Sociolinguistics of Style and Social Class in Contemporary Athens

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This ethnographic study deals with the ways people in Athens, Greece, use style to construct their social class identities. Including a rich dataset comprising ethnographic interviews with actual people who live in the stereotypically seen as leafy and posh northern suburbs and in the stereotypically treated as working class western suburbs of Athens coupled with data from popular literary novels, TV series and Greek hip hop music, it argues that the relationship between style and social class identity is mediated by complex social meanings encompassing features from and discourses relevant to both areas, which are structured across different orders of indexicality depending on the genre of speech in which they are created. As such, it will be of interest to scholars in sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, anthropology, sociology, Modern Greek studies, and to everyone who is interested in how social class is constructed via language.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
ix
List of tables
xi
List of figures
xii
List of diagrams
xiii
Transcription conventions
xiv
Introduction
1–6
Chapter 1: Contextualizing Style and Identity in Socio-Cultural Linguistics
7–34
Chapter 2: Investigating Style and Identity in Contemporary Urban Society
35–54
Chapter 3: Athenian Suburban Speech and Stylistic Representations in Greek Popular Culture
55–98
Chapter 4: Athenian Suburbanites' Double-Voiced Performances as Identity Work
99–140
Chapter 5: Metapragmatic Accounts of Athenian Suburbanite Social Classes
141–194
Chapter 6: Towards a Fourth Wave of Stylistic Studies
195–200
Postscript: Social Class and Style in a Financial Crisis Context
201–202
Appendix A: Participants' profiles
203–211
Appendix B: Excerpt from Deka Mikroi Mitsoi
212
Appendix C: Questions in Ethnographic Interviews
213
Appendix D: Vp Hip Hop Artists' 'Answer' to Gucci Dress
214–216
Glossary of the Main Theoretical Notions Used in the Book
217–220
References
221–234
Index
235–240
“This book provides a fresh perspective to the study of style, social class and culture. I strongly recommend this book to sociolinguists in general and any one interested in culture, society and style in Greece in particular.

“This is a stimulating and scholarly addition to the sociolinguistic literature, and a compelling elaboration of popular attitudes to the abiding class stratification of Greek society.”
“The book makes a significant contribution to the field of Greek sociolinguistics and is a valuable resource for anyone interested in the subjects of style and identity construction.”
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