Language, Interaction and National Identity: Studies in the Social Organisation of National Identity in Talk-in-interaction
Stephen Hester, William Housley
Ashgate, 2002 - Social Science - 249 pages
Employing a previously neglected perspective on the construction and communication of national identity, this book addresses the lived reality of these identities and explores the level of situated talk and interaction in which they are actually expressed and used.
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