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Style, mediation, and change : sociolinguistic perspectives on talking media.

Style, mediation, and change : sociolinguistic perspectives on talking media.

Author: Janus Mortensen
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2017
Series: Oxford studies in sociolinguistics
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Mediated talk is organised around familiar styles - styles of person, relationship and genre. But media also consistently remake and re-style these familiar patterns. This book brings together  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Konferenzschrift
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Janus Mortensen
ISBN: 9780190629489 0190629487 9780190629496 0190629495 9780190629502 0190629509 9780190641047 0190641045
OCLC Number: 971366674
Notes: "The present book is one of two edited collections to appear from a Round Table held at the University of Copenhagen in June 2014 on Sociolinguistics and the Talking Media: Style, Mediation and Change.". - Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description: pages cm.
Contents: Preface and acknowledgementsContributors1. Introduction: Conceptualising Style, Mediation, and Change Janus Mortensen, Nikolas Coupland and Jacob ThogersenPart 1: Sociopolitical Change and the Emergence of New Styles and Genres2. Style, Sociolinguistic Change and Political Broadcasting: The Case of the Spanish News Show Salvados Nuria Lorenzo-Dus 3. Radio Talk, Pranks and Multilingualism: Styling Greek Identities at a Time of Crisis Tereza Spilioti4. Styling Syncretic Bilingualism on Welsh-language TV: Madamrygbi Nikolas CouplandPart 2: The Business of Style: The Style of Business5. Brand Styling, Enregisterment, and Change: The Case of C'est Cidre Helen Kelly-Holmes 6. (Re-)circulating Popular Television: Audience Engagement and Corporate Practices: With Special Focus on The Big Bang Theory Monika Bednarek Part 3: The Art of Mediated Style: Blurring the Boundaries between 'Ordinary' and 'Elite'7. Styling the 'Ordinary': Tele-factual Genres and Participant Identities Joanna Thornborrow8. Art on Television: Television as Art Adam JaworskiPart 4: Styles of Technologically Mediated Talk: What's New Anyway?9. Talking for Fun and Talking in Earnest: Two Styles of Mediated Broadcast Talk Martin Montgomery 10. The Meaning of Manner: Change and Continuity in the Vocal Style of News Reading and Information Announcements Theo van Leeuwen Part 5: Postscripts and Prospects11. Style, Change, and Media: A Postscript Jannis Androutsopoulos 12. Style as a Unifying Perspective for the Sociolinguistics of Talking Media Nikolas Coupland and Janus MortensenIndex
Series Title: Oxford studies in sociolinguistics


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offers a new and culturally diverse perspective on style as a sociolinguistic concept, and how style in particular can be used to study mediated discourses. * Katie Ward, Language in Society *

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