Authenticity 2.0

As language use today moves increasingly into digital fora - social media, social networking and so on, accompanied by an internationalisation of the language most associated with the Internet, English, the concept of 'authenticity' in the context of language samples and language use becomes ever more evasive. . . . → Read More: Authenticity 2.0

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