|Author:||Ralph W. Fasold|
|Subcategory:||Words Language & Grammar|
|Publisher:||Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (January 8, 1991)|
|Other formats:||rtf docx docx lrf|
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Introduction to Sociolinguistics, Volume I. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1990. Introduction to Sociolinguistics, Volume I.
While the general orientation of that work has been maintained, and some of its material has been reproduced here, the tremendous expansion of the eld has necessitated that the original work be substantially revised and updated for the current project.
Taken together, they cover a wide range of topics and issues. 85 MB·2,061 Downloads. quantitative sociolinguistics and inspired me to delve into the field of variationist.
Ralph Fasold is Associate Professor of Linguistics at Georgetown University, Washington DC.
Fasold does quite well to devote his final chapter to what may be called applied sociolinguistics (my term)
Basil Blackwell, 1990. The framework Fasold presents in the "Introduction" is one that he resists la- beling "theoretical," owing to its failure to meet the criteria for his idea of a "suc- cessful theory. Thus, he considers the book as treating a series of topics, inter- related wherever possible. Fasold does quite well to devote his final chapter to what may be called applied sociolinguistics (my term). This should be as regular a feature in introductory so- 214 Journal of Linguistic Anthropology ciolinguistics texts as applied anthropology is in introductory anthropology texts.
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