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An Introduction to Sociolinguistics (4th ed.) (Learning about Language series) by Janet Holmes. Read online, or download in secure PDF or secure EPUB. Andrew Spencer. Morphological Theory. 3. Helen Goodluck. Language Acquisition. 4. Ronald Wardhaugh. Introduction to Sociolinguistics (Fifth. Get this from a library! An introduction to sociolinguistics. [Ronald Wardhaugh; Janet M Fuller] -- Fully updated to reflect the most recent scholarship in the field.
Get Citation Holmes, J. An Introduction to Sociolinguistics. Divided into three sections, this book explains basic sociolinguistic concepts in the light of classic approaches as well as introducing more recent research. This fifth edition has been revised and updated throughout using key concepts and examples to guide the reader through this fascinating area, including: a new chapter on identity that reflects the latest research; a brand new companion website which is fully cross-referenced within this book, and which includes and video and audio materials, interactive activities and links to useful websites; updated and revised examples and exercises which include new material from Tanzania, Wales, Paraguay and Timor-Leste; fully updated further reading and references sections. An Introduction to Sociolinguistics is the essential introductory text for all students of sociolinguistics and a splendid point of reference for students of English language studies, linguistics and applied linguistics.
It uses these sociolinguistic constructs of identity to tie together current concepts and methods in the field, offering a full overview of the discipline, both past and present.
Deckert and Vickers adopt an interdisciplinary approach, introducing work from a variety of fields that examine sociolinguistic data, from linguistics to anthropology, sociology, psychology and education.
The book moves from looking at language varieties and globalization to a close examination of language in social interaction, covering the concepts of ideology and power. Throughout, the authors offer keen insight into all of the topics, issues and methods that students of language and society will need to understand.
The chapters contain a range of pedagogical features, including key terms, study questions, chapter summaries and further reading. This is an essential new text for all those studying contemporary sociolinguistics, suitable for undergraduates and postgraduates alike. Table of contents 1. Introduction to Sociolinguistics: Society and Identity 2. Identity as a Central Theme in Linguistics 3.
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Working with Spoken Discourse. Professor Deborah Cameron. Kingsley Bolton. An Introduction to Sociolinguistics is an essential introductory text for all students of sociolinguistics and a splendid point of reference for students of applied linguistics. It is also an accessible guide for those who are simply interested in language and the many and varied uses we put it to.
She teaches sociolinguistics courses from first year to postgraduate level Her books include Gendered Talk at Work andthe Blackwell Handbook of Language and Gender co-edited with Miriam Meyerhoff. Most recently she has published Leadership, Discourse and Ethnicity co-authored with Meredith Marra and Bernadette Vine reflecting her most recent research interests which focus on leadership discourse and the relevance of gender and ethnicity in the workplace.
An Introduction to Sociolinguistics. Janet Holmes. This fourth edition has been revised and updated throughout using key concepts and examples to guide the reader through this fascinating area, including: Authors Acknowledgements. Publishers Acknowledgements.