The Evolution of Englishes

The Dynamic Model and beyond

Editors
| University of Regensburg
| University of Osnabruck
| Justus Liebig University Giessen
| University of Regensburg
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This two-part volume provides a collection of 27 linguistic studies and contributions that shed light on the evolution of different Englishes world-wide (varieties, learner Englishes, dialects, creoles) from a broad spectrum of different perspectives, including both synchronic and diachronic approaches. What makes the volume unique is that it is the first-ever contribution to the field which includes a section exclusively commited towards testing, discussing and refining Schneider’s (2007) Dynamic Model against recent realities of English world-wide (Part 1). These realities include a wide variety of case studies ranging from regions (socio)linguistically as diverse as South Africa, the Phillipines, Cyprus or Germany. Part 2 goes beyond the Dynamic Model and offers both empirical and theoretical perspectives on the evolution of World Englishes. In doing so, it provides contributions with a theoretical focus on the topic as well as cross-varietal accounts; it sheds light on individual Englishes from different geographical regions and offers new perspectives on “old” varieties.
[Varieties of English Around the World, G49]  2014.  xviii, 513 pp.
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Table of Contents
Series editor’s preface
Stephanie Hackert
ix–x
Editors’ preface: The evolution of Englishes: In honour of Edgar Schneider on the occasion of his 60th birthday
Sarah Buschfeld, Thomas Hoffmann, Magnus Huber and Alexander Kautzsch
xi–xviii
Introduction
Sarah Buschfeld, Thomas Hoffmann, Magnus Huber and Alexander Kautzsch
1–18
Part I: The Dynamic Model
Convergence and endonormativity at Phase Four of the Dynamic Model
Bertus van Rooy
21–38
The identity issue in bi- and multilingual repertoires in South Africa: Implications for Schneider’s Dynamic Model
Susan Coetzee-Van Rooy
39–57
The sociophonetic effects of Event X: Post-apartheid Black South African English in multicultural contact with other South African Englishes
Rajend Mesthrie
58–69
Beyond Nativization? Philippine English in Schneider's Dynamic Model
Isabel Pefianco Martin
70–85
Stylistic and sociolinguistic variation in Schneider’s Nativization Phase: T-affrication and relativization in Ghanaian English
Magnus Huber
86–106
Differentiation in Australian English
Pam Peters
107–125
The Evolution of Singlish: Beyond Phase 5?
Lionel Wee
126–141
Emergence of “new varieties” in speech as a complex system
William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.
142–159
The cognitive evolution of Englishes: The role of constructions in the dynamic model
Thomas Hoffmann
160–180
English in Cyprus and Namibia: A critical approach to taxonomies and models of World Englishes and Second Language Acquisition research
Sarah Buschfeld
181–202
English in Germany: Retreating exonormative orientation and incipient nativization
Alexander Kautzsch
203–228
Part II: Beyond the Dynamic Model - Empirical and theoretical perspectives on World Englishes
Focus 1: Contributions with a theoretical focus
On cafeterias and new dialects: The role of primary transmitters
Daniel Schreier
231–248
Does money talk, and do languages have price tags? Economic perspectives on English as a global language
Christian Mair
249–266
Language variation and education: A focus on Pakistan
Ahmar Mahboob
267–281
The evolution of English(es): Notes on the history of an idea
Stephanie Hackert
282–300
Focus 2: Cross-varietal contributions
At the crossroads of variation studies and corpus linguistics: The analysis of past tense and past participle forms
Heinrich Ramisch
301–311
Compounding and Suffixation in World Englishes
Thomas Biermeier
312–330
Focus 3: United States
When did Southern American English really begin?: Testing Bailey’s Hypothesis
Michael Montgomery, Michael Ellis and Brandon Cooper
331–348
The English origins of African American Vernacular English: What Edgar W. Schneider has taught us
Salikoko S. Mufwene
349–364
Innovation in pre-World War II AAVE?: Evidence from BLUR
Ulrich Miethaner
365–385
Focus 4: Asia and Africa
Non-standard or new standards or errors?: The use of inflectional marking for present and past tenses in English as an Asian lingua franca
Andy Kirkpatrick and Sophiaan Subhan
386–400
Yesterday’s founder population, today’s Englishes: The role of the Peranakans in the (continuing) evolution of Singapore English
Lisa Lim
401–419
The evolution of Brunei English: How it is contributing to the development of English in the world
David Deterding
420–433
The evolutionary trajectory of Cameroonian Creole and its varying sociolinguistic statuses
Aloysius Ngefac
434–447
Focus 5: Old varieties, new perspectives
Lexical creativity reconsidered: GUI, cyborg, cred, pay-per-view, techno and cyber-
Roswitha Fischer
448–469
The language of butchery, the UK’s last public craft
Clive Upton
470–485
A New Old English? The chances of an Anglo-Saxon revival on the Internet
Christina Neuland and Florian Schleburg
486–504
Name index
505–506
Subject index
507–513
“The book is a substantial contribution to the body of research dealing with the Dynamic Model. Not only do the studies provide extensive exemplification of the potential of Schneider’s Model, they also point out important elements of the Model in need of modification and stress essential adaptations in order to take the sociolinguistic reality of specific varieties into account.”
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2015. PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. English Language and Linguistics 19:3  pp. 559 ff. Crossref logo
Buschfeld, Sarah, Alexander Kautzsch & Edgar W. Schneider
2018.  In Modeling World Englishes [Varieties of English Around the World, G61],  pp. 15 ff. Crossref logo
Hickey, Raymond
2017.  In The Handbook of Dialectology,  pp. 23 ff. Crossref logo
Koch, Christopher, Claudia Lange & Sven Leuckert
2016. “This hair-style called as ‘duck tail’”. International Journal of Learner Corpus Research 2:2  pp. 151 ff. Crossref logo
Schneider, Edgar W.
2019.  In English in Multilingual South Africa,  pp. 16 ff. Crossref logo
Schreier, Daniel, Marianne Hundt & Edgar W. Schneider
2019.  In The Cambridge Handbook of World Englishes,  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Seoane, Elena
2016.  In World Englishes [Varieties of English Around the World, G57],  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Velupillai, Viveka
2016. Interview with Edgar W. Schneider. Journal of English Linguistics 44:4  pp. 346 ff. Crossref logo

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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF/2AB – Linguistics/English
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2014022647