Nanette Gottlieb's comprehensive study considers the role of language in Japanese society, particularly in relation to the formation of national and personal identities. It covers important questions such as multilingualism, language and nationalism, language and technology, and literacy and reading habits. Written by a leading authority in this field, Gottlieb's work is essential reading for students and scholars wishing to know more about the Japanese language and the society in which it is spoken.
Author: Nanette Gottlieb Publisher: Cambridge University Press Published: 03/07/2005 Pages: 180 Binding Type: Paperback Weight: 0.55lbs Size: 8.90h x 5.90w x 0.50d ISBN: 9780521532846
About the Author Gottlieb, Nanette: - Nanette Gottlieb is Reader in Japanese at the University of Queensland. Her previous publications include Word Processing Technology in Japan (2000) and Japanese Cybercultures (2003).