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Language Regard : Methods, Variation, and Change

Evans, Betsy E. (EDT)   Benson, Erica J. (EDT)   Stanford, James N. (EDT)

Cambridge Univ Pr 2018/01
304 p. 23 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781107162808
装丁違いISBN: 1316614972
KCN: 1028538891
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KDC: B115 社会言語学・コミュニケーション学
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New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2018. A state-of-the-art collection of research, written by renowned international scholars, exploring 'language regard' 〓 an all-encompassing term used to describe non-linguists' attitudes towards, beliefs and perceptions about, and ideologies of, language.

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A state-of-the-art collection of research, written by renowned international scholars, exploring 'language regard' - an all-encompassing term used to describe non-linguists' attitudes towards, beliefs and perceptions about, and ideologies of language. It explores issues such as how language regard is studied, and its pivotal role in language variation and change.
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Table of Contents

1. Language regard: what, why, how, whither? Dennis R. Preston; Part I. Language Regard: Varied Methods: 2. A variationist approach to studies of language regard Patricia Cukor-Avila; 3. The emic and the etic in perceptual dialectology Jennifer Cramer; 4. Variation in language regard: sociolinguistic receptivity and acceptability of linguistic features Erica J. Benson and Megan L. Risdal; 5. Social meanings of the north-south divide in the Netherlands and their linkage to standard Dutch and dialect varieties Leonie Cornips; 6. Language subordination on a national scale: examining the linguistic discrimination of Hungarians by Hungarians Miklos Kontra; 7. Regional identity and listener perception Valerie Fridland and Tyler Kendall; Part II. Language Regard and Language Variation: 8. Language regard and migration: Cuban immigrants in the United States Gabriela Alfaraz; 9. Perceptions of Black American Sign Language Robert Bayley, Joseph C. Hill, Carolyn McCaskil and Ceil Lucas; 10. Ethnolinguistic assertions regarding people who allegedly 'talk White', or 'talk Black' John Baugh; 11. Language regard in liminal Hmong American speech communities James Stanford, Rika Ito and Faith Nibbs; 12. Language regard and sociolinguistic competence of non-native speakers Alexei Prikhodkine; Part III. Language Regard and Language Change: 13. Cracking the code: wedgies and lexical respectability Jack Chambers; 14. Language regard and cultural practice: variation, evaluation, and change in the German regional languages Christoph Purschke; 15. Tabula rasa new-dialect formation: on the occasional irrelevance of language regard Peter Trudgill; 16. Sharedness and variability in language regard among young Danes: focus on gender Tore Kristiansen.