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We are now just over 8 months into the start of our research project, Translation and Translanguaging: Investigating Linguistic and Cultural Transformations in Superdiverse Wards in Four UK Cities… 681 more words
All this reading recently in Johnson’s chapter “Bookrolls as Media” and in Stolley’s “The Lo-Fi Manifesto” about the symbolic power associated with languages and medias of all sorts has got me thinking about some of the sociological implications of language and media. 846 more words
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Sociolinguistics is the study of the positive and negative effects of society on language, while the sociology of language is the reverse, and focuses on language’s effect on society.
The Challenges of Maintaining Indigenous Ecological Knowledge
By Joe McCarter, Michael C. Gavin, Sue Baereleo, and Mark Love
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Increased interest in indigenous ecological knowledge (IEK) has led to concern that it is vulnerable amidst social and ecological change.