Multiliteracy practices and values: An ethnographic account of a Panjabi family in Britain.
Saxena, Mukul (1996) Multiliteracy practices and values: An ethnographic account of a Panjabi family in Britain. In: Maybin, J. and Mercer, N., (eds.) Using English from conversation to canon. English language: past, present and future series. The English language : past, present and future, Vol. 2 . London, England: Routledge. ISBN 0415131200Full text not available from this repository.
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|Item Type:||Book Item|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Social Sciences > Centre for Applied Linguistics|
|Series Name:||English language: past, present and future series. The English language : past, present and future|
|Place of Publication:||London, England|
|Book Title:||Using English from conversation to canon|
|Editor:||Maybin, J. and Mercer, N.|
|Number of Pages:||326|
English is used the world over by people at work, play and in artistic endeavours. In this volume, the second in a series of four, writers from a range of academic disciplines examine a wide variety of texts and discourse, from everyday conversation to the literary canon. Topics include: everyday conversation, English in the workplace, English and rhetoric, literary practices, English and popular culture, and language and literature. Interdisciplinary in approach, it provides an introduction to the ways in which language is shaped and used in practice. It should be of use to students of language, communication studies, and literacy and literature.
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