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by Jannis K. Androutsopoulos,Alexandra Georgakopoulou

  • ISBN: 1588113558
  • Category: Words Language and Grammar
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  • Author: Jannis K. Androutsopoulos,Alexandra Georgakopoulou
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company (May 28, 2003)
  • Pages: 346
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Jannis K. Androutsopoulos, Alexandra Georgakopoulou. Based on detailed empirical analyses, the.

Jannis K. Based on detailed empirical analyses, the twelve chapters offer examinations of how youth identities from late childhood up to early twenties are locally constructed in text and talk. The settings and types of social organization investigated range from private letters to graffiti, from peer group talk to video clips, from schoolyard to prison.

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Request PDF On May 1, 2005, Crispin Thurlow and others published Jannis K. Androutsopoulos and Alexandra . Linguistische Berichte 90: 25^38. Androutsopoulos and Alexandra Georgakopoulou(ed. Discourse Constructions of Youth Identities(Pragmatics & Beyond Series, 110). Androutsopoulos & Alexandra Georgakopoulou (ed. (2003) Discourse Constructions of Youth . (2003) Discourse Constructions of Youth Identities Amsterdam: Benjamins (Pragmatics & Beyond ns 110). Interactions amongst "young" people have time and again formed the data of numerous sociolinguistic studies. At the same time, they demonstrate the embeddedness of constructions of youth identities in local activities and communities of practice where they interact with other social identities and factors, in particular gender and ethnicity.

Discourse constructions of youth identities: Introduction Jannis K. Androutsopoulos and Alexandra Georgakopoulou 1-25 I. Peer group identities Linguistic variation and the construction of social identity in a German-Turkish setting: A case study of an immigrant youth. Peer group identities Linguistic variation and the construction of social identity in a German-Turkish setting: A case study of an immigrant youth group in Mannheim, Germany Werner Kallmeyer and Inken Keim 29-46 Nicknames and teasing: A case study of a linguistically and culturally mixed peer-group

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Discourse constructions of youth identities more. by Alexandra Georgakopoulou. The paper used in this publication meets the minimum requirements 8 TM of American National Standard for Information Sciences–Permanence of Paper for Printed Library Materials, ansi z39.

This volume sets out to foreground the issues of youth identity in the context of current sociolinguistic and discourse research on identity construction. Based on detailed empirical analyses, the twelve chapters offer examinations of how youth identities from late childhood up to early twenties are locally constructed in text and talk. The settings and types of social organization investigated range from private letters to graffiti, from peer group talk to video clips, from schoolyard to prison. Comparably, a wide range of languages is brought into focus, including Danish, German, Greek, Japanese, and Turkish. Drawing on various discourse analytic paradigms (e.g. Critical Discourse Analysis, Conversation Analysis), the contributions examine and question notions with currency in the field, such as young people's linguistic creativity and resistance to mainstream norms. At the same time, they demonstrate the embeddedness of constructions of youth identities in local activities and communities of practice where they interact with other social identities and factors, in particular gender and ethnicity.