社会言語学入門(第5版)<br>An Introduction to Sociolinguistics (Learning about Language) (5TH)

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社会言語学入門(第5版)
An Introduction to Sociolinguistics (Learning about Language) (5TH)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 538 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781138845008
  • DDC分類 306.44

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In this best-selling introductory textbook, Janet Holmes and Nick Wilson examine the role of language in a variety of social contexts, considering both how language works and how it can be used to signal and interpret various aspects of social identity. Divided into three sections, this book explains basic sociolinguistic concepts in the light of classic approaches as well as introducing more recent research.This fifth edition has been revised and updated throughout using key concepts and examples to guide the reader through this fascinating area, including:a new chapter on identity that reflects the latest research;a brand new companion website which is fully cross-referenced within this book, and which includes and video and audio materials, interactive activities and links to useful websites;updated and revised examples and exercises which include new material from Tanzania, Wales, Paraguay and Timor-Leste;fully updated further reading and references sections.An Introduction to Sociolinguistics is the essential introductory text for all students of sociolinguistics and a splendid point of reference for students of English language studies, linguistics and applied linguistics.

Table of Contents

List of Figures List of Maps                       xi
List of Tables xii
Preface to Fifth Edition xiii
Preface to Fourth Edition xiv
Preface to Third Edition xv
Preface to Second Edition xvi
Preface to First Edition xvii
Authors' Acknowledgements xviii
Publisher's Acknowledgements xix
The Online Companion xxi
1 What do sociolinguists study? 1 (16)
What is a sociolinguist? 1 (1)
Why do we say the same thing in different 2 (2)
ways?
What are the different ways we say things? 4 (4)
Social factors, dimensions and explanations 8 (9)
Section I Multilingual Speech Communities 17 (120)
2 Language choice in multilingual communities 19 (36)
Choosing your variety or code 19 (8)
Diglossia 27 (8)
Code-switching or code-mixing 35 (20)
3 Language maintenance and shift 55 (25)
Language shift in different communities 55 (5)
Language death and language loss 60 (2)
Factors contributing to language shift 62 (4)
How can a minority language be maintained? 66 (4)
Language revival 70 (10)
4 Linguistic varieties and multilingual 80 (24)
nations
Vernacular languages 81 (1)
Standard languages 82 (4)
Lingua francas 86 (3)
Pidgins and creoles 89 (15)
5 National languages and language planning 104 (33)
National and official languages 106 (5)
Planning for a national official language 111 (5)
Developing a standard variety in Norway 116 (5)
The linguist's role in language planning 121 (16)
Section II Language Variation: Focus on Users 137 (116)
6 Regional and social dialects 139 (28)
Regional variation 140 (7)
Social variation 147 (1)
Social dialects 148 (19)
7 Gender and age 167 (27)
Gender-exclusive speech differences: highly 167 (4)
structured communities
Gender-preferential speech features: social 171 (1)
dialect research
Gender and social class 172 (3)
Explanations of women's linguistic behaviour 175 (8)
Age-graded features of speech 183 (2)
Age and social dialect data 185 (3)
Age grading and language change 188 (6)
8 Ethnicity and social networks 194 (20)
Ethnicity 194 (9)
Social networks 203 (11)
9 Language change 214 (39)
Variation and change 215 (7)
How do changes spread? 222 (5)
How do we study language change? 227 (3)
Reasons for language change 230 (16)
Interlude: identity in sociolinguistics 246 (1)
Sociolinguistics and identity 246 (7)
Section III Language Variation: Focus on Uses 253 (246)
10 Style, context and register 255 (38)
Addressee as an influence on style 256 (5)
Accommodation theory 261 (5)
Context, style and class 266 (9)
Style in non-Western societies 275 (4)
Register 279 (14)
11 Speech functions, politeness and 293 (29)
cross-cultural communication
The functions of speech 294 (9)
Politeness and address forms 303 (9)
Linguistic politeness in different cultures 312 (10)
12 Gender, politeness and stereotypes 322 (37)
Women's language and confidence 322 (10)
Interaction 332 (6)
Gossip 338 (4)
The linguistic construction of gender 342 (2)
The linguistic construction of sexuality 344 (2)
Sexist language 346 (13)
13 Language, cognition and culture 359 (26)
Language and perception 360 (4)
Whorl 364 (5)
Linguistic categories and culture 369 (5)
Discourse patterns and culture 374 (3)
Language, social class and cognition 377 (8)
14 Analysing discourse 385 (47)
Pragmatics and politeness theory 386 (8)
Ethnography of speaking 394 (6)
Interactional sociolinguistics 400 (6)
Conversation Analysis (CA) 406 (9)
Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) 415 (17)
15 Attitudes and applications 432 (30)
Attitudes to language 432 (15)
Sociolinguistics and education 447 (5)
Sociolinguistics and forensic linguistics 452 (10)
16 Conclusion 462 (37)
Sociolinguistic competence 463 (6)
Dimensions of sociolinguistic analysis 469 (3)
Sociolinguistic universals 472 (5)
References 477 (22)
Appendix: phonetic symbols 499 (2)
Sociolinguistics: key words and concepts 501 (24)
Index 525