Sociolinguistics

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Informationen zum Autor Peter Trudgill is currently Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. He is the author of: English Accents and Dialects (with Arthur Hughes); International English (with Jean Hannah); Applied Sociolinguistics; Language in the British Isles; The Dialects of England; The Sociolinguistics Reader (with Jenny Cheshire); and the Penguin books Bad Language (with Lars Andersson) and Introducing Language and Society. He lives in Lausanne, Switzerland. Klappentext 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. These range from gender, environment, age, race, class, region and politics. Trudgill's book surveys languages and societies from all over the world drawing on examples from Afrikaans to Yiddish. He has added a fascinating chapter on the development of a language as a result of a non-native speaker's use of it. Compelling and authoritative, this new edition of a bestselling book is set to redraw the boundaries of the study of sociolinguistics. Zusammenfassung Examines the close link between language and society and the many factors that influence the way we speak. Ranging from gender, environment, age, race, class, region and politics, this work surveys languages and societies from all over the world drawing on examples from Afrikaans to Yiddish. It is suitable for sociolinguistics. Inhaltsverzeichnis List of Figures, Maps and Tables Acknowledgments Phonetic Symbols 1. Sociolinguistics-Language and Society 2. Language and Social Class 3. Language and Ethnic Group 4. Language and Sex 5. Language and Context 6. Language and Social Interaction 7. Language and Nation 8. Language and Geography 9. Language and Humanity Annotated Bibliography and Further Reading Index

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Peter Trudgill is currently Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. He is the author of: English Accents and Dialects (with Arthur Hughes); International English (with Jean Hannah); Applied Sociolinguistics; Language in the British Isles; The Dialects of England; The Sociolinguistics Reader (with Jenny Cheshire); and the Penguin books Bad Language (with Lars Andersson) and Introducing Language and Society. He lives in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Klappentext

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. These range from gender, environment, age, race, class, region and politics. Trudgill's book surveys languages and societies from all over the world drawing on examples from Afrikaans to Yiddish. He has added a fascinating chapter on the development of a language as a result of a non-native speaker's use of it. Compelling and authoritative, this new edition of a bestselling book is set to redraw the boundaries of the study of sociolinguistics.



Zusammenfassung
Examines the close link between language and society and the many factors that influence the way we speak. Ranging from gender, environment, age, race, class, region and politics, this work surveys languages and societies from all over the world drawing on examples from Afrikaans to Yiddish. It is suitable for sociolinguistics.

Inhalt

List of Figures, Maps and Tables
Acknowledgments
Phonetic Symbols
1. Sociolinguistics-Language and Society
2. Language and Social Class
3. Language and Ethnic Group
4. Language and Sex
5. Language and Context
6. Language and Social Interaction
7. Language and Nation
8. Language and Geography
9. Language and Humanity
Annotated Bibliography and Further Reading
Index

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Produktinformationen

Titel
Sociolinguistics
Untertitel
An Introduction to Language and Society
Autor
EAN
9780140289213
ISBN
978-0-14-028921-3
Format
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Herausgeber
Penguin Books
Genre
Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften
Anzahl Seiten
240
Gewicht
180g
Größe
H197mm x B127mm x T13mm
Jahr
2000
Untertitel
Englisch
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