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Building Community: Identity, Interdiscursivity and Language Choice in Everyday Narrative. Zane Goebel Graduate School of Letters, Nagoya University JAPAN. 1. INTRODUCTION.
Building Community: Identity, Interdiscursivity and Language Choice in Everyday Narrative
Zane GoebelGraduate School of Letters, Nagoya University
Aim - to show the relationships between everyday narrative (EN), code genesis and identity/community formation projects in a diverse setting.
Thesis – My main argument is that:
RESOURCES SET 2
Local styles = lang + context)
RESOURCES SET 3
Styles as a result of participation in other COP
LONGEST TF (Resource Set 1)
Enregistered varieties (Agha 2003) that link social persona and characteristics with linguistic forms
RESOURCE SETS 1, 2 & 3)
Resources and indexical relations built in procedural timeframe increasingly mediate appropriation of Resource Sets 1 & 3
4 Fieldwork Methods and Setting
Table 2: Indexical relationships between code choice & context
Extract 2 Socialization through language usage: (Re)producing norms for speaking conduct
In bring this all together perhaps the most important point is:
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