Foundations in Sociolinguistics: An ethnographic approach
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2 Studying the interaction of language and social life
The Status of Linguistics as a Science
3 Why linguistics needs the sociologist
4 Social anthropology sociolinguistics and the ethnography of speaking
linguistic vs sociolinguistic bases
6 The contribution of folklore to sociolinguistic research
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Foundations in Sociolinguistics: An Ethnographic Approach
Dell H. Hymes
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addressor American analysis apodosis approach behavior Burke Chinookan Chomsky classiﬁcation communicative events competence components conception concern context contrast creative cultural deﬁned deﬁnition dialects dimensions disciplines discourse English ethnography of communication ethnography of speaking example express ﬁeld ﬁnd ﬁrst focus folklore formal forms of speech function genres goal grammar guistics Gumperz Herderian Hidatsa human Hymes Iakobson Iatmul identiﬁed interaction interpretation Kenneth Burke kinesic knowledge Labov linguistic description linguistic form linguistic theory Menomini mock mode morphemes munity norms notion Ojibwa organization Paliyans participants patterns persons perspective phonology problems recognized referential reﬂects regard relation relationships relevance role rules Sapir scientiﬁc semantic sentences Sherzer signiﬁcance situations social anthropology social meaning society sociolinguistics sociology speaker speciﬁc speech acts speech community speech events speech styles standpoint structure stylistic syntactic threat tion types underlying verbal Wasco Wishram Yoruba