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New Geographies of Language

Language, Culture and Politics in Wales

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  • © 2019

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  • Provides a comprehensive account of the geography of the Welsh language
  • Presents a rich geographical engagement with the study of languages
  • Embeds the geographical study of languages within a wider social scientific and theortical context
  • Sets a research agenda for the geographical study of language

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This book develops a novel approach to the study of language, bringing it into dialogue with the latest geographical concepts and concerns and provides a comprehensive account of the geography of Welsh language analysing policy development, language use, ability and shift. The authors examine in particular: the different ways in which languages can be mapped; how geographical insights can be used to develop understandings of language use; the value of assemblage theory as a way of interpreting the social, technical and spatial aspects of language policy development; and the geographies that characterise institutional engagements with languages. This book will set a research agenda for the geographical study of language, developing a conceptual framework that will offer fresh insights to researchers in the fields of Applied Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Minority Languages, Geolinguistics, and Public Policy.



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Authors and Affiliations

  • Department of Geography and Earth Sciences, Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, UK

    Rhys Jones

  • Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, UK

    Huw Lewis

About the authors

Rhys Jones is Professor of Human Geography at Aberystwyth University, UK

Huw Lewis is Lecturer in International Politics at Aberystwyth University, UK



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