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A Dictionary of Rhyming Slang

by Julian Franklyn

This re-issue of Julian Franklyn's classic dictionary not only defines these expressions but also explains their origin and history. An introductory essay examines the roots and development of rhyming slang....


Survey English Dialects

by Michael V. Barry

First Published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Auditory Representations in Phonology

by Edward S. Flemming

This book provides evidence for the importance of auditory properties of speech sounds in phonology.


Pragmatics: A Multidisciplinary Perspective

by Louise Cummings

The first truly multidisciplinary text of its kind, this book offers an original analysis of the current state of linguistic pragmatics. Cummings argues that no study of pragmatics can reasonably neglect the...


Second Language Acquisition Theory and Pedagogy

by Fred R. Eckman, Jean Mileham & Rita Rutkowski Weber

A volume on second-language acquisition theory and pedagogy is, at the same time, a mark of progress and a bit of an anomaly. The progress is shown by the fact that the two disciplines have established themselves...


The Year That Defined American Journalism: 1897 and the Clash of Paradigms

by W. Joseph Campbell

The Year that Defined American Journalism explores the succession of remarkable and decisive moments in American journalism during 1897 - a year of significant transition that helped redefine the profession...


Communication, Public Opinion, and Globalization in Urban China

by Francis L.F. Lee, Chin-Chuan Lee & Mike Z. Yao

As China is increasingly integrated into the processes of economic, political, social, and cultural globalization, important questions arise about how Chinese people perceive and evaluate such processes. At...


Understanding Phonetics

by Patricia Ashby

This accessible and comprehensive survey of phonetic theory is an ideal introduction to phonetics for undergraduates approaching the subject for the very first time.


Pros and Cons: A Debaters Handbook

by Debbie Newman, Trevor Sather & Ben Woolgar

Pros and Cons: A Debaters Handbook offers a unique and invaluable guide to the arguments both for and against over 140 current controversies and global issues.


Introducing English Semantics, Second Edition

by Charles W. Kreidler

Introducing English Semantics explores the ways in which speakers of English communicate meanings.


Censored 2014: Fearless Speech in Fateful Times; The Top Censored Stories and Media Analysis of 2012-13

by Mickey Huff, Andy Lee Roth & Project Censored

Truthout’s Progressive Pick of the Week

Ralph Nader’s 10 Books to Provoke Conversation in 2014

Every year since 1976, Project Censored, our nation's oldest news-monitoring group--a university-wide project...


Crisis Communications: Lessons from September 11

by Michael A. Noll & Peter Clarke

Building on the events and lessons of September 11, Crisis Communications features an international cast of top contributors exploring emergency communications during crisis. Together, they evaluate the use,...


The Evolution of Media

by Michael A. Noll

A concise introduction to the evolution of communication media, The Evolution of Media is unique in that it treats both mass media and interpersonal media. The first part of the book describes the history and...


Archaeology, Language, and the African Past

by Roger Blench

Scholarly work that attempts to match linguistic and archaeological evidence in precolonial Africa


Covering Your Campus: A Guide for Student Newspapers

by Matt Nesvisky

Newsrooms_and campus newsrooms are no exception_are chaotic, fast-paced, and lively. That's why we love them. But reporting news is an important business, and everyone involved in that business needs some guidance...


Message Control: How News Is Made on the Presidential Campaign Trail

by Elizabeth A. Skewes

Message Control, a look at what shapes the news from the presidential campaign trail, comes out of the author's experience traveling with campaigns, interviews with other journalists who have covered campaigns...


The Development of Language and Language Researchers: Essays in Honor of Roger Brown

by Frank S. Kessel

First Published in 1988. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Political Women: Language and Leadership

by Kathleen Mollick, Michele Lockhart & Diane M. Blair

The theme of Political Women: Language and Leadership is how women who have run, been nominated to run, or appointed to national positions have used rhetoric, or have had rhetoric used to describe, their political...


Critical Communication Theory: Power, Media, Gender, and Technology

by Sue Curry Jansen

Looking at issues of globalization, science, politics, gender, etc. this book advocates a new agenda not only for communication research, but also for the writing that comes out of it.


Welsh Grammar You Really Need to Know: Teach Yourself

by Christine Jones

Comprehensive and clear explanations of key grammar patterns and structures are reinforced and contextualized through authentic materials. You will not only learn how to construct grammar correctly, but when...