Sociolinguistic Patterns, Volume 10

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University of Pennsylvania Press, 1972 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 344 pages

This classic volume, by a well-known linguist, constitutes a systematic introduction to sociolinguistics, unmatched in the clarity and forcefulness of its approach, and to the study of language in its social setting.

 

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Contents

2 Centralization of ay and aw by Age Level
22
6 Centralization and Orientation towards Marthas
39
1 Detailed Distribution of r by Store and Word
53
The Isolation of Contextual Styles
70
The Reflection of Social Processes in Linguistic
110
1 Distribution of Index of Linguistic Insecurity
133
Subjective Dimensions of a Linguistic Change
143
2 rPositive Response to the FourChoice Test
152
On the Mechanism of Linguistic Change
160
1 Centralization Indexes by Age Level
167
The Study of Language in Its Social Context
183
1 Effect of Variant Forms of Fig 8 1 on NEGV
196
3 Constraints on td Deletion
222
The Social Setting of Linguistic Change
260
Bibliography
327
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William Labov is Professor of Linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania and author of Language in the Inner City, also published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.