Book review

  title={Book review},
  author={Monish Bhatia},
  journal={State Crime Journal},
  • Monish Bhatia
  • Published 1 January 2019
  • Sociology
  • State Crime Journal
This study examines the Greek language as used by residents of the Western (dp) and Northern (vp) suburbs of Athens. Theodoropoulou offers an original theoretical perspective and draws on a wide range of data—from ethnographic interviews to popular literature, television, hip-hop, and Facebook—to docu-ment special features and discourses characteristic of speech styles identified with vp and dp. These features and discourses are discussed in relation to three orders of indexicality across… 


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