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Discursive constructions of immigrant identity

Inke Du Bois

Discursive constructions of immigrant identity

a sociolinguistic trend study on long-term American immigrants

by Inke Du Bois

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Published by Peter Lang in Frankfurt am Main .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • German language,
  • Germany,
  • Sociolinguistics,
  • Immigrants,
  • Code switching (Linguistics),
  • English language,
  • Language and culture

  • Edition Notes

    StatementInke Du Bois
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP115.3 .D8 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 219 p. :
    Number of Pages219
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24906036M
    ISBN 103631612753
    ISBN 109783631612750
    LC Control Number2011001870
    OCLC/WorldCa697612940

    Title: Microsoft Word - 42 The Autobiographic Discursive Construction of Immigrant Created Date: 1/21/ PM. Three dimensions of identity construction are distinguished and highlighted as dilemmatic but deserving prominence in the discursive construction of identity: (a) the navigation of agency in terms of a person-to-world versus a world-to-person directionality; (b) the differentiation between self and other as a way to navigate between uniqueness.

    Maria del Puy Ciriza UIUC 1. Introduction. This research examines the linguistic devices involved in the construction of Basque national identity and specifically in argumentative discourse, as a way to enter into the individuals’ subjective opinions, emotional attitudes and beliefs towards Basque nationalist l studies have attested a common trend in the choice of linguistic.   The question of inclusion has dominated debates about American identity and is a central concern in research on immigration and assimilation. Early immigration literature understood assimilation as adoption of and acceptance into white Anglo-Saxon Protestant culture, positing that immigrant groups would adopt the characteristics of the dominant group, namely, Protestant whites (Gans

      From the perspective of discursive identity, identity construction is understood through an evaluation of how one signals identity in the moment, how those signals are interpreted and recognized over time, and how sociocultural contexts mediate this process (Brown et al., ). Study. In this study, we ask the following two questions: •. book review The critical surf studies reader. Gazi Published online: 24 Jul identity positioning by US, China, and Philippine opinion editorials on the Scarborough Shoal conflict A case study of immigrant students' construction of national identity through the analysis of their discourse in a Greek Intercultural school.


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[Inke Du Bois]. The present critical discourse study explores the discursive construction of immigrant identity of Mohajir/Urdu Speaking people in Pakistan through the analysis of an autobiographic discourse in the form of My Lifes Journey by Altaf Hussain.

Discourse Historical Approach of CDA serves as the theoretical and analytical framework for this study. This framework is based on themes and discursive.

This volume brings together specialists from a range of disciplines to discuss the discursive construction of ethnic, national and regional identities and analyse how specific identity discourses condition and constrain knowledge and action with regard to various socio-political issues in Europe.

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This book studies how language-in-education policies for additional language learning discursively construct ideologies of the relationships between languages and their speakers.

It offers a critical analysis of policy documents from different contexts through a series of in-depth case studies that show how ideologies are articulated and developed.

Table 2. Strategies of self and immigrant reference and representation - "Alterity in the representation of immigrants in the presidential speeches of George W. Bush (): a critical discourse study".

Discursive Constructions of Immigrant Identity A Longitudinal Sociolinguistic Trend Study on Long-term American immigrants Book January with 71 Reads How we measure 'reads'. DISCURSIVE CONSTRUCTIONS OF MIGRANTS: VERBAL AND VISUAL IMAGES OF THE “OTHER” | I-LanD Journal – Identity, Language and Diversity International Peer.

SAGE Publications is an independent international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media. Known for our commitment to quality and innovation, we are a world leader in our chosen scholarly, educational, and professional markets. This article examines the professional identity construction of three young 2nd generation immigrant women of Moroccan descent who have university degrees and high-skilled jobs.

More specifically, I focus on how they construct this professional identity in relation to their gender and ethnicity. The data consist of interviews in which the interviewer explicitly probes for the relation between.

Essentially, discursive identity construction consists of a give-and-take relationship between individuals, who retain discursive agency, and institutions, through which meanings are produced and reproduced, leading to inequality and power struggles within any given discourse. Interpretive Methodology and CDA.

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Chapter 2 The Discursive Construction of National Identity (pp. ) Since the s, the term ‘discourse’ has become common currency in an everyday research sense in a variety of humanities and social science disciplines, including the applied branches of linguistics.

Discursive Constructions of Identity in European Politics (Language and Globalization) Richard C. Mole In the study of European politics and society ever-greater importance is attached to the role of ideational factors such as identity and discourse.

The Discursive Construction of National Identity constitutes both an important analysis of the ways that national identity is formed through discourse and also is a major exemplar of Wodak's work. Experts will welcome a new edition of such a well regarded book.'--Professor Michael Billig, Department of Social Sciences, Loughborough UniversityReviews: 3.

“The book is well-written and accessible to a wide range of audiences. It is an important contribution to the study of bilingualism and of couples talk specifically, but also, more generally, to the study of second language acquisition and language and identity.

The media is incredibly important in the discursive construction of the undocumented immigrant (Santa Anna 49). Drawing on the work of Robert Entman, Otto Santa Ana points to the influence of media on public opinion through the provision of easily accessible information.

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This book analyzes discourses of national identity in Europe with particular attention to Austria/5(1).