Includes bibliographical references (p. -342) and index.
|Series||Introduction to sociolinguistics ;, v. 2, Language in society ;, 6, Language in society (Oxford, England) ;, 6.|
|LC Classifications||P40 .I58 1984 vol. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 342 p. :|
|Number of Pages||342|
|ISBN 10||0631133860, 0631138250|
|LC Control Number||89015185|
This book, addressed to experienced and novice language educators, provides an up-to-date overview of sociolinguistics, reflecting changes in the global situation and the continuing evolution of the field and its relevance to language education around the world/5(12). sociolinguistics, the study of language as it affects and is affected by social relations. Sociolinguistics encompasses a broad range of concerns, including bilingualism, pidgin and creole languages, and other ways that language use is influenced by contact among people of different language communities (e.g., speakers of German, French, Italian, and Romansh in Switzerland). This book is intended to provide students with a sound, basic coverage of most of the topics dealt with in courses described as either ‘Sociolinguistics’ or ‘The Sociology of Language.’. Book:Sociolinguistics. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This This is a Wikipedia book, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, Pluricentric language Register (sociolinguistics) List of scat singers Sesquipedalianism Sociolect .
Sociolinguistics: An Introduction to Language and Society by Peter Trudgill. This is a classic book on a fascinating subject. Peter Trudgill examines the close link between language and society and the many factors that influence the way we speak. In this book Suzanne Romaine provides a clear, lively, and accessible introduction to the field of sociolinguistics and emphasizes the constant interaction between society and language, discussing both traditional and recent issues including: language and social class, language and gender, language and education, and pidgins and creoles. Hmm. The best? That's a tough one. There are a few books I can think of that could give you a nice, soild overview of 'the field,' or if not, something a little more off the beaten path. Sociolinguistics covers a lot of different kinds of researc. Have been introduced to the field through readings on language policies and historical linguistics, I found the book pretty easy to read. It is a comprehensive survey on the study of sociolinguistics, including both micro-sociolinguistics and macro-sociolinguistics which the author claimed to be inseparable/5.
Sociolinguistics is the descriptive study of the effect of any and all aspects of society, including cultural norms, expectations, and context, on the way language is used, and society's effect on language. It differs from sociology of language, which focuses on the effect of language on inguistics overlaps considerably with pragmatics. This book, addressed to experienced and novice language educators, provides an up-to-date overview of sociolinguistics, reflecting changes in the global situation and the continuing evolution of the field and its relevance to language education around the world. Topics covered include nationalism and popular culture, style and identity, creole languages, critical language awareness, gender and 4/5(2). There remains coverage of classic topics such as varieties of language, speech as social interaction, the quantitative study of speech, and linguistic and social inequality. Like the first, the second edition of Sociolinguistics is an exceptionally clear and helpful overview of the relationship of language and by: Sociolinguistics and Language Teaching Thomas S.C. Farrell A language teacher's role is not only critical in teaching a language, but also in teaching the cultures and societies that surround the language. Sociolinguistics and Language Teaching looks at the relationship between language and society and the pivotal part teachers play in shaping student perceptions of the language.