Language and society

@inproceedings{Halliday2009LanguageAS,
  title={Language and society},
  author={M. A. K. Halliday and Jonathan J. Webster},
  year={2009}
}
Preface Acknowledgments Part 1: Users and Uses Editor's Introduction 1. The Users and Uses of Language Part 2: Sociolinguistic Theory Editor's Introduction 2. Language in a Social Perspective 3. Language and Social Man 4. Sociological Aspects of Semantic Change 5. Language as Social Semiotic: Towards a General Sociolinguistic Theory 6. Some Aspects of Sociolinguistics Part 3: Language and Social Class Editor's Introduction 7. 'Foreword' to Basil Bernstein's Class, Codes and Control Vol. II… Expand
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