Sociolinguistics

Bernard Spolsky

Sociolinguistics is the study of the different ways in which different groups of people use language. This book provides a brief but comprehensive introduction to the field, making links with related disciplines such as history, politics, and gender studies.

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[目次]

  • Preface
  • SECTION 1
  • Survey
  • The scope of enquiry
  • Complementary approaches
  • The methods of enquiry
  • What are the data?
  • The sociolinguist at work
  • The approach in this book
  • The ethnography of speaking
  • The structure of conversations
  • Politeness and politeness formulas
  • Terms of address
  • Speech communities and repertoires
  • Dialect
  • Styles
  • Specialized varieties or registers and domains
  • Slang and solidarity
  • Language and gender
  • Social stratification
  • Accommodation and audience design
  • Language socialization
  • The description of bilingualism
  • Bilingual competence
  • Code switching and code mixing
  • Multilingualism
  • Language loyalty and reversing language shift
  • Language and ethnic identity
  • Language and politics
  • Language rights
  • Pidgins and creoles
  • Diglossia
  • Language policy and language planning
  • Status planning
  • Corpus planning
  • Normativism and prescriptivism
  • Language acquisition planning or language education policy
  • Language diffusion policy or linguistic imperialism
  • The spread of English - imperialism or hegemony?
  • Conclusions
  • SECTION 2
  • Readings
  • SECTION 3
  • References
  • SECTION 4
  • Glossary

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書名 Sociolinguistics
著作者等 Spolsky, Bernard
Widdowson, H.G.
シリーズ名 Oxford introductions to language study
出版元 Oxford University Press
刊行年月 1998
ページ数 xiii, 128 p.
大きさ 20 cm
ISBN 0194372111
NCID BA34383174
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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