A Glossary of Sociolinguistics
This alphabetic guide introduces popular terms used in the study of language and society. Clearly written by a leading authority in the field, this glossary provides full coverage of both traditional and contemporary terminology, including the relatively new areas within sociolinguistics of sign language, gay language, and cross-cultural communication.
accent acrolect admixture African American African American Vernacular American English American Vernacular English antilanguage associated Ausbau language basilect bilingualism bilong Bokmal British English creole language creoloid decreolisation dialect continuum dialectology discourse analysis ethnography of speaking example focal areas focused forms French geographical German grammatical guage hypothesis involved islands isoglosses Jamaican Creole known language contact language death language planning language shift language variety lect lexical lexifier lingua franca linguistic behaviour linguistic change linguistic characteristics linguistic minority linguistic variables melabat mesolect mifala Milroy minority language multilingual mutual intelligibility native language native speakers Ndjuka norms northern Norwegian Nynorsk origin particular phonological pidgin language pidginisation Portuguese pronounced pronunciation refer result secular linguistics simplification situation slang social dialect continuum sociolect sociolinguistics source language speech act speech community spoken Sranan Standard English standard variety standardisation style stratification term tion traditional dialects variation vocabulary vowel West Romance dialect William Labov words
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Language Misconceived: Arguing for Applied Cognitive Sociolinguistics
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