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Language, ideologies, and the 'Scottish voice'

Abstract : In this Occasional Paper, I would like to emphasise one way in which language ideological issues permeate literary discourse in Scotland. Focusing on issues related to Scots, I will analyse two (in my view complementary) introductions to anthologies of texts in Scots published over the past twenty years, and show how they participate in a wider ideological debate on language and society in Scotland.
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Costa James. Language, ideologies, and the 'Scottish voice'. International Journal of Scottish Literature, 2010, 7, pp.1-7. ⟨ensl-00632457⟩



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