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Textbook Notes for Linguistics 1028A/B at Western University (UWO)

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Linguistics 1028A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 14.0: Mutual Intelligibility, Diaphoneme, Speech Community

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Sociolinguistics: the study of the relationship between language structures as they are used in discourse and the social roles and/or situations associ
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WESTERNLING 1028A/BStephanie KellySpring

Linguistics 1028A/B Chapter 14.6: Distinctions Within a Community- Class, Ethnicity, and Gender

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Linguistics 1028A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 14.5: Lexifier, Tok Pisin, Michif Language

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WESTERNLING 1028A/BStephanie KellySpring

Linguistics 1028A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 14.2: Joule, Canadian Raising, Canadian English

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WESTERNLING 1028A/BStephanie KellySpring

Linguistics 1028A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 14.1: Sociolinguistics, Underlying Representation, Phoneme

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Social distinctions are reflected in linguistic distinctions and variationist sociolinguistics explains that connection. Variationist sociolinguistics:
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WESTERNLING 1028A/BStephanie KellySpring

Linguistics 1028A/B Chapter 14.4: Isolation

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Isolated speech communities preserve older ways of speaking. The changes that occur in the language spoken in one area or group do not necessarily spre
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WESTERNLING 1028A/BStephanie KellySpring

Linguistics 1028A/B Chapter 2: Phonetics- The Sounds of Language

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Phonetics: the study of the structure of the sounds of speech. Phones or speech sounds: individual units of sound. Articulatory phonetics: analyzing th
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WESTERNLING 1028A/BStephanie KellySpring

Linguistics 1028A/B Chapter 3.0-3.1: Segments

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Phonology: a language"s selection from the range of all possible speech sounds organized into a system of contrasts and patterns. The relationships amo
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Linguistics 1028A/B Chapter 3.2: Syllables

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A dot (. ) is used to mark the boundary between two syllables. In hawaiian, syllables consist of either a vowel by itself or a vowel then a consonant (
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