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Rada Tirvassen

, and he highlights its interdisciplinary perspective: IS as a framework is resourced by multiple (sub)disciplines such as linguistic and discourse analysis, the ethnography of communication, Goffman’s conversational analysis and ethnomethodology. Drawing upon the ideas put forward by Jacquemet (2011 in

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Jan Blommaert

much metalinguistic discourse discourse analysis – and so questions established understandings of (degrees of) ‘ belonging belonging’ to a ‘community’ of speakers (Silverstein 1996, 2014; Rampton 1998). Accepting mobility as a key aspect of sociolinguistic phenomena, we can see, dislodges a broad