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Dialogue at the Margins

by Emily Ann Schultz
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Release Date: 1990
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
Pages: 178 pages
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ISBN 10: UOM:39015019664039
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This book looks at the relativity principle of pioneering American linguist Benjamin Whorf which has been a focus of controversy among scholars of language for half a century. Many claim that this principle amounts to Whorf's assertion that language determines thought and culture, while others vigorously reject such a claim.
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