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Journal Title: Language in Society
Volume Number: 32
Issue Number: 5
Issue Date: Nov 2003

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Community and commodity in French Ontario

"Al fin que ya los cueros no van a correr": Pragmatics of power in
H�ah�u (Otomi) markets
Jos� Antonio Flores Farf�n

Coffeetalk: Starbucks and the commercialization of casual
American Sign Language in virtual space: Interactions between deaf
users of computer-mediated video communication and the impact of
technology on language practices

JAN BLOMMAERT (ed.), Language ideological debates. (Language, Power
and Social Process, 2.) Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter,
1999. Pp. xiii, 447. Hb $74.00, pb $25.00.
Eric Hoenes Del Pinal

JOSHUA A. FISHMAN (ed.), Handbook of language and ethnic identity. New
York: Oxford University Press, 1999. Pp. xii, 468. Hb 50.00.
Joan Pujolar

DAVID HERMAN, Story logic. Lincoln & London: University of Nebraska
Press, 2002, Pp. xvi, 477. Hb $60.00
Anna De Fina

ANNA LIVIA, Pronoun envy: Literary uses of linguistic gender. Oxford &
New York: Oxford University Press, 2001. Pp. x, 237 (including
index). Hb $49.95, pb $29.95.
Sally McConnell-Ginet
RON SCOLLON, Mediated discourse: The nexus of practice. London & New
York: Routledge, 2001. Pp. ix, 182. Pb $29.80; and YULING PAN, SUZANNE
WONG SCOLLON, & RON SCOLLON. Professional communication in
international settings. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2002. Pp. x, 240. Hb
Hao Sun

SIMON FRANKLIN, Writing, society and culture in early Rus,
c. 950-1300. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. Pp. xv,
325. Hb $65.00 US; and SEAN HAWKINS, Writing and colonialism in
Northern Ghana: The encounter between the LoDagaa and "the world on
paper". Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002. Pp. xv, 468. Hb
$80.00 Can.
David R. Olson

NANETTE GOTTLIEB & PING CHEN (eds.), Language planning and language
policy: East Asian perspectives. Richmond, UK: Curzon, 2001. Pp. x,
210. ISBN 0-7007-1468-5.
Paul Bruthiaux
JOHN ALGEO (ed.), The Cambridge history of the English language,
vol. 6: English in North America. Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press, 2001. Pp. xxxii, 625. Hb. $120.00.
Matthew J. Gordon

JULIE LINDQUIST, A place to stand: Politics and persuasion in a
working-class bar. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press,
2002. Pp. viii, 199. Pb $29.95.
Joli Jensen

ROBERT BRINGHURST, A story as sharp as a knife: The classic Haida
mythtellers and their world. Vancouver & Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre,
1999. Pp. 527. Hb $45.00; ROBERT BRINGHURST, Nine visits to the
mythworld: Ghandl of the Qayahl Llaanas. (Masterworks of the Classical
Haida Mythtellers, vol. 2.) Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press,
2000. Pp. 222. Hb $37.95; and ROBERT BRINGHURST, Being in being: The
collected works of Skaay of the Qquuna Qiighawaay. (Masterworks of the
Classical Haida Mythtellers, vol. 3.) Lincoln: University of Nebraska
Press, 2001. Pp. 397. Hb. $35.00
Dell Hymes

Taitaduhaan: Western Mono ways of speaking. Norman: University of
Oklahoma Press, 2002. (CD-ROM)
William Bright
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