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In Language and the Market by Holmes and Mauter, the forces and interworking that contribute to a market are all examined through the context of language. Through a variety of contexts and cases sociolinguistic factors are examined in their association to the market. The overall theme of the book is the relationship between language and the market. Language in the broadest sense possible, that is. The book seeks to bring together language ideologies and practices with the “rituals’ that are involved in a market and economy. The table of context gives a more in depth breakdown of each case study that is reported in the book.
In Language and Economy, by Florian Coulmas, the author derives all the different aspects in which the economy is related to and affected by language. There are differences in market structures, employment, government types, and so forth that all have a strong relationship due to language. The author gives man in depth details to each aspect separated by the seven chapters.
This purpose is the research report English Language as a Barrier to Employment, Education and Training is to establish whether people whose first language is not English face barriers to the labor market and the other aspects of life. It should be noted that there are no reliable data on the number of people whose first language is not English and that this research project was taken in a strict British lens. The introduction to report conveys the same message, but also delves deeper into other content that is contained in the report such as teaching reviews, marketing statistics, management reviews, and more.