World Englishes

New theoretical and methodological considerations

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| University of Vigo
| University of the Balearic Islands
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This book provides a collection of articles that reflect the current state of affairs in the blossoming field of World Englishes by bringing together several innovative synchronic and diachronic approaches. It contributes to the ongoing theoretical discussion concerning the criteria that make a low-frequency item represent an incipient change and examines the suitability of the sociolinguistics of globalisation theory for the study of non-traditional avenues for the spread of vernacular varieties of English (recent migrations, the entertainment industry, the web). It explores crucial aspects of language change and dialect evolution through the study of grammatical phenomena and the particular linguistic and socio-historical factors conditioning them. Together with theoretical questions, the volume shows a concern for methodological issues, such as sociolinguistic interviews, map-task experiments, metalinguistic comments, acceptability judgments and corpus-based methods. This volume represents the latest trends in the field and will undoubtedly set the agenda for the years ahead.
[Varieties of English Around the World, G57]  2016.  viii, 285 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
Elena Seoane
vii–viii
World Englishes Today
Elena Seoane
1–16
Englishes beyond and between the three circles: World Englishes research in the age of globalization
Christian Mair
17–36
Error, feature, (incipient) change – or something else altogether? On the role of low-frequency deviant patterns for the description of Englishes
Marianne Hundt
37–60
He don’t like football, does he? A corpus-based study of third person singular don’t in the language of British teenagers
Ignacio M. Palacios Martínez
61–84
Standards of English in the Caribbean: History, attitudes, functions, features
Stephanie Hackert
85–112
Overlap and divergence – aspects of the present perfect in World Englishes
Valentin Werner
113–142
(Semi-)modals of necessity in Hong Kong and Indian Englishes
Lucía Loureiro-Porto
143–172
Indian English quotatives in a diachronic perspective
Julia Davydova
173–204
English in San Francisco Chinatown: Indexing identity with speech rhythm?
Lena Zipp and Adina Staicov
205–228
On the globalization of English: Observations of subjective progressives in present-day Englishes
Mikko Laitinen and Magnus Levin
World Englishes on YouTube: Treasure trove or nightmare?
Edgar W. Schneider
253–282
Index
283–285
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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:  2016005639