Expanding Our Sociolinguistic Horizons? Geographical Thinking and the Articulatory Potential of Commodity Chain Analysis – Journal of Sociolinguistics – article

Expanding Our Sociolinguistic Horizons? Geographical Thinking and the Articulatory Potential of Commodity Chain Analysis Crispin Thurlow | Journal of Sociolinguistics 2019-11-01 Conceptual linearity and analytic parochialism (aka focus) can make it more difficult for sociolinguists or discourse analysts to apprehend the far‐reaching, exploitative ways inequality is nowadays produced. A suitably material‐cum‐materialist class critique certainly entails empirical …

Expanding Our Sociolinguistic Horizons? Geographical Thinking and the Articulatory Potential of Commodity Chain Analysis – Journal of Sociolinguistics – article Read More »