Social dialectology : in honour of Peter Trudgill - download pdf or read online

By David Britain, Jenny Cheshire

ISBN-10: 1588114031

ISBN-13: 9781588114037

ISBN-10: 9027296472

ISBN-13: 9789027296474

The time-honoured research of dialects took a brand new flip a few 40 years in the past, giving centre level to social elements and the quantitative research of language version and alter. It has develop into a self-discipline that no student of language can have the funds for to disregard. This assortment identifies the most theoretical and methodological matters at the moment preoccupying researchers in social dialectology, drawing not just on edition in Read more...

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This look at two contrasting Appalachian systems, one from an actual immigrant and the other a son of an immigrant, shows that the slight system modification made by the immigrant was not maintained into the second generation. “Mark’s” mother, who immigrated from Kentucky to Ypsilanti at age 6 stands exactly between “Edna” and “Mark” on nearly every feature. In spite of the obvious Appalachian speech input “Mark” and those of his generation received, the effect was only to retard, not significantly modify, his eventual acquisition of the local system.

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The second, in Lansing, the state capital, is African American; many are descendents of immigrants from Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia, who were part of a significant migration to the urban north between the two world wars. g. 2 (94-144) Dennis R. Preston 2400 200 300 400 2200 2000 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 i I 7 500 % f 600 5 " 700 Figure 1. Partial vowel system (plotted from means scores of F1–F2 measurements) of a Gaylord, Michigan male respondent (European American, grade school graduate, skilled tradesman, born 1920) interviewed in 1970 for the DARE project (Ito 1999).

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