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Sociolinguistics

LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Speech Community, Prestige Group, Gymnastics At The 2011 Pan American Games

Tuesday, October 28 R in the Southern US Deletion was spreading westward from cultural centers. R-fullness was typical of rural, older and uneducated speech, of those outside of the plantation system, while R-lessness wa...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Simone De Beauvoir, False Dilemma, Componential Analysis

th​ November 4​ , 2014 Next class: Labov article 4 Sociolinguistic Patterns Indicators Markers Prestige Innovations (R presence in NYC) Over-reporting in the MMC Vernacular Innovation These are the charts that y...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Great Range, Derek Bentley Case, Forensic Linguistics

Review (Discourse) -​ Dual function of compliments o​ Evaluative or supportive -​ Still, there is a preferred response o​ Thank you,...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Isogloss, Indonesian Rupiah, Upper Class

th​ October 30​ , 2014 Neighbourhood Effect If we look at Figure 6.2 on Page 181, what we see id that the change is indeed spreading slowly as per the “neighbourhood effect”, but that there is also an “urban” jump. This ...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Yankee Group, Diphthong, Oneword

November 13​ , 2014h​ Language Reform According to Lakoff: “social change creates language change, not the reverse, social change must precede lexical change… one cannot purely by changing language use ...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Forensic Linguistics, Diaphoneme, Collocation

November 27.14 Collocation: review of the Bentley case – “I then” vs. “then I” This is a linguistic variable (paper). The variants don’t have equal frequency www.corpus.byu.edu​ - database with spoken ...

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LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Pap Test, Omen, Hysterectomy

Review -​ Brown and Gillman -​ What are the dimensions that dictate usage? -​ Power and solidarity o​Solidarity won out (two people who don’t know each other will “V” each ...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Salmon, Language Change, Continuant

st Tuesday October 21​ Social Networks: Dense (those you interact with interact with each other, think “tightly knit community”). Multiplex (you interact with an i...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Diphthong, Newfoundland English, Thirteen Colonies

th Review – September 25​ Pidgins and Creoles: Definitions, Origins, Lexical/phonological/grammatical features -​ Monogenetic model (one parent language) o​ Problem: explain all t...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture 2: lecture2

Structural Language as a System Whats the difference between a linguistic system (e.g. a language) and other systems, e.g. one involving mathematical systems? n the latter, 2 is always 2; 7 is always 7, etc. o T hey are ...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Speech Community, Pipefitter, Diaphoneme

Thursday, October 9, 14 Review of Diglossia When two languages have non-overlapping functions/domains in society. ...

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Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Noam Chomsky, Universal Grammar, Guyanese Creole

Review: September 23, 14 -​ Its not the most systematic or rule governed -​ How do we know this? o​ There are many inconsistencies (e.g.: 2 personal pronouns; ​I ...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Social Choice Theory, Franglais, Diglossia

October 7​ , 14h​ Age and Sex Generally speaking, men and women reported the same patterns, but putting all men and all women in the same category masks an important detail. YOUTH: the younger the more German: preferre...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Social Stratification, Diaphoneme, Sociolinguistics

th Tuesday, October 14​ Style-Shifting Question: why does Labov say, “it is difficult to distinguish a casual salesman from a careful pipefitter”? Another interesting point out th...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Trademark Infringement, Language Death, Language Change

Bilingualism -​ Social value of languages in competition -​ Individual and societal bilingualism -​ Pidgins and Creoles -​ Language death Language and...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
Understanding the Short Story - Reference Guides

Award Winning Professors Series 2Understanding The Short Story3Understanding The Short Story Understanding The Short StoryUnderstanding The Short Story TM permacharts THE EVOLUTION OF THE SHORT STORY (cont.)STEPS TO ANALYS...

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Twelfth Night - Reference Guides

TM permacharts Twelfth Night StructureJust the Facts AIN PLOTARALLEL PLOTSILLIAM SHAKESPEARE MPW Act IIntroduction Main characters and actions are introduced The Duke, Olivia,The Romantic Plot involves Orsino, Olivia, and ...

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Romeo & Juliet - Reference Guides

TM permacharts Romeo Juliet StructureBackgroundJust the Facts AIN PLOTIMEILLIAM SHAKESPEARE MTW Act I Introduction Warring feud between Capulets and Montagues Born 1564; died 1616 Play occurs over a period of 5 days in mi...

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English Composition - Reference Guides

TM permacharts English Composition English Composition 2nd EDITION THE SENTENCE Sentencesform the basis for written language and composition A sentence is a group of words that forms a complete thought It is easier to expr...

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English Grammar - Reference Guides

TM permacharts English Grammar English Grammar 2nd EDITION PARTS OF SPEECHSENTENCE TYPES A sentenceis a group of words that can stand DJECTIVESONJUNCTIONS AC on its own as a completed thought; it begins Describe nouns and ...

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English Verbs - Reference Guides

TM permacharts English Verbs English Verbs 2nd EDITION PRESENT TENSEPHRASAL VERBS A phrasal verbis a two part verb IMPLE PRESENT S consisting of a verb and a particle Expresses daily habits or usual Expresses general factu...

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English as a Second Language - Reference Guides

TM permacharts English as a Second Language English as a Second Language 2nd EDITION BASIC SENTENCE REQUIREMENTSSUBJECTVERB AGREEMENT All sentences must begin with a capital letter A verb must agree with its subject in per...

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