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0415469562
Author:
Miriam Meyerhoff,Erik Schleef
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Words Language & Grammar
Language:
English
Publisher:
Routledge (July 26, 2010)
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584 pages
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Doing Sociolinguistics, Miriam Meyerhoff, Erik Schleef . The Routledge Sociolinguistics Reader, Miriam Meyerhoff and Erik Schleef.

Doing Sociolinguistics, Miriam Meyerhoff, Erik Schleef, Laurel MacKenzie. Welcome to the online resources accompanying The Routledge Sociolinguistics Reader and Doing Sociolinguistics: a practical guide to data collection and analysis, and supporting the Routledge textbook, Introducing Sociolinguistics (Miriam Meyerhoff). You’ll find something here to support every chapter in the book.

The Routledge sociolinguistics reader. Book · May 2010 with 155 Reads. Isbn: 978-0415469579. Publisher: Routledge. Cite this publication. Victoria University of Wellington. In this way, he reaffirms, like others, that Sociolinguistics are not a marginal sub-domain of Linguistics , but rather another theoretical, methodological and epistemological approach of the same whole domain.

Meyerhoff, Miriam, and Erik Schleef. The Routledge Sociolinguistics Reader. Sankoff, Gillian, Miriam Meyerhoff, and Naomi Nagy. London: Routledge, 2010. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2000. Ehrlich, Susan, Miriam Meyerhoff, and Janet Holmes.

The Routledge Sociolinguistics Reader book. Both a companion to Introducing Sociolinguistics, Miriam Meyerhoff's bestselling textbook, and a stand-alone Reader in sociolinguistics, this collection includes classic foundational readings and more recent innovative articles.

He has lived and taught in the US, the UK, Germany, and Switzerland.

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In Miriam Meyerhoff & Erik Schleef (ed., The Routledge sociolinguistics reader, 1-26. Becoming local: Exploring adolescents’ sociolinguistic limits and potential (with Miriam Meyerhoff & Lynn Clark). London and New York: Routledge, 2010. In Martin Edwardes (e., Proceedings of the BAAL annual conference 2009, 93-97. London: Scitsiugnil Press, 2010. Miriam Meyerhoff, Erik Schleef

The Routledge Sociolinguistics Reader. Miriam Meyerhoff, Erik Schleef. This introduction is supplemented by exercises focussing on data handling and collection. The Reader is divided into six sections and each section is thematically organised.

Miriam Meyerhoff (author), Erik Schleef (author), Laurel MacKenzie . It's hard to think of another book that takes the reader so quickly and effortlessly into the heart of the field.

Miriam Meyerhoff (author), Erik Schleef (author), Laurel MacKenzie (author). off) which features further online exercises with sound files. Nick Evans, Australian National University.

Both a companion to Introducing Sociolinguistics, Miriam Meyerhoff’s bestselling textbook, and a stand-alone Reader in sociolinguistics, this collection includes classic foundational readings and more recent innovative articles.

Intended to be highly user-friendly, The Routledge Sociolinguistics Reader includes substantial section introductions, further reading, a reader’s guide on how to use the book and an introductory chapter providing advice on how to undertake qualitative and quantitative research. This introduction is supplemented by exercises focussing on data handling and collection.

The Reader is divided into six sections and each section is thematically organised. Each reading is accessible to beginning students of sociolinguistics but the entire selection is assembled to also help advanced students focus on themes, principles and concepts that cut across different researchers' work. Beginning and advanced students are supported by Content Questions to assist understanding of essential features in the readings, and Concept Questions which help advanced students make connections across readings, apply theory to data, and critically engage with the readings. A companion website supports and connects the Reader and textbook with structured exercises, links to associated websites and video examples, plus an online glossary.

The Routledge Sociolinguistics Reader is essential reading for students on courses in sociolinguistics, language and society, and language and variation.

Authors: Allan Bell, Jennifer Hay, Stefanie Jannedy, Norma Mendoza-Denton, Qing Zhang, John Laver, Sachiko Ide, Dennis R. Preston, Thomas Purnell, William Idsardi, John Baugh, Gibson Ferguson, Isabelle Buchstaller, Jinny K. Choi, Don Kulick, Christopher Stroud, Jan-Peter Blom, John J. Gumperz, David Britain, Monica Heller, Ben Rampton, Miriam Meyerhoff, Nancy Niedzielski, William Labov, Rika Ito, Sali Tagliamonte, Gillian Sankoff, Hélène Blondeau, Peter Trudgill, Richard Cameron, Lesley Milroy, James Milroy, Paul Kerswill, Ann Williams, Terttu Nevalainen, Penelope Eckert, Janet Holmes, Stephanie Schnurr,Niloofar Haeri, Elinor Ochs, Scott Fabius Kiesling, Rusty Barrett

Go to www.routledge.com/textbooks/meyerhoff for online resources supporting The Routledge Sociolinguistics Reader and Introducing Sociolinguistics (Meyerhoff 2011)

  • Varshav
Readers should be banned. We are forced to buy new ones by our instructors every year because they keep getting updated and then the bookstores won't buy them back! Please please please just publish the articles and let us download PDFs. Don't you remember when you were in grad school and you were poor?

Of course, as far as actual content goes- the book is well done. But heavy.
  • Phalaken
This is pretty much what you would expect with a sociolinguistics reader: a variety of topics and pretty dry. Perhaps well suited for undergrad or masters course work.