Reader in Czech Sociolinguistics

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Although in Czechoslovakia sociolinguistics is not institutionalized, some results and approaches of Czech linguistics appear to be sociolinguistic, and that from the viewpoint of other linguistic and scientific traditions in general. The socio-component' of Czech linguistics took shape as early as between the two world wars in the activity of the Prague Linguistic School, and is influenced in a positive way also by a contemporary philosophico-ideological climate. The contents of the present volume include contributions of prominent Czech linguists, especially research workers from academic and university institutions. The papers concentrate on four general subjects: 1) methodological problems, 2) the theory of standard language and language culture, 3) presentation of the linguistic situation in Czechoslovakia, 4) communication in small social groups. All papers are written in English. The volume is primarily intended for those concerned with general linguistics, sociolinguistics, Slavonic studies and Czech studies.
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Table of Contents
Introduction: On Czech linguistics and sociolinguistics
Jiří Nekvapil and Jan Chloupek
7–18
On the socially conditioned nature of language
Jan Petr
19–28
The relationship between the communicative sphere and language variety in the Slavonic languages
Vladimír Barnet
29–56
Basic types of norm in language
Alois Jedlička
57–82
On the sociolinguistic aspects of the notion of functional style
Jirí Kraus
83–93
The changing dichotomy between informal and formal utterance
Jan Chloupek
94–105
Sociolinguistic aspects of research into urban speech
Bohumír Dejmek
106–122
On the shaping of everyday speech
Marie Krčmová
123–137
Some sociolinguistic aspects of linguistic geography
Slavomír Utěšený
138–155
Literary languages in contact
Viera Budovičová
156–175
The influence of social roles of participants on group and interpersonal verbal communication
Olga Müllerová
176–194
On the communicative approach to the study of slang
Jiří Nekvapil
195–205
Values and attitudes in language standardization
Frantisek Danes
206–245
The language treatment as an aspect of language culture
Jaroslav Kuchař
246–256
Language planning implication in a socialist society
Stanislav Kavka and Josef Skácel
257–273
Some remarks on personal pronouns in the addressing function
Josef Vachek
274–286
On historical sociolinguistics
Igor Němec
287–304
Language texts language informants
Peter V. Zima
305–320
Linguistics — Sociology
Jan Kořenský
321–341
List of authors
343–344
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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