As a term designating a particular…

25 05 2009

If you like theoretical language – and who doesn’t? – then this introduction to Linguistic Etnography by Angela Creese will undoubtedly float your boat. By the way, I like the new design of the UK LEF website. Elegant and transparent. All it needs now is a fitting logo.

As a term designating a particular configuration of interests within the broader field of socio- and applied linguistics, ‘linguistic ethnography’ (LE) is a theoretical and methodological development orientating towards particular, established traditions but defining itself in the new intellectual climate of late modernity and post-structuralism.

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