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Journal Title: Virittäjä
Volume/Issue:   116 / 3-4
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: VIRITTÄJÄ VOLUME 116 (2012)
Journal of the Kotikielen Seura (Society for the Study of Finnish)
ISSN 0042-6806

Price: 58 EUR abroad, 51 EUR in Finland

Each issue comprises 160 pages containing articles, review articles, book reviews and a discussion section in Finnish. The abstracts of articles are given also in English.


TOC: Vol. 116, issue 3: Special issue on language ideologies

ANNE MÄNTYNEN, MIA HALONEN, SARI PIETIKÄINEN & ANNA SOLIN: Theory and practice in the analysis of language ideologies

ANNA SOLIN: Genre change as a language-ideological process: Conflicts in introducing a new genre

ANNE MÄNTYNEN: Language ideologies in practice: The construction of word-order norms in the translation process of non-fiction

SARI PIETIKÄINEN: Language ideologies in practice: A nexus analysis of a multilingual Inari Sámi speaker’s language biography


TOC: Vol. 116, issue 4

ANNI JÄÄSKELÄINEN: The conjunction kunnes ‘until’ and its qualities of subordination

LAURA VISAPÄÄ: On the interpretation of the Finnish joka relative clause

NIINA LILJA: Do you know what ‘swamp’ means? Topicalising linguistic asymmetry in second-language interaction


For complete backlists and English summaries of the articles see our homepage:

http://ojs.tsv.fi/index.php/virittaja/issue/archive

http://www.kotikielenseura.fi/virittaja/

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Publisher: Society for the Study of Finnish
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
 
LL Issue: 24.1161