Sociolinguistics

Literature (selected) Abdel-Jawad, Hassan (1981) Phonological and Social
Variation in Arabic in Amman, University of Pennsylvania dissertation. Al-Wer,
Enam Essa (1991) Phonological Variation in the Speech of Women from three
Urban ...

Sociolinguistics

Author: Ulrich Ammon

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110141894

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The Sociolinguistics of Grammar

The Copenhagen Study in Urban Sociolinguistics, Part 1, Frans Gregersen &
Inge Lise Pedersen (eds), 45–106. København: C.A. Reitzel. Andersen, Henning.
1982. On the causes of linguistic change (1821) by Jakob Hornemann Bredsdorff
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The Sociolinguistics of Grammar

Author: Tor A. Åfarli

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company

ISBN: 9027270511

Page: 260

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The aim of this book is to investigate and attain new insights on how and to what extent the wider sociolinguistic context of language use and contact impinges on formal grammatical structures. The papers contained in the book approach this important problem from various points of view by focusing on language evolution and change, on multilingualism, language mixing and dialect variation, on spoken language, and on creole languages. Given the theoretical perspectives, methodological focus, and analyses, the book will be of interest to theoretical linguists as well as sociolinguists, from undergraduate students to researchers.

Panel Studies of Variation and Change

Skovbjerg Sørensen's study of interviewers' best and worst interviews (Sørensen
2014). References. Albris, Jon. 1991. Style analysis. In Frans Gregersen and
Inge Lise Pedersen (eds.) The Copenhagen Study in Urban Sociolinguistics, Part
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Panel Studies of Variation and Change

Author: Suzanne Evans Wagner

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317446399

Page: 294

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The relationship between the individual and the community is at the core of sociolinguistic theorizing. To date, most longitudinal research has been conducted on the basis of trend studies, such as replications of cross-sectional studies, or comparisons between present-day cross-sectional data and ‘legacy’ data. While the past few years have seen an increasing interest in panel research, much of this work has been published in a variety of formats and languages and is thus not easily accessible. This edited volume brings together the major researchers in the field of panel research, highlighting connections and convergences across and between chapters, methods and findings with the aim of initiating a dialogue about best practices and ways forward in sociolinguistic panel studies. By providing, for the first time, a platform for key research on panel data in one coherent edition, this volume aims to shape the agenda in this increasingly vibrant field of research.

The Routledge Handbook of Sociolinguistics Around the World

Studies in the Developmentof Linguistics in Denmark, Finland,Iceland,Norway
and Sweden, Oslo:Novus forlag. Nordberg, B.(1976) “Sociolinguistic
researchinSwedenand ... Urban Sociolinguistics, Copenhagen: Reitzel.
Pedersen, K.M.(2000) ...

The Routledge Handbook of Sociolinguistics Around the World

Author: Martin J Ball

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135261040

Page: 448

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Drawing on examples from a wide range of languages and social setting, The Routledge Handbook of Sociolinguistics Around the World is the first single-volume collection surveying current and recent research trends in international sociolinguistics. With over 30 chapters written by leading authorities in the region concerned, all continents and their respective regions are covered. The book will serve as an important tool to help widen the perspective on sociolinguistics to readers of English. Divided into sections covering: The Americas, Asia, Australasia, Africa and the Middle East, and Europe, the book provides readers with a solid, up-to-date appreciation of the interdisciplinary nature of the field of sociolinguistics in each area. It clearly explains the patterns and systematicity that underlie language variation in use, as well as the ways in which alternations between different language varieties mark personal style, social power and national identity. The Routledge Handbook of Sociolinguistics around the World is the ideal resource for all students on undergraduate sociolinguistics courses and researchers involved in the study of language, society and power. English Language and Linguistics / Sociolinguistics

Language and Space

Bucholtz, Mary 2003 Sociolinguistic nostalgia and the authentication of identity. ...
Coupland, Nikolas 2003 Sociolinguistic authenticities. ... Gregersen, Frans and
Inge Lise Pedersen 1991b The Copenhagen Study in Urban Sociolinguistics.

Language and Space

Author: Peter Auer

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 3110180022

Page: 889

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The dimensions of time and space fundamentally cause and shape the variability of all human language. To reduce investigation of this insight to manageable proportions, researchers have traditionally concentrated on the deepest dialects. But it is increasingly apparent that, although most people still speak with a distinct regional coloring, the new mobility of speakers in recently industrialized and postindustrial societies and the efflorescence of communication technologies cannot be ignored. This has given rise to a reconsideration of the relationship between geographical place and cultural space, and the fundamental link between language and a spatially bounded territory. Language and Space: An International Handbook of Linguistic Variation seeks to take full account of these developments in a comprehensive, theoretically rich way. The introductory volume examines the concept of space and linguistic approaches to it, the structure and dynamics of language spaces, and relevant research methods. A second volume offers the first thorough exploration of the interplay between linguistic investigation and cartography, and subsequent volumes uniformly document the state of research into the spatial dimension of particular language groupings. Key features: comprehensive coverage of the field in terms of theory and methods the unique volume stands alone, since it neither is a handbook of dialectology or of areal linguistics, nor a handbook on language variation alone gathers together a great number of distinguished scholars and experts in the field "

Acta Societatis Linguisticae Europaeae

Address of the Author Tore Kristiansen Institute of Danish Dialectology University
of Copenhagen Njalsgade 80 DK - 2300 Copenhagen S ( Denmark ) e - mail : tk
... Pedersen ( eds . ) . 1991 . The Copenhagen Study in Urban Sociolinguistics .

Acta Societatis Linguisticae Europaeae

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International Journal of the Sociology of Language

In Sociolinguistics : An International Handbook of the Science of Language and
Society , vol . 1 , U . Ammon , N ... Network Analysis : Studies in Human
Interaction . The Hague ... Roles , Norms , and External Relationships in Ordinary
Urban Families , 2nd ed . London ... Copenhagen : Københavnerstudier i
tosproghed .

International Journal of the Sociology of Language

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Sociolinguistics The sociolinguistics of language variation and change

Manchester : Manchester University Press . Cross , W. E. ( 1990 ) . ... Paper
presented at the Eighth Sociolinguistic Symposium , Roehampton , London .
Fischer , C. ( 1982 ) . To dwell among ... The Copenhagen study in urban
sociolinguistics .

Sociolinguistics  The sociolinguistics of language variation and change

Author: Nikolas Coupland

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780415408509

Page: 2754

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Fully indexed and with a comprehensive introduction, this is an essential work of reference and is destined to be welcomed by scholars and students alike as a vital one-stop research resource. It provides key ideas, findings, methods and approaches that make up the interdisciplinary field of sociolinguistics.

Multilingual Urban Scandinavia

This book presents, for the first time, an overarching, trans-Scandinavian, comprehensive and comparable account of linguistic developments and practices in late modern urban contact zones.

Multilingual Urban Scandinavia

Author: Dr. Pia Quist

Publisher: Multilingual Matters

ISBN: 9781847694881

Page: 264

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This book presents, for the first time, an overarching, trans-Scandinavian, comprehensive and comparable account of linguistic developments and practices in late modern urban contact zones. The book aims to capture the multilingual realities of all young people in urban contexts, whether they are of migrant descent or not. Taking a multi-layered approach to linguistic practices, chapters in the book include structural and phonological analyses of new linguistic practices, examine how these practices and their practitioners are perceived, and discuss the sociolinguistic potentials of speakers when constructing, challenging and negotiating identities. The book also contains three short overview articles describing studies of multilingual practices in Sweden, Denmark and Norway. The editors have aimed to make Scandinavian research on urban multilingualism accessible to scholars and students who don’t speak Scandinavian languages, and also to make a valuable contribution to the global study of multilingualism.