Concise Encyclopedia of Sociolinguistics

  • ID: 1758902
  • Book
  • 1060 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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This is the ninth in the acclaimed series of spinoff volumes based on the outstanding Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. It comprises 285 articles of which 80 are short biographical entries. 50 of the biographies and 42 other articles are entirely new, while the remaining entries are suitably revised and updated from ELL. This work provides uniquely comprehensive and authoritative information on all aspects of sociolinguistics.
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Section headings: Foundations of society and language. Language and interaction. Language Variation: style, situation, function. Language variation and change: dialects and social groups. Language contact. Language, power and inequality. Language planning, policy, practice. Language and education. Methods in sociolinguistics. The profession.
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Mesthrie, R.
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