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'Mind the Gap': social space in linguistic landsacpe studies

Mac Giolla Chríost, Diarmait 2020. 'Mind the Gap': social space in linguistic landsacpe studies. In: Malinowski, David and Tufi, Stefania eds. Reterritorializing Linguistic Landscapes: Questioning Boundaries and Opening Spaces, Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 77-94. (10.5040/9781350077997.0011)

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Despite considerable theoretical and methodological innovation, it remains the case that it is not unreasonable to ask how intellectually distinctive LLS is when one considers fields such as visual anthropology, the sociology of advertising, of which the offering by Goldman and Papson (1996) merits considerable attention by researchers in the field of LLS, or even some contributions to international law. Indeed, the point made several years ago by Laur (2007) that LLS suffers from a “lack of shared conceptualizations” and that “a number of methodological questions are raised, such as how sample neighbourhoods are and should be selected, how data should be analyzed and presented” still holds, to a considerable degree. Similarly, a lack of methodological clarity sits at the core of Nash’s (2012: 553) criticism: “The problematic of defining the field of LL and utilizing its epistemology and method beyond ‘simply a collection of somewhat...

Item Type: Book Section
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Welsh
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
ISBN: 9781350077966
Last Modified: 19 May 2020 12:30

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