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Cancel Forgot your password? Fourth edition View all editions and formats. View all subjects. Similar Items. What do sociolinguists study? What is a sociolinguist? Why do we say the same thing in different ways? What are the different ways we say things? Social factors, dimensions and explanations Section I: Multilingual Speech Communities2. Language choice in multilingual communities Choosing your variety or code Diglossia Code-switching or code-mixing 3.
Language maintenance and shift Language shift in different communities Language death and language loss Factors contributing to language shift How can a minority language be maintained? Language revival 4. Linguistic varieties and multilingual nations Vernacular languages Standard languages Lingua francas Pidgins and creoles 5.
National languages and language planning National and official languages Planning for a national official language Developing a standard variety in Norway The linguist's role in language planning Section II: Language Variation: Focus on Users6. Regional and social dialects Regional variation Social variation Social dialects 7.
Gender and age Gender-exclusive speech differences: Ethnicity and social networks Ethnicity Social networks 9. Language change Variation and change How do changes spread?
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Communicating Gender. Regional andsocial dialects 7 Gender andage 8 Ethnicity andsocial networks 9 Language change. Style context and register. Speech functions politeness and crosscultural communication.
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Focus on Uses. Focus on Users.Dianne Bardsley. National languages and language planning National and official languages Planning for a national official language Developing a standard variety in Norway The linguist's role in language planning Section II: Gunther Kress. In this best-selling introductory textbook, Janet Holmes and Nick Wilson examine the role of language in a variety of social contexts, considering both how language works and how it can be used to signal and interpret various aspects of social identity.
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