The Native Speaker Concept

Publisher : Walter de Gruyter

ISBN-13 : 3110220946

Page : 401 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 946 voters

Presents a fresh look at the 'native speaker' by situating him/her in wider sociopolitical contexts. Using anthropological frameworks and ethnographic data from around the world, this book addresses the questions of who qualifies as a 'native speaker' and his/her social relations in the regime of standardization in multilingual situations.

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