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A Place to Stand: Politics & Persuasion in a Working-Class Bar (Oxford Studies in Sociolinguistics)

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Linguists have become increasingly interested in examining how class culture is socially constructed and maintained through spoken language. Julie Lindquist's examination of the linguistic ethnography of a working-class bar in Chicago is an important and original contribution to the field. She examines how regular patrons argue about political issues in order to create a group identity centered around political ideology. She also shows how their political arguments are actually a rhetorical genre, one which creates a delicate balance between group solidarity and individual identity, as well as a tenuous and ambivalent sense of class identity.

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Oxford University Press is one of the oldest and best-known publishing houses in the world. This history, originally published to mark 500 years of printing in Oxford, traces the transformation of the Press from a lucrative Bible house into a great national and international publishing

business. Great names in the early history of the Press, like Laud, Fell, and Blackstone, laid sound foundations, but as late as the 1890s the University was censured for sanctioning the publication of the secular and profane literature of Marlowe and Shakespeare.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780195140385
Author:
Lindquist, Julie
Publisher:
Oxford University Press, USA
Location:
Oxford
Subject:
Linguistics
Subject:
Anthropological linguistics
Subject:
Linguistics | Sociolinguistics
Subject:
Linguistics | Sociolinguistics and Anthropological Linguistics
Subject:
English language
Subject:
Oral communication
Subject:
Political Process - General
Subject:
Sociolinguistics
Subject:
Persuasion (rhetoric)
Subject:
Chicago (Ill.) Social life and customs.
Subject:
Politics - General
Subject:
Linguistics | Sociolinguistics & Anthropological Linguistics
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Includes bibliographical references.
Series:
Oxford studies in sociolinguistics
Series Volume:
84-351
Publication Date:
20020131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
Professional and scholarly
Language:
English
Illustrations:
12 halftones
Pages:
216
Dimensions:
8.86x6.64x.54 in. .69 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Oxford University Press is one of the oldest and best-known publishing houses in the world. This history, originally published to mark 500 years of printing in Oxford, traces the transformation of the Press from a lucrative Bible house into a great national and international publishing

business. Great names in the early history of the Press, like Laud, Fell, and Blackstone, laid sound foundations, but as late as the 1890s the University was censured for sanctioning the publication of the secular and profane literature of Marlowe and Shakespeare.

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