Ethnography of the Everyday Speech in contemporary Lebanon (by Estella Carpi – January 2010)

The Italian Academic Review “Orientalia Parthenopea” published an extract of my MA Thesis in Linguistic Anthropology in a Lebanese environment. The specific anthropological branch called “Ethnography of the Everyday Speech” has been largely developed by Alessandro Duranti (UCLA, USA) that studied Western Samoa back in the ’80s. He mostly drew on pragmatics and socio-linguistics studies.

At the link here below you can find my academic article at full:

http://www.academia.edu/595746/_Hi_kifek_ca_va_Unavventura_etnopragmatica_nel_Libano_contemporaneo_

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