Foundations in Sociolinguistics: An ethnographic approach

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Dell Hymes
Routledge, 16.10.2013 - 264 Seiten
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INTRODUCTION
Toward Ethnographies of Communication
Studying the interaction of language and social life
The Status of Linguistics as a Science
Social anthropology sociolinguistics and
linguistic vs sociolinguistic bases
The contribution of folklore to sociolinguistic research
The contribution of poetics to sociolinguistic research
Linguistics as Sociolinguistics
Quantifiers Keys
The scope of sociolinguistics
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