Russian speakers in post soviet latvia discursive identity strategies ammon cheskin series russian russian speakers in post soviet latvia a key argument of this work is that discursive and identity strategies do not developex nihilo foucault 2002a 28 argues that discourse must not be referred to the distant presence of the . It is one of the most thorough and accurate studies of the various discursive strategies that russian speakers appropriate within the public space in latvia ksenia maksimovtsova kult online cheskins book is a valuable contribution to the burgeoning literature on discursive approaches to identity formation. Ammon cheskins russian speakers in post soviet latvia discursive identity strategies published in the edinburgh university press series on russian language and society is disappointingit offers a curtailed account of issues related to data gathering in the field but little reflection on the implication of partial interpretation of partial data collected by a partial observer. Russian speakers in post soviet latvia discursive identity strategies ammon cheskin published by edinburgh university press russian language and society. Drawing on media analysis elite interviews focus groups and survey data russian speakers in post soviet latvia situates the identity strategies of russian speakers within the political cultural and economic transformations of the post soviet era
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