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Contents 1. Language and Culture in a Global Perspective Introduction: Inseparability of Language and Culture? Language and Culture: Generic and Differential An Analytical Distinction between Language and Culture Foreign and Second Language Teaching: An illustrative Vantage Point The Concept of Foreign Language and Transnational Mobility First Language and ?First Language Culture? The Whorfian Hypothesis: First Language v. Foreign/Second Language Culture in Relation to Language v. Language in Relation to Culture Overview of This Book 2. Tour de France in German Language Teaching: a Preliminary Analysis Introduction Tour de France in German Language Teaching Linguistic Practice Cultural and Linguistic Context Cultural and Linguistic Content Tour de France: A Multidimensional Relationship between Language and Culture Tour de France: An Element of the Spread of Language and Culture in the World The Nationalisation of Language Studies The Internationalisation of Language Studies: Denationalisation? Conclusion 3. The Concept of Culture: An Introduction Introduction The Concept of Culture: Hierarchical, Differential and Generic The Concept of Culture in European Cultural History: An Ancient Metaphor Crosses between the Two Sets of Culture Concepts The Concept of Language in European Cultural History? Concepts of Culture in Anthropology Practice-oriented Concepts of Culture and Cultural Studies Conclusion 4. Language, Nation and Culture: The German Tradition Introduction The Concept of Nation with or without a Linguistic Criterion The Concept of Nation with a Linguistic Criterion: Central and Eastern Europe Johann Gottfried von Herder Wilhelm von Humboldt Herder, Humboldt and National Romanticism Conclusion 5. Cultural Complexity Introduction Ulf Hannerz: The Two Loci of Culture and the Cultural Process American and European Sources of Inspiration The Global Ecumene Four Frameworks of Cultural Flow Hannerz v. Friedman Conclusion 6. A Sociolinguistic View of Language Introduction Linguistic Practice Linguistic Resources The Linguistic System as a Discursive Construction The Loci of Language: 2 + 1 Conclusion 7. Linguistic Flows and Linguistic Complexity Introduction Linguistic Flows in Social Networks ?Linguistic Flows? or ?Language Spread?? First Language/Early Second Language v. Foreign Language/ Late Second Language Flows of First Language or Early Second Language Flows of Foreign Language or Late Second Language Textual Flows Lexical Flows Global Flows and Local Complexity: Danish and Denmark Linguistic Complexity and Homogeneity in Language Teaching Conclusion 8. Languacultural Dimensions Introduction Michael Agar: Languaculture Paul Friedrich: Linguaculture Languaculture: Three Cultural Approaches to Language The Loci of Languaculture: 2 + 1 Languaculture in Linguistic Practice Languaculture in Linguistic Resources Languaculture in ?The Linguistic System? The Whorfian Hypothesis and the Concept of Languaculture Conclusion 9. Discourse and Double Intertextuality Introduction A Concept of Discourse that is Content-oriented, yet still Linguistic A Non-differential Concept of Language Double Intertextuality Translation of Discourse from Language to Language Discursive Resources Order of Discourse Conclusion 10. Cultural Contexts Introduction The Linguistic Concept of Context Cultural Context seen as a Complex Historical Macro-context First Language Context, Foreign Language Context and Second Language Context Cultural Contexts in Language Teaching Life Context Does ?Language? have a Cultural Context? Conclusion 11. Cultural Contents Introduction Cultural References and Representations: Internal and External Cultural References Internal Cultural References: Are Language and Culture Inseparable? Cultural Representations Internal Cultural Representations: Are Language and Culture Inseparable? Cultural References and Representations in Language Teaching Does ?Language? have a Cultural Content? Conclusion 12. Linguistic, Discursive and Cultural Flows Introduction Linguistic Flows Discursive Flows Cultural Flows Tour de France: A Local Integration Process Conclusion 13. The Language-Culture Nexus Introduction The Communicative Event The Language-Culture Nexus: A Local Integration The Language-Culture Nexus: Convergent or Divergent? Objective and Subjective Dimensions of the Language-Culture Nexus Language-Culture Nexuses at Higher Levels The Core of the Language-Culture Nexus: Reference to Reality Conclusion 14. Language and Culture ? a Multidimensional Relationship Language and Culture ? Separability and Inseparability Implications for Language and Culture Pedagogy Further Perspectives References Index
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Language and culture.