Foundations in Sociolinguistics: An ethnographic approach
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Linguistics as Sociolinguistics
The scope of sociolinguistics
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Foundations in Sociolinguistics: An Ethnographic Approach
Dell H. Hymes
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addressor American Anthropologist analysis apodosis approach aspect behavior Chinookan Chomsky Chomsky’s communicative events competence components conception concern context contrast creative cultural defined Dell Hymes dialects dimensions disciplines discourse English ethnography of communication ethnography of speaking example face value focus folklore formal forms of speech function genre Georgetown University grammar Gumperz Herderian human Hymes Iatmul interaction interpretation Kenneth Burke knowledge Labov language linguistic description linguistic form linguistic theory Menomini mock mode morphemes norms notion Ojibwa one’s organization of linguistic participants patterns persons perspective phonology problems pronouns recognized referential regard relation relevance role rules Sapir semantic sentences Sherzer situations social anthropology social meaning social science society sociolinguistic description sociolinguistics sociology speaker speech acts speech community speech events speech styles standpoint structural linguistics structure stylistic SWES syntactic threat types underlying University Press verbal Wishram York Yoruba