Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS 2017-05-24¢  4 Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS Merrison,
Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS 2017-05-24¢  4 Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS Merrison,
Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS 2017-05-24¢  4 Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS Merrison,
Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS 2017-05-24¢  4 Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS Merrison,
Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS 2017-05-24¢  4 Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS Merrison,

Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS 2017-05-24¢  4 Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS Merrison,

  • View
    3

  • Download
    0

Embed Size (px)

Text of Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS 2017-05-24¢  4 Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS...

  • Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS

    Bell, a. (1997) ‘language style as audience design’, in n. Coupland and a. Jaworski (eds) (1997) Sociolinguistics: A Reader and Coursebook, houndmills: Macmillan press.

    Bloomfield, l. (1933) Language, london: george allen and unwin ltd.

    Bright, W. (ed.) (1966) Sociolinguistics: Proceedings of the UCLA Sociolinguistics Conference, 1964, the hague: Mouton and Co.

    Brown, p. and levinson, S.C. (1987) Politeness: Some Universals in Language Use, Cambridge: Cambridge university press.

    Chomsky, a.n. (1965) Aspects of the Theory of Syntax, Cambridge, Mass.: Mit press.

    Clark, h.h. (1996) Using language, Cambridge: Cambridge university press.

    Clark, h.h. and Clark, e.V. (1977) Psychology and Language: An Introduction to Psycholinguistics, new York: harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

    Coulmas, F. (ed.) (1997) The Handbook of Sociolinguistics, oxford: Blackwell.

    Coupland, n. and Jaworski, a. (eds) (1997) Sociolinguistics: A Reader and Coursebook, houndmills: Macmillan press.

    Coupland, n. and Jaworski, a. (eds) (2008) Sociolinguistics: Volumes I–VI, abingdon: routledge.

    Coupland, n. and Jaworski, a. (eds) (2009) The New Sociolinguistics Reader, houndmills: palgrave Macmillan.

    Davies, B.l. (2005) ‘Communities of practice: legitimacy not choice’, Journal of Sociolinguistics, 9: 558–582.

    Davies, B.l., Merrison, a.J. and goddard, a. (2005) ‘institutional apologies in uK higher education: getting back into the black before going into the red’, Journal of Politeness Research, 3(1): 39–63.

    eckert, p. (1989) Jocks and Burnouts: Social Categories and Identity in the High School, new York: teachers’ College press.

    eckert, p. (1997) [1989] ‘the whole woman: sex and gender differences in variation’, in n. Coupland and a. Jaworski (eds) Sociolinguistics: A Reader and Coursebook, houndmills: Macmillan press.

    eckert, p. and McConnell-ginet, S. (1992) ‘think practically and look locally: language and gender as community-based practice’, Annual Review of Anthropology, 21: 461–490.

  • Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS2

    eckert, p. and rickford, J.r. (eds) (2001) Style and Sociolinguistic Variation, Cambridge: Cambridge university press.

    Fasold, r. (1984) The Sociolinguistics of Society, oxford: Basil Blackwell.

    Ferguson, C.a. (1972) [1959] ‘Diglossia’, in p.p. giglioli (ed.) Language and Social Context, london: penguin Books.

    Fishman, J.a. (1972) [1965] ‘the relationship between micro- and macro- sociolinguistics in the study of who speaks what language to whom and when’, in J.B. pride and J. holmes (eds) Sociolinguistics, harmondsworth: penguin Books.

    giglioli, p.p. (ed.) (1972) Language and Social Context, london: penguin Books.

    giles, h. and powesland, p. (1997) [1975] ‘accomodation theory’, in n. Coupland and a. Jaworski (eds) Sociolinguistics: A Reader and Coursebook, houndmills: Macmillan press.

    giles, h. and Smith, p. (1979) ‘accommodation theory: optimal levels of conver- gence’, in h. giles and r. St. Clair (eds) Language and Social Psychology, oxford: Blackwell.

    giles, h. and St. Clair, r. (eds) (1979) Language and Social Psychology, oxford: Blackwell.

    gilroy, h. and Merrison, a.J. (in prep.) ‘When wor(l)ds collide: the role of common ground in face and identity management within a virtual learning environment discussion forum’.

    goffman, e. (1967) [1955] ‘on face-work’, in e. goffman (1967) Interaction Ritual: Essays on Face-to-Face Behavior, new York: pantheon Books.

    goffman, e. (1981) [1979] ‘Footing’, in e. goffman Forms of Talk, philadelphia: university of pennsylvania press.

    griffiths, p., Merrison, a.J. and Bloomer, a. (2010) Language in Use: A Reader, abingdon: routledge.

    gumperz, J.J. (1972) [1968] ‘the speech community’, in p.p. giglioli (ed.) Language and Social Context, london: penguin Books.

    halliday, M.a.K. (1973) Explorations in the Functions of Language, london: edward arnold.

    hambling-Jones, o. and Merrison, a.J. (2012) ‘inequity in the pursuit of intimacy: an analysis of British pick-up artist interactions’, Journal of Pragmatics, 44: 1115–1127.

  • Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS 3

    hudson, r.a. (1980) Sociolinguistics, Cambridge: Cambridge university press.

    hymes, D. (1972a) [1964] ‘towards ethnographies of communication: the analysis of communicative events’, in p.p. giglioli (ed.) Language and Social Context, london: penguin Books.

    hymes, D. (1972b) [1971] ‘on communicative competence’, in J.B. pride and J. holmes (eds) Sociolinguistics, harmondsworth: penguin Books.

    hymes, D. (1972c) ‘Models of the interaction of language and social life’, in J.J. gumperz and D. hymes (eds) Directions in Sociolinguistics, london: holt rinehart and Winston inc.

    hymes, D. (1974) Foundations in Sociolinguistics: An Ethnographic Approach, london: tavistock publications.

    labov, W. (1972) Sociolinguistic Patterns, Basil Blackwell: oxford.

    labov, W. (1994) Principles of Linguistic Change: Internal Factors, Basil Blackwell: oxford.

    labov, W. (2001) Principles of Linguistic Change: Social Factors, Basil Blackwell: oxford.

    labov, W. (2010) Principles of Linguistic Change: Cognitive and Cultural Factors, Basil Blackwell: oxford.

    lave, J. and Wenger, e. (1991) Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation, Cambridge: Cambridge university press.

    le page, r.B. (1997) ‘the evolution of a sociolinguistic theory of language’, in F. Coulmas (ed.) The Handbook of Sociolinguistics, oxford: Blackwell.

    le page, r.B. and tabouret-Keller, a. (1985) Acts of Identity: Creole-based Approaches to Language and Ethnicity, Cambridge: Cambridge university press.

    lyons, J. (1970) New Horizons in Linguistics, harmondsworth: penguin Books.

    Mcneill, p. (1990) Research Methods, 2nd edn, london: routledge.

    Merrison, a.J. (1988) Tutorial Assignment VI: The Shape of the Furniture, unpublished undergraduate manuscript: university of York.

    Merrison, a.J. (1992) How Aphasics Get from A to B: Total Communicative Ability and the Map Task, unpublished MSc thesis: university of edinburgh.

    Merrison, a.J. (1998) Doing Aphasia: Aphasic Discourse from a Non-Aphasic Perspective, unpublished phD thesis: university of edinburgh.

  • Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS4

    Merrison, a.J. (2011) ‘“Doing aphasia – are you with me?”: analysing face-work around issues of (non-)competence’, in linguistic politeness research group (eds) Discursive Approaches to Politeness, Berlin: Degruyter Mouton.

    Merrison, S. and Merrison, a.J. (2005) ‘repair in speech and language therapy inter- action: investigating pragmatic language impairment in children’, Child Language Teaching and Therapy, 21(2): 191–211.

    Merrison, a.J. and turner, g.h. (in prep.) ‘Construing understandings and under- standing construals: insights into meaning-making from simultaneously-interpreted multimodal task-oriented interactions’ [title tBC].

    Merrison, a.J., Wilson, J.J., Davies, B.l. and haugh, M. (2012) ‘getting stuff done: comparing e-mail requests from students in higher education in Britain and australia’, Journal of Pragmatics, 44: 1077–1098.

    Milroy, J. and Milroy, l. (1985) ‘linguistic change, social network and speaker inno- vation’, Journal of Linguistics, 21: 339–384.

    Milroy, l. (1980) Language and Social Networks, oxford: Basil Blackwell.

    Milroy, l. (1987) Language and Social Networks, 2nd edn, oxford: Basil Blackwell.

    office for national Statistics (2010) The National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SEC rebased on the SOC2010). online. retrieved 31 May 2012 from www.ons.gov.uk/ons/guide-method/classifications/current-standard-classifications/ soc2010/soc2010-volume-3-ns-sec--rebased-on-soc2010--user-manual/index.html.

    oxford Dictionaries online. retrieved 4 May 2012 from http://oxforddictionaries. com.

    pride, J.B. and holmes, J. (eds) (1972) Sociolinguistics. harmondsworth: penguin Books.

    Sapir, e. (1961) [1929] ‘the status of linguistics as a science’, in e. Sapir (1961) Culture, Language and Personality: Selected Essays (edited by D. Mandelbaum), Berkeley: university of California press.

    Saville-troike, M. (1982) The Ethnography of Communication: An Introduction, oxford: Basil Blackwell.

    Saville-troike, M. (1989) The Ethnography of Communication: An Introduction, 2nd edn, oxford: Basil Blackwell.

    Saville-troike, M. (2002) The Ethnography of Communication: An Introduction, 3rd edn, oxford: Wiley Blackwell.

    Sociolinguistics Symposium online. retrieved 3 June 2012 from http://neon. niederlandistik.fu-berlin.de/ss19/history.

  • Chapter 13: SoCiolinguiStiCS reFerenCeS 5

    trudgill, p. (1997a) [1974] ‘the social differentiation of english in norwich’, in n. Coupland and a. Jaworski (eds) Sociolinguistics: A Reader and Coursebook, houndmills: Macmillan press.

    trudgill, p. (1997b) [1983] ‘acts of conflicting identity: the sociolinguistics of British pop-song pronunciation’, in n. Coupland and a. Jaworski (eds) Sociolinguistics: A Reader and Coursebook. houndmills: Macmillan press.

    Wardhaugh, r. (2010) An Introduction to Sociolinguistics, 6th edn, oxford: Basil Blackwell.

    Wenger, e. (1998) Communities of Practice, new York: Cambridge university press.

    Whorf, B.l. (1956) [1940] ‘Science and linguistics’, in J.B. C