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Cambridge : Cambridge University, 1980
218 s.

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ISBN 0-521-29473-8 (brož.)
Cambridge textbooks in linguistics
Popsáno dle dotisku vydaného v roce 1994
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Obsahuje bibliografii na s. 209-214
Angličtina - dialektologie - texty odborné
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CONTENTS // List of maps page ix // List of figures xi // List of tables xii // The International Phonetic Alphabet xiii // BACKGROUND // 1 Dialect and language 3 // 1.1 Mutual intelligibility 3 // 1.2 Language, dialect and accent 5 // 1.3 Geographical dialect continua 6 // 1.4 Social dialect continua 8 // 1.5 Autonomy and heteronomy 10 // 1.6 Discreteness and continuity 14 // Further information 14 // 2 Dialect geography 15 // 2. i The impetus for dialect geography 15 // 2.2 An outline history of dialect geography 18 // 2-3 The methods of dialect geography 24 // 2.3.1 The questionnaire 24 // 2.3.2 Linguistic maps 28 // 2.3.3 The selection of informants 33 // Further information 35 // 3 Dialectology and linguistics 37 // 3.1 Dialectolog>’and philology 37 // Contents // 3.2 Structural dialectology 38 // 3.2.1 Inventory, distribution and incidence 41 // 3.2.2 Lexical correspondences 42 // 3.3 Generative dialectology 45 // 3.4 Polylectal grammars 50 // Further information 53 // 4 Urban dialectology 54 // 4. i Social dialects 54 // 4.2 Urban dialects 55 // 4.3 Representativeness 56 // 4.4 Obtaining data 58 // 4.5 Classifying informants 59 // 4.6 The linguistic variable 59 // Further information 64 // SOCIAL VARIATION // 5 Social differentiation and language 67 // 5.1 Language and social class 67 // 5.2 Stylistic differentiation 70 // 5.3 Sex differentiation 71 // 5.4 Other aspects of social differentiation in language 74 // 5.4. i Language and ethnic group 74 // 5.4.2 Social networks 75
// 5.4.3 Individual characteristics 79 // Further information 80 // 6 Sociolinguistic structure and linguistic innovation 82 // 6.1 Indicators and markers 82 // 6.1.1 Overt stigmatisation 84 // 6.1.2 Linguistic change 84 // 6.1.3 Phonological contrast 85 // 6.1.4 Stereotypes 87 // 6.2 The study of linguistic change 88 // 6.2.1 Patterns of age differentiation 91 // 6.3 Mechanisms of linguistic change 94 // 6.3.1 Stylistic variation 95 // 6.3.2 The role of sex 97 // 6.3.3 Covert prestige 98 // Further information 100 // Contents // SPATIAL VARIATION // 7 Boundaries 103 // 7.1 Isoglosses 103 // 7.2 Patterns of isoglosses 105 // 7.3 Bundles 109 // 7.4 Grading of isoglosses 112 // 7.4. i Structural categories of isoglosses 112 // 7.4.2 Distribution of lexical isoglosses 116 // 7.5 Cultural correlates of isoglosses 120 // Further information 123 // 8 Transitions 125 // 8.1 Gradual and abrupt transition 125 // 8.2 Introduction to the variables 127 // 8.3 The transition zone for (u) 129 // 8.4 Mixed and fudged lects 132 // 8.5 The variable (a) i37 // 8.6 Transitions in general 142 // Further information 142 // MECHANISMS OF VARIATION // 9 Variability 145 // 9. i The variable as a structural unit 145 // 9.2 Implicational scales 149 // 9.3 Variable rules 155 // 9.4 Objections to implicational scales and variable rules 159 // Further information 161 // 10 Diffusion: sociolinguistic and lexical 163 // i o. i Real time and apparent time 163 // 10.2 Innovators of change 167 // 10.2. i A class-based
innovation in Norwich 167 // 10.2.2 A sex-based innovation in Belfast 170 // 10.2.3 An age-based innovation in New York City 171 // 10.3 Lexical diffusion 174 // Further information 180 // 11 Diffusion : geographical 182 // 11.1 Spatial diffusion of language 182 // 11.2 Spatial linguistics 183 // Contents // 11.3 Linguistic areas 184 // 11.4 Uvular/?/in Europe 187 // 11.5 Diffusion down the urban hierarchy 189 // 11.6 Cartographical representation of spatial diffusion 192 // 11.6.1 The Norwegian study 194 // 11.7 Explanations in sociolinguistic dialect geography 196 // 11.8 Further refinements to the model 202 // Further information 204 // 12 Towards geolinguistics 205 // Further information 207 // Bibliography 209 // Index 215

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