Analyse how culture and context come together to produce different types of language and styles. Learn to see similarities and differences and appreciate the impact of styles of language on communication, identity, power and social status.
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31 Aug 2020
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This subject critically examines the way in which culture, context and language come together to produce different varieties of language and diverse pragmatic styles. It aims to develop transcultural competence for those working in culturally and linguistically diverse contexts.
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