This book reveals the important role of linguistics in political theory through an interdisciplinary approach as politics cannot be understood without reference to history. In fact, the analysis would be incomplete without the reference to language, cultural, political anthropology (including various issues of identity), language philosophy, and semiotics of power. It is impossible in the contemporary world with its abundant information about issues from different perspectives to neglect comparison. For this reason, among others, it is important to examine how language and identity are dependent on the political context of the language issues and to better understand their political activities.
|Keywords:||Cultural, Political, Language Philosophy, History|
Book: Electronic (PDF File; 6.028MB). Book: Print (Paperback). Published by New Directions in the Humanities, a book imprint by Common Ground Publishing, Illinois.
Dept.English Language and Literature, Faculty of Art and Science, Fatih University, Istanbul, Turkey
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