Unger, J. W.

Unger, J. W. is a PhD student in the Department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster University, and also co-ordinator of the ‘EAP/Study Skills’ pre-sessional programme. He is currently researching minority language policies (and attitudes towards minority languages), with a specific focus on the Scots language in Scotland. He is also interested in gender and language and, broadly speaking, in the relationship between language and society. He is a member of the ‘Language, Ideology and Power’ research group at Lancaster University.

More: http://www.unger.org.uk

Email: j.unger@lancs.ac.uk

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The Scots language: discursive construction as a cultural relic (17.Nr.)

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