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On Becoming Bilingual Children’s Experiences Across Homes, Schools, and Communities

On Becoming Bilingual: Children’s Experiences Across Homes, Schools, and Communities

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Patricia Baquedano-López, Paul B. Garrett
December 17, 2022

On Becoming Bilingual: Children’s Experiences across Homes, Schools, and Communities provides a theoretical and methodological introduction to research on children’s participation in and across a multiplicity of activities where they display complex linguistic and sociocultural knowledge. From a ...

Linguistic Relativity Today Language, Mind, Society, and the Foundations of Linguistic Anthropology

Linguistic Relativity Today: Language, Mind, Society, and the Foundations of Linguistic Anthropology

1st Edition

By Marcel Danesi
March 16, 2021

This is the first textbook on the linguistic relativity hypothesis, presenting it in user-friendly language, yet analyzing all its premises in systematic ways. The hypothesis claims that there is an intrinsic interconnection between thought, language, and society. All technical terms are explained ...

Food and Language Discourses and Foodways across Cultures

Food and Language: Discourses and Foodways across Cultures

1st Edition

By Kathleen C. Riley, Amy L. Paugh
August 08, 2018

Food and Language: Discourses and Foodways across Cultures explores in innovative ways how food and language are intertwined across cultures and social settings. How do we talk about food? How do we interact in its presence? How do we use food to communicate? And how does social interaction feed us...

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