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abstract This module looks at creativity in the English language around the world: from everyday contexts to 'high culture' literary language and the impact of new media.
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title Language and creativity
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description <div><p>This module looks at creativity in the English language around the world: from everyday contexts to 'high culture' literary language and the impact of new media. You will investigate the relationships between language and other modes such as image, movement, music and dance, and also explore developments resulting from the recent rise of social media, which is having a profound effect on the uses of language in society. The module will give a detailed understanding of what linguistic creativity is, how it is used, and the issues it raises, while also helping you to consider your own daily experiences of the English language.</p></div>
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