Routledge
Useful Web Links Colour Paintings: Unit 1 Children's Language Acquisition Language & Educational Linguistics
Discussion Topics Conversation Analysis Pragmatics Gricean Implicature Interpreting Utterances Sociolinguistics Grammar Language Change Multilingualism Semantics Words
What is a sentence? Apostrophes Matter Lost Consonants Old Words, New Meanings Punctuation Matters Startings and Finishings
Introduction Contents List Sample Reading Reader Sample Bookmap Strands Bookmap Cross-referencing

Language in Use: a Reader

Book Support Materials

Strands to support course components in a range of subject areas

Reading numbers and authors are listed below. These are within and across the Reader's four parts, which themselves represent the major strands of Language and Interaction, Language Systems, Language and Society, and Language and Mind.

English language
  • 2.1 Plag
  • 2.2 Hughes, Trudgill and Watt
  • 2.5 Milroy
  • 2.6 Goatly
  • 2.7 Hadfield, Hadfield and Gupta
  • 3.1 Le Page and Tabouret-Keller
  • 3.2 Bialystok
  • 3.3 Crystal
  • 3.4 Wright
  • 4.6 Haskell, MacDonald and Seidenberg
Child language acquisition
  • 3.2 Bialystok
  • 4.3 Pinker
  • 4.4 Farrar
  • 4.5 Diessel
  • 4.6 Haskell, MacDonald and Seidenberg
  • 4.7 Kress and van Leeuwen
Construal
  • 1.2 Davies
  • 1.3 Barry and Merrison
  • 1.4 Butters
  • 2.3 Halliday
  • 2.6 Goatly
  • 4.2 Goodwin, Goodwin and Olsher
Identity
  • 1.6 Grainger
  • 1.7 Benwell and Stokoe
  • 2.2 Hughes, Trudgill and Watt
  • 2.7 Hadfield, Hadfield and Gupta
  • 3.1 Le Page and Tabouret-Keller
  • 3.5 Turner
  • 3.7 McEnery
Standard/non-standard
  • 2.2 Hughes, Trudgill and Watt
  • 2.3 Halliday
  • 2.5 Milroy
  • 3.1 Le Page and Tabouret-Keller
  • 3.3 Crystal
  • 3.7 McEnery
Power and politeness
  • 1.5 Mills
  • 1.6 Grainger
  • 2.5 Milroy
  • 3.6 Fairclough
  • 3.7 McEnery
Conversation analysis
  • 1.1 Sacks
  • 1.6 Grainger
  • 1.7 Benwell and Stokoe
  • 4.2 Goodwin, Goodwin and Olsher
Semiotics
  • 2.3 Halliday
  • 2.4 Sutton-Spence and Woll
  • 3.6 Fairclough
  • 4.2 Goodwin, Goodwin and Olsher
  • 4.7 Kress and van Leeuwen
Language disorder
  • 1.6 Grainger
  • 4.1 Obler and Gjerlow
  • 4.2 Goodwin, Goodwin and Olsher
  • 4.3 Pinker