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Making waves : the story of variationist sociolinguistics / Sali A. Tagliamonte

"Making Waves" tells the human story of an academic field based on one-to-one interviews with 43 of the most famous scholars in Variationist Socioinguistics. Explanations of concepts, ideas, good practice and sage advice come directly from the progenitors of the discipline. An authentic, inside sto... Full description

PPN (Catalogue-ID): 834401053
Personen: Tagliamonte, Sali A. [VerfasserIn]
Format: eBook eBook
Language: English
Published: Hoboken, New Jersey, Wiley-Blackwell, 2016
Edition: First ed.
Basisklassifikation: 17.15
17.61
18.00
Subjects:

Sprechakt / Soziolinguistik

Sprachwandel / Soziolinguistik

Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Physical Description: Online-Ressource (223 p)
ISBN: 978-1-118-45516-6
1-118-45549-5
978-1-118-45549-4

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505 8 |a Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1 Where It Begins; Martha's Vineyard - 1960; New York City - 1963; York, England - 1963; William Bright's Conference - 1964; The LSA Summer Institute - 1964; Detroit; Washington; Center for Applied Linguistics - 1967; LSA Annual Meeting - 1968; Papua New Guinea - 1968; Norwich - 1968; Founding a Sociolinguistics Department - 1969; Belfast - 1970; Montreal - 1970; NWAV 1 - 1972; The Montreal French Project - 1970s; Summary; Notes; Chapter 2 Synchronicity and Sociolinguistics; Finding Linguistics; Penelope Eckert; Suzanne Romaine 
505 8 |a Ralph FasoldAnthony Kroch; Susan Pintzuk; John Singler; Deborah Tannen; Jim Milroy; Gregory Guy; Finding Labov; Crawford Feagin; Pierrette Thibault; Henrietta Cedergren; Jack Chambers; Ralph Fasold; Dennis Preston; Gunnel Tottie; Anthony Warner; Allan Bell; Nikolas Coupland; Robert Bayley; Anthony J. Naro; Studying with Bill; Penelope Eckert; Gregory Guy; John Rickford; John Baugh; Shana Poplack; Bill's Linguistics Laboratory in the Early 1970s; Anthony Kroch; Expansion and Reorganization; London; Nijmegen; Trinidad; Liberia; Sydney; Oxford; Southern United States; Newfoundland; Scandinavia 
505 8 |a NotesChapter 3 A Crescendo of Research; African American Vernacular English; A Southern Perspective; An African American perspective; A Trinidadian perspective; The Constant Rate Effect; Lexical Phonology; Puerto Rican Spanish; Code-Switching and Borrowing; The Brazilian Connection; Audience Design; Vernacular Roots; Historical Change and the Corpus Building Enterprise; Publishing Variationist Sociolinguistics; Sociolinguistics Symposium; Scandinavian Symposium on Syntactic Variation; ICAME; Journal of Sociolinguistics; UK Language Variation Workshop; ICLaVE; Evolution of NWAV; Notes 
505 8 |a Chapter 4 Roots of Variationist ThinkingVariationist Sociolinguistics; Roots of Variation; Dialectology; Historical Linguistics; Syntax; Sociology and Anthropology; Teaching; Accolades to Bill; Notes; Chapter 5 Sociolinguistics in the Street; Fieldwork; The Sociolinguistic Interview; Fieldwork Sites; Building a Corpus; Notes; Chapter 6 Why Statistics Is in Your Head; The Variable Rule Program; Using the Variable Rule Program; Why the Variable Rule Program?; Sharpening Our Tools; Notes; Chapter 7 Sociolinguistics From the Heart; Reading; Labov's Reading Program; Roger's Work in the Courts 
505 8 |a Walt's Outreach ProgramNotes; Chapter 8 Branching Out; Bursting at the Seams; Challenging the Categories; Social Class; Sex; Social Network; Variable Rules; The Social Component; Structure vs. Agency; The Debate over AAVE; Language Variety in the South; The Divergence Controversy; Springville Project; Samaná English; African Nova Scotian English; Hyde County, North Carolina; Phonology vs. Grammar; The Copula; Identity; Social Meaning; The Waves; The York (UK) Connection; Prescription vs. Praxis; Perception and Attitude; Grammaticalization; Evolution of the Literature; Notes 
505 8 |a Chapter 9 Why Do You Like Variation? 
520 |a "Making Waves" tells the human story of an academic field based on one-to-one interviews with 43 of the most famous scholars in Variationist Socioinguistics. Explanations of concepts, ideas, good practice and sage advice come directly from the progenitors of the discipline. An authentic, inside story about the origins of Sociolinguistics as Language Variation and Change, recording the context and spirit of sociolinguisticsProvides a timely audio archive of the reminiscences of the major Sociolinguists, including Labov, Fasold, Milroy, Trudgill, and Wolfram, with a companion website at featuring 400 audio clips from the interviewsGives students access to the views on language variation of major sociolinguists such as Bill Labov and Peter TrudgillOffers a human story of an academic field, and is written in the style of a novel, offering complete accessibility with minimal in-group terminology Sali A. Tagliamonteis a Professor in the Linguistics Department at the University of Toronto, Canada. She is author of Analysing Sociolinguistic Variation (2006) and Variationist Sociolinguistics: Change, Observation, Interpretation(Wiley-Blackwell, 2012), among other books and has published on African American varieties; British, Irish, and Canadian dialects; as well as child, teen, television, and Internet language. 
520 |a Making Wavestells the human story of an academic fieldbased on one-to-one interviews with 43 of the most famous scholars in Variationist Socioinguistics. Explanations of concepts, ideas, good practice and sage advice come directly from the progenitors of the discipline. An authentic, inside story about the origins of Sociolinguistics as Language Variation and Change, recording the context and spirit of sociolinguisticsProvides a timely audio archive of the reminiscences of the major Sociolinguists, including Labov, Fasold, Milroy, Trudgill, and Wolfram, with a companion website at featuring 400 audio clips from the interviewsGives students access to the views on language variation of major sociolinguists such as Bill Labov and Peter TrudgillOffers a human story of an academic field, and is written in the style of a novel, offering complete accessibility with minimal in-group terminology Sali A. Tagliamonteis a Professor in the Linguistics Department at the University of Toronto, Canada. She is author ofAnalysing Sociolinguistic Variation(2006) and Variationist Sociolinguistics: Change, Observation, Interpretation(Wiley-Blackwell, 2012), among other books and has published on African American varieties; British, Irish, and Canadian dialects; as well as child, teen, television, and Internet language. 
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