Acquiring Sociolinguistic Variation

Editors
| Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
| Philipps-Universität Marburg
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The study of how linguistic variation is acquired is considered a nascent field in both psycho- and sociolinguistics. Within that research context, this book aims at two objectives. First, it wants to help bridging the gap between researchers working on acquisition from different theoretical backgrounds. The book therefore includes contributions by both psycho- and sociolinguists, and by representatives of further relevant sub-disciplines of linguistics, including historical linguistics and dialectology. Second, in order to enable cross-linguistic comparison, the book brings together research carried out in different sociolinguistic constellations, as most obviously found in different language areas or different countries.
[Studies in Language Variation, 20]  2017.  vi, 347 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Bridging the gap between language acquisition and sociolinguistics: Introduction to an interdisciplinary topic
Gunther De Vogelaer, Jean-Pierre Chevrot, Matthias Katerbow and Aurélie Nardy
1–41
Chapter 2. The effects of exposure on awareness and discrimination of regional accents by five- and six year old children
Erica Beck
43–63
Chapter 3. How do social networks influence children’s stylistic practices?: Social mixing, macro/micro analysis and methodological questions
Laurence Buson
65–89
Chapter 4. Child acquisition of sociolinguistic variation: Adults, children and (regional) standard Dutch two-verb clusters in one community
Leonie Cornips
91–116
Chapter 5. Acquiring attitudes towards varieties of Dutch: A quantitative perspective
Gunther De Vogelaer and Jolien Toye
117–154
Chapter 6. What is the target variety?: The diverse effects of standard–dialect variation in second language acquisition
Andrea Ender
155–184
Chapter 7. The relationship between segregation and participation in ethnolectal variants: A longitudinal study
Charlie Farrington, Jennifer Renn and Mary Kohn
185–212
Chapter 8. Socializing language choices: When variation in the language environment supports acquisition
Anna Ghimenton
213–233
Chapter 9. Language acquisition in bilectal environments: Competing motivations, metalinguistic awareness, and the Socio-Syntax of Development Hypothesis
Evelina Leivada and Kleanthes K. Grohmann
235–265
Chapter 10. Acquisition of phonological variables of a Flemish dialect by children raised in Standard Dutch: Some considerations on the learning mechanisms
Kathy Rys, Emmanuel Keuleers, Walter Daelemans and Steven Gillis
267–304
Chapter 11. Developmental sociolinguistics and the acquisition of T-glottalling by immigrant teenagers in London
Erik Schleef
305–341
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFB – Sociolinguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009050 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Sociolinguistics
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2017018298