The sociology of language and religion : change, conflict and accommodation

edited by Tope Omoniyi

The concepts of change, conflict and accommodation have been addressed in other subdisciplines of linguistics such as Social-psychology of language, traditional sociolinguistics, ethnography of communication. Therefore the capacity to engage with these concepts must be a test of this emergent field of scholarship. The essays in the volume demonstrate beyond all doubt that the sociology of language and religion is able to respond in creative ways to the issues that these three concepts throw up.

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  • Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction: Change, Conflict and Accommodation
  • T.Omoniyi Jewish Religious Multilingualism
  • B.Spolsky Mauritian Muslims: Negotiating Changing Identities Through Language
  • A.Rajah-Carrim Arabic and Socio-Cultural Change Among the Yoruba
  • O.Salami Authenticating a Tradition in Transition: Language of Hinduism in the U.S
  • R.Pandharipande Blorit -- Pagans' Mohawk or Sabras' Forelock?: Ideological Secularization of Hebrew Terms in Socialist Zionist Israeli
  • A.Yadin& G.Zuckermann Society, Language, History, and Religion: A Perspective on Bangla from Linguistic Anthropology
  • J.Wilce Metaphors of Change: Adolescent Singaporeans Switching Religion
  • P.Ghim-Lian Chew African American Vernacular English, Religion and Ethnicity
  • N.Kamwangamalu Holy Hip-Hop, Language and Social Change
  • T.Omoniyi Index

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書名 The sociology of language and religion : change, conflict and accommodation
著作者等 Omoniyi, Tope
出版元 Palgrave Macmillan
刊行年月 2010
ページ数 xiii, 241 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 9780230516991
NCID BB04566762
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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