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This seminar presents Cultural Linguistics as a comprehensive framework for the analysis of the socio-cultural dimension of language and language variation. With a specific focus on – but not limited to – first- and second-language varieties of English, case studies will be discussed in which cultural-linguistic methods have been fruitfully applied. Building on these previous findings, students will be expected to conduct their own cultural linguistic case studies.
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