'Dialect' and 'Accent' in Industrial West Yorkshire

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This volume is concerned with one of the few thorough-going Labovian studies carried out in Britain. Based on a survey of over hundred randomly selected informants from the towns of Bradford, Halifax and Huddersfield, it deals first with the methodology employed, and then sketches some aspects of the ‘traditional’ dialects of the area before describing a large number of variables. Other non-standard features encountered during the survey are described, since these too are part of the changing patterns of speech in West Yorkshire. The final chapter draws a distinction between ‘dialect’ and ‘accent’ which is slightly different from that generally employed, and suggests that while ‘dialect’ features seem to have declined under the pressure of the standard language, ‘accent’ still persists as a social differentiator.
[Varieties of English Around the World, G6]  1985.  viii, 401 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
1
The Area
6
I. Dialect Studies of West Yorkshire
9
II. Methodological Matters
15
III. The West Yorkshire Sample
49
IV. The Fieldwork and Analysis
65
V. The Traditional Dialect of the Area
79
VI. The Present Situation: Performance
101
VII. The Present Situation: Evaluation
244
VIII. Conclusions
327
Appendices
359
Bibliography
395
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