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Heteroglossia

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Heteroglossia means different ‘speech-ness' or differentiated speech. A given language is not unitary but stratified; heteroglossia is a mix of languages and world views. The idea of heteroglossia is associated with the Russian theorist Mikhail Bakhtin (1895–1975), who saw everyday speech as a conglomerate of ‘sublanguages', always used from a particular perspective and ...

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