Language, Identity and Contemporary Society (2nd edition) Rajesh Kumar and Om Prakash (eds) (2019)

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  • Genevoix Nana Durham University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/sols.37221

Keywords:

Language, culture, identity, sociolinguistics, language and idexicality

Abstract

Language, Identity and Contemporary Society (2nd edition) Rajesh Kumar and Om Prakash (eds) (2019) Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Pp. 239 ISBN: 9781527520332(hbk) ISBN: 1527520331 (hbk) 

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2021-12-20

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Nana, G. (2021). Language, Identity and Contemporary Society (2nd edition) Rajesh Kumar and Om Prakash (eds) (2019). Sociolinguistic Studies, 15(2-4), 353–360. https://doi.org/10.1558/sols.37221

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