2 edition of Afghanistan 1989 in sociolinguistic perspective found in the catalog.
Afghanistan 1989 in sociolinguistic perspective
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Central Asian Survey incidental papers series -- no. 7|
|LC Classifications||P40.45.A3 P78 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. --|
|Number of Pages||80|
Jenny L. Cheshire is a British sociolinguist and professor at Queen Mary University of London. Her research interests include language variation and change, language contact and dialect convergence, and language in education, with a focus on conversational narratives and spoken is most known for her work on grammatical variation, especially syntax and discourse structures, in. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.
Cognitive sociolinguistics is an emerging field of linguistics that aims to account for linguistic variation in social settings with a cognitive explanatory framework. The goal of cognitive sociolinguists is to build a mental model of society, individuals, institutions and their relations to one another. This paper explores the intersection of new speakers in conditions of globalisation led mobility and it investigates the implications the phenomena may have for language policy making. It first describes two historical phases in language policy development that are closely related to a sociolinguistics of stability. In this, it criticises how present-day language policy is attached to Author: Massimiliano Spotti, Sjaak Kroon, Jinling Li. The USSR entered neighboring Afghanistan in , attempting to shore up the newly-established pro-Soviet regime in Kabul. In short order, nearly , Soviet soldiers took .
The Dravidian Languages 2nd Edition. Sanford B. Steever Decem The Dravidian language family is the world's fourth largest with nearly million speakers across South Asia from Pakistan to Nepal, from Bangladesh to Sri Lanka. A Sociolinguistic Assessment of the Darwāzi Speech Variety in Afghanistan Simone Beck & Daniela Beyer This paper presents a sociolinguistic assessment of the Darwāzi speech varieties (including Tangshewi) based on data collected during a survey conducted between August 31 st and September 19 th in the Darwāz area. Language Shift and the Speech Community: Sociolinguistic Change in a Garifuna Community in Belize Abstract Language shift is the process by which a speech community in a contact situation (i.e. consisting of bilingual speakers) gradually stops using one of its two languages in favor of the other. The causal factors of languageCited by:
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Poplack, Shana. In Press. Data Management @ the uOttawa Sociolinguistics Laboratory.War, Factionalism, and the State in Afghanistan Article (PDF Available) in American Anthropologist (3) - January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.Afghanistan is considered one of the Expanding Circle countries and has witnessed the spread of Ebook in many ebook sectors.
However, due to the unstable political situation and conflicts associated with the civil war in the country, there has been little or no research conducted in Afghanistan in the field of language and linguistics, particularly on the English by: 1.