Linguistic Justice

Linguistic Justice for Europe and for the World (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by libr at July 17, 2017
Linguistic Justice for Europe and for the World (repost)

Linguistic Justice for Europe and for the World (Oxford Political Theory) by Philippe Van Parijs
English | ISBN: 0199208875 | 2011 | 320 pages | PDF | 1,3 MB

Linguistic Justice for Europe and for the World (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at March 18, 2014
Linguistic Justice for Europe and for the World (repost)

Linguistic Justice for Europe and for the World (Oxford Political Theory) by Philippe Van Parijs
English | ISBN: 0199208875 | 2011 | 320 pages | PDF | 1,3 MB

In Europe and throughout the world, competence in English is spreading at a speed never achieved by any language in human history. This apparently irresistible growing dominance of English is frequently perceived and sometimes indignantly denounced as being grossly unjust.

Linguistic Justice for Europe and for the World  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by roxul at March 24, 2012
Linguistic Justice for Europe and for the World

Philippe van Parijs, "Linguistic Justice for Europe and for the World"
English | ISBN: 0199208875 | 2011 | 320 pages | PDF | 1,3 MB

Language and the Law: Linguistic Inequality in America  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at Sept. 5, 2017
Language and the Law: Linguistic Inequality in America

Language and the Law: Linguistic Inequality in America by Douglas A. Kibbee
2016 | ISBN: 1107623111, 1107025311 | English | 240 pages | PDF | 2 MB

Translating the Social World for Law: Linguistic Tools for a New Legal Realism  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at April 23, 2017
Translating the Social World for Law: Linguistic Tools for a New Legal Realism

Translating the Social World for Law: Linguistic Tools for a New Legal Realism by Elizabeth Mertz and William K. Ford
English | 2016 | ISBN: 0199990557 | 312 pages | PDF | 2,5 MB
A Forensic Linguistic Approach to Legal Disclosures: ERISA Cash Balance Conversion Cases and the Contextual Dynamics...

A Forensic Linguistic Approach to Legal Disclosures: ERISA Cash Balance Conversion Cases and the Contextual Dynamics of Deception by James Stratman
English | 2015 | ISBN: 1138920053 | 216 pages | PDF + EPUB | 2,8 + 2 MB

A Reader in Latina Feminist Theology: Religion and Justice  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Oct. 27, 2016
A Reader in Latina Feminist Theology: Religion and Justice

A Reader in Latina Feminist Theology: Religion and Justice by Maria Pilar Aquino
English | Apr. 15, 2002 | ISBN: 0292705123 | 321 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

Speaking for the growing community of Latina feminist theologians, the editors of this volume write, "With the emergence and growth of the feminist theologies of liberation, we no longer wait for others to define or validate our experience of life and faith…. We want to express in our own words our plural ways of experiencing God and our plural ways of living our faith. And these ways have a liberative tone."

English in America: A Linguistic History [reduced]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by FenixN at Aug. 16, 2016
English in America: A Linguistic History [reduced]

English in America: A Linguistic History
12xHDRip | MP4/AVC, ~301 kb/s | 854x480 | Duration: 05:56:46 | English: AAC, 166 kb/s (2 ch) | + PDF Guide
Size: 1.14 GB | Genre: Linguistic

Think about this: How would you address a group of two or more people? Would your default terminology be: ”you all,” “yous,” ”you lot,” “you guys,” “you’uns,” “yinz,” “you,” “y’all,” or something else? Would that change depending on whom you were talking to or where you were using it? What do you call a long sandwich that contains cold cuts and vegetables? Is it a “sub,” “grinder,” “hoagie,” “hero,” “poor boy,” “bomber,” “Italian sandwich,” or something else? Your answers can provide revealing insights about who you are, where you grew up or live now, and your social, economic, and educational background.

English in America: A Linguistic History  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by FenixN at July 13, 2016
English in America: A Linguistic History

English in America: A Linguistic History
12xHDRip | MP4/AVC, ~1505 kb/s | 1280x720 | Duration: 05:56:47 | English: AAC, 192 kb/s (2 ch) | + PDF Guide
Size: 4.25 GB | Genre: Linguistic

Think about this: How would you address a group of two or more people? Would your default terminology be: ”you all,” “yous,” ”you lot,” “you guys,” “you’uns,” “yinz,” “you,” “y’all,” or something else? Would that change depending on whom you were talking to or where you were using it? What do you call a long sandwich that contains cold cuts and vegetables? Is it a “sub,” “grinder,” “hoagie,” “hero,” “poor boy,” “bomber,” “Italian sandwich,” or something else? Your answers can provide revealing insights about who you are, where you grew up or live now, and your social, economic, and educational background.
Kristina Beckman, "An Immigrant's Run-in With the Law: A Forensic Linguistic Analysis" (repost)

Kristina Beckman, "An Immigrant's Run-in With the Law: A Forensic Linguistic Analysis"
Publisher: Lfb Scholarly Pub | 2007 | ISBN: 1593322348 | English | PDF | 212 pages | 1.8 Mb

Beckman applies linguistic theory to a single, actual court case. The case, U. S. v. L. Kong (CR00-0956-TUC-RCC), involves a licensed gun dealer who was charged with illegally selling weapons. His defense was that his abilities in English his first language is Chinese were not sufficient to understand some of the minor points of law. …