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Cultural studies : theory and practice
Foreword by Paul Willis PART ONE: FOUNDATIONS OF CULTURAL STUDIES An Introduction to Cultural Studies Central Problems in Cultural Studies PART TWO: QUESTIONS OF CULTURE Questions of Culture andExpand
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The Dynamics of Vagueness
L'idee que l'utilisation d'un predicat imprecis, c'est-a-dire d'un predicat dont le sens est incomplet, change selon le contexte est generalement admise. L'A. se propose ici d'analyser le mecanismeExpand
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Television, globalization and cultural identities
Introduction - television, globalization and cultural identities disturbing cultural identities global television and global culture the construction and representation of race and nation theExpand
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Continuations and the Nature of Quantification
This paper proposes that the meanings of some natural language expressions should be thought of as functions on their own continuations. Continuations are a well-established analytic tool in theExpand
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Cultural Studies and Discourse Analysis: A Dialogue on Language and Identity
Language, Culture, Discourse Language, Identity and Cultural Politics Tools for Discourse Analysis The Name of the Father Performing Masculine Identities The Language of Ethnicity The UnbearableExpand
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Group Terms in English: Representing Groups as Atoms
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  • J. Semant.
  • 1992
Group terms in English denote atomic individuals, that is, entities lacking internal structure. Expand
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The SAGE Dictionary of Cultural Studies
'A scholarly lexicon and stimulating "rough guide" for cultural studies as it confronts and navigates the shifting sands of past, present and future' - Tim O'Sullivan, Head of Media and CulturalExpand
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Partitives, Double Genitives and Anti-Uniqueness
This paper offers an explanation for a little-known but striking phenomenon first discussed by Jackendoff (1968b) that I will call ANTI-UNIQUENESS: partitives are incompatible with the definiteExpand
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Explaining Crossover and Superiority as Left-to-right Evaluation
We present a general theory of scope and binding in which both crossover and superiority violations are ruled out by one key assumption: that natural language expressions are normally evaluated (processed) from left to right. Expand
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Parasitic scope
I propose the first strictly compositional semantic account of same. New data, including especially NP-internal uses such as two men with the same name, suggests that same in its basic use is aExpand
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