4 edition of The sociolinguistics of interlingual communication found in the catalog.
The sociolinguistics of interlingual communication
Eugene Albert Nida
|Statement||Eugene A. Nida.|
|Series||Collection Traductologie, Collection "Traductologie" (Editions du Hazard)|
|LC Classifications||P40 .N47 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||118 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||98221616|
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Nida. The Sociolinguistics of Interlingual Communication. Reviewer. Michel Ballard | Arras. The background of modern sociolinguistics. Sociolinguistics is commonly regarded as a new field of inquiry which investigates the language usage of particular human groups and relies on data sources and analytical paradigms quite distinct from those employed by linguists.
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La publication decetouvrage nous interpelle à deux titres au moins: elle est l'occasion d'entendre à nouveau l'auteurde Toward a Science of Translating dans un espace [ p.
] relativement restreint ( pages) mais bien occupé; c'est aussi l'ouverture d'une collection "Traductologie" aux Éditions du Hazard sous l'égide de l'Institut Supérieur de Traducteurs et Interprètes de Bruxelles. Directions in Sociolinguistics is a now classic collection of pioneering essays by leading sociolinguists.
It is published here for the first time in paperback and incorporates an extensive new bibliography. English as an International Language, Cross-cultural Communication, Computer-Mediated Communication, and general issues in sociolinguistics and pragmatics.
Her publications include articles in various refereed journals and books in the eld. She has recently co-edited a book on Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language.
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Despite the title on the cover, the central concern is later described as ‘the sociolinguistics of translating’ (59), organized around five main.
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The editors of this volume unite these different perspectives and approaches and bring together recent research from linguistics, sociolinguistics, ethnography of communication, anthropology and sociology to provide an up-to-date analysis of different varieties of professional discourse and their historical by: The most helpful introductions to sociolinguistics are the two volumes by Ralph W.
Fasold, The Sociolinguistics of Society () and The Sociolinguistics of Language (). These do not deal with translation as such, but contain numerous insights that are relevant to any kind of interlingual communication. 3 The Ethnography of Communication (third edition) Muriel Saville-Troike 4 Discourse Analysis Michael Stubbs 5 The Sociolinguistics of Society: Introduction to Sociolinguistics, Volume I Ralph Fasold 6 The Sociolinguistics of Language: Organization of the Book 8 2 Basic Terms, Concepts, and Issues 10 Patterns of Communication 10File Size: KB.
The books included in this series provide comprehensive accounts of some of the most central and most rapidly developing areas of research in linguistics. Intended primarily for introductory and post-introductory students, they include exercises, discussion points, and suggestions for further reading.
The sociolinguistics of interlingual communication (Collection Traductologie) Jan by Eugene Albert Nida Unknown Binding. The book offers a meandering path through the main issues in (American) sociolinguistics and indeed in general theories of language use, mostly on the level of a leisurely introductory course.
A companion to the authors Sociolinguistics of Society, this textbook, examines the influence of social interaction in language use and discusses a variety of facts about language from the commonplace to the : Ralph W.
Fasold.In short, the primary research in interlingual communication, in the sciences (and in other fields), should be to reduce the medium of communications to a single form first, before indexing, abstracting, cataloguing, and documentation are attempted—these are the final steps if confusion and duplication are to be avoided.
Next, communication.In the first volume of this kind for years, the editors have assembled a definitive view of the discipline bringing together much original work in sociolinguistics, ranging from fundamental theoretical statements and methodological articles, to classic explorations in dialect and style variation, language attitudes and stereotyping, multilingualism, face-to-face interaction and ethnography of.