Sociolinguistica

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Sociolinguistica est descriptivum effectuum omnium rerum societatis studium, inter quas normae culturae, exspectationes, et contextus de usu linguae et quo modo societas linguae valet. Sociolinguistica a sociologia linguae differt quia sociologia linguae rationem tractat per quam lingua in societate valet, cum autem sociolinguistica rationem tractat per quam societas in lingua valet. Sociolinguistica cum pragmatica magnopere congruit. Cum anthropologia linguistica in historia artissime conectitur, et discrimen harum disciplinarum in dubium vocatum est.[1]

Sociolinguistica variationem inter greges a certis variabilibus socialibus separatos (e.g., ab ethnicitate, religione, statu sociali, genere, gradibus educationis, aetate) et regulas creatas et adhaesas ad homines in classes sociales vel sociooeconomicas describendos etiam tractat. Quia usus linguae inter locos et classes sociales variat, sociolinguistica sociolectos investigat. Gulielmus Labov, conditor sociolinguisticae saepe habitus, quantitativo variationis et mutationis linguae studio praecipue innotuit,[2] sociologiam linguae disciplinam academicam reddens.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Gumperz et Cook-Gumperz 2008.
  2. Paolillo 2001; Tagliamonte 2006.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Chambers, J. K. 2009. Sociolinguistic Theory: Linguistic Variation and Its Social Significance. Malden: Wiley Blackwell. ISBN 9781405152464.
  • Darnell, Regna. 1971. Linguistic Diversity in Canadian Society. Edmontoniae: Linguistic Research. OCLC 540626.
  • Deckert, Sharon K., et Caroline H. Vickers. 2011. An Introduction to Sociolinguistics: Society and Identity. Londinii et Novi Eboraci: Continuum. ISBN 9781441100283, ISBN 1441100288, ISBN 9781441150233, ISBN 1441150234.
  • Dubois, Sylvie, et Barbara Horvath. 1998. Let's tink about dat: Interdental Fricatives in Cajun English. Language Variation and Change 10(3):245–61.
  • Gumperz, John J., et Jenny Cook-Gumperz. 2008. Studying language, culture, and society: Sociolinguistics or linguistic anthropology? Journal of Sociolinguistics 12(4): 532-545.
  • Kordić, Snježana. 2009. Plurizentrische Sprachen, Ausbausprachen, Abstandsprachen und die Serbokroatistik." Zeitschrift für Balkanologie 45(2): 210–215. ISSN 0044-2356. OCLC 680567046. ZDB-ID 201058-6.
  • Kordić, Snježana. 2014. Lengua y Nacionalismo. Matriti: Euphonía Ediciones. ISBN 9788493666880. OL 16814702W.
  • Labov, William. 2010. Principles of Linguistic Change. 3 vol. Malden: Wiley Blackwell. ISBN 9781444327885.
  • Lakoff, Robin Tolmach. 2000. The Language War. Berkeleiae: University of California Press. ISBN 9780520928077.
  • Meyerhoff, Miriam. 2011. Introducing Sociolinguistics. Taylor & Francis. ISBN 9781135284435.
  • Milroy, Lesley, et Matthew Gordon. 2008. Sociolinguistics: Method and Interpretation. John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 9780470758205.
  • Paolillo, John C. 2001. Analyzing Linguistic Variation: Statistical Models and Methods. CSLI Press
  • Paulston, Christina Bratt, et G. Richard Tucker. 2010. The Early Days of Sociolinguistics: Memories and Reflections. Dallas: SIL International. ISBN 9781556712531.
  • Tagliamonte, Sali A. 2006. Analysing Sociolinguistic Variation. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521778183.
  • Trudgill, Peter. 2000. Sociolinguistics: An Introduction to Language and Society.' Penguin. ISBN 9780141926308.
  • Watts, Richard J. 2003. Politeness. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978052179406-0.

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