By Rachelle Vessey
Language Ideologies and Canadian Media explores how French and English Canadian media speak about languages and language matters, which language ideologies predominate in English and French, and even if language ideologies in conventional information media are transferred to new and social media.
Using corpus linguistics and discourse research and a number of various datasets starting from print newspapers to on-line information, statement and Twitter, the writer argues that language ideologies in Canadian media have a bearing not just at the volume to which Canadian language regulations are followed, but in addition at the very approach that Canadians comprehend themselves and their position within the kingdom.
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Canada remains, therefore, fragmented not only by colonial history and disparate geography, but also by abstract, fundamental, and systematic 34 Language and Canadian Media Fig. 1 Map of Canada (Modified from: St Catharines Downtown [computer file]. (no date). St Catharines, Ontario: Brock university map, Data & GIS library. jpg. Accessed 21 September 2015) understandings about languages, and their role in society. This context has been uniquely affected by the development and evolution of media.