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Ethnic styles of speaking in European metropolitan areas [[electronic resource] /] / edited by Friederike Kern, Margret Selting
Ethnic styles of speaking in European metropolitan areas [[electronic resource] /] / edited by Friederike Kern, Margret Selting
Pubbl/distr/stampa Amsterdam ; ; Philadelphia, : J. Benjamins Pub., c2011
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (328 p.)
Disciplina 410.9/94
Altri autori (Persone) KernFriederike
SeltingMargret
Collana Studies in language variation
Soggetto topico Language and languages - Variation
Intercultural communication - Europe
Ethnic groups - Europe
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-283-35994-4
9786613359940
90-272-8253-6
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Ethnic Styles of Speaking in European Metropolitan Areas; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Introduction; 1. From learner varieties to ethnic styles: Research on linguistic variation in a changing Europe; 2. Ethnic ways of speaking: Different terminology, different conceptualizations; 3. Outlook on the following chapters; References; The emergence and diffusion of Multicultural English; 1. The emergence and diffusion of Multicultural English in London and Birmingham; References; Kiezdeutsch as a multiethnolect; 1. Introduction
2. What does it mean to be a multiethnolect? 3. The perception of Kiezdeutsch: Recognition, distinction, evaluation; 4. Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References; Appendix: Stimuli used in the perception study; Prosodic style-shifting in preadolescent peer-group interactions in a working-class suburb of Paris; 1. Introduction; 2. Method; 3. Quantitative analyses; 4. Listing contours in context; 5. Conclusion; References; Appendix; Emerging Moroccan and Turkish varieties of Dutch: Ethnolects or ethnic styles?; 1. Introduction
2. The crossroads between language contact and quantitative variation 3. The Roots of ethnolects project; 4. A feature of Moroccan ethnolectal Dutch; 5. Ethnolect or ethnic style?; 6. Language dynamics and speaker identity; 7. Outlook; References; Prosody and unit-construction in an ethnic style: The case of Turkish German and its use and function in conversation; 1. Introduction; 2. Data base; 3. Methodology; 4. Structural analysis; 5. Functional analysis; 6. Conclusions; References; Appendix; Rhythm in Turkish German talk-in-interaction; 1. Introduction: Theories and methods; 3. Data
4. Rhythm in language 5. Rhythm in Turkish German talk-in-interaction; 6. Concluding remarks; References; Constructions with Turkish sey and its German equivalent dings in Turkish-German conversations: sey; 1. Introduction; 2. Methodology; 3. Database; 4. Turkish-German as a specific speech style in talk-in-interaction; 5. German dings and Turkish sey in conversation; 6. Summary and conclusions; References; Joint attention and cooperation in the Swedish of adolescents in multilingual settings: The use of s; 1. Introduction; 4. Summary and concluding discussion; References; Appendix
1. Aim of the study 2. Ethnolectal varieties of German; 4. Linguistic variation and communicative practices of the seventeen-year-old Murat; 5. Murat at nineteen: New linguistic and communicative forms; 6. Summary; References; Appendix; Late modern urban youth style in interaction; 1. Introduction; 2. Data; 3. Approach; 4. Initial terminological discussion: Notions of (multi)-ethnolects; 5. Linguistic characteristics; 6. Features and varieties; 7. Features and social meaning; 8. A different term; 9. The situated use of features of late modern youth style; 10. Concluding discussion; References
Appendix
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Amsterdam ; ; Philadelphia, : J. Benjamins Pub., c2011
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Ethnic styles of speaking in European metropolitan areas [[electronic resource] /] / edited by Friederike Kern, Margret Selting
Ethnic styles of speaking in European metropolitan areas [[electronic resource] /] / edited by Friederike Kern, Margret Selting
Pubbl/distr/stampa Amsterdam ; ; Philadelphia, : J. Benjamins Pub., c2011
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (328 p.)
Disciplina 410.9/94
Altri autori (Persone) KernFriederike
SeltingMargret
Collana Studies in language variation
Soggetto topico Language and languages - Variation
Intercultural communication - Europe
Ethnic groups - Europe
ISBN 1-283-35994-4
9786613359940
90-272-8253-6
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Ethnic Styles of Speaking in European Metropolitan Areas; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Introduction; 1. From learner varieties to ethnic styles: Research on linguistic variation in a changing Europe; 2. Ethnic ways of speaking: Different terminology, different conceptualizations; 3. Outlook on the following chapters; References; The emergence and diffusion of Multicultural English; 1. The emergence and diffusion of Multicultural English in London and Birmingham; References; Kiezdeutsch as a multiethnolect; 1. Introduction
2. What does it mean to be a multiethnolect? 3. The perception of Kiezdeutsch: Recognition, distinction, evaluation; 4. Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References; Appendix: Stimuli used in the perception study; Prosodic style-shifting in preadolescent peer-group interactions in a working-class suburb of Paris; 1. Introduction; 2. Method; 3. Quantitative analyses; 4. Listing contours in context; 5. Conclusion; References; Appendix; Emerging Moroccan and Turkish varieties of Dutch: Ethnolects or ethnic styles?; 1. Introduction
2. The crossroads between language contact and quantitative variation 3. The Roots of ethnolects project; 4. A feature of Moroccan ethnolectal Dutch; 5. Ethnolect or ethnic style?; 6. Language dynamics and speaker identity; 7. Outlook; References; Prosody and unit-construction in an ethnic style: The case of Turkish German and its use and function in conversation; 1. Introduction; 2. Data base; 3. Methodology; 4. Structural analysis; 5. Functional analysis; 6. Conclusions; References; Appendix; Rhythm in Turkish German talk-in-interaction; 1. Introduction: Theories and methods; 3. Data
4. Rhythm in language 5. Rhythm in Turkish German talk-in-interaction; 6. Concluding remarks; References; Constructions with Turkish sey and its German equivalent dings in Turkish-German conversations: sey; 1. Introduction; 2. Methodology; 3. Database; 4. Turkish-German as a specific speech style in talk-in-interaction; 5. German dings and Turkish sey in conversation; 6. Summary and conclusions; References; Joint attention and cooperation in the Swedish of adolescents in multilingual settings: The use of s; 1. Introduction; 4. Summary and concluding discussion; References; Appendix
1. Aim of the study 2. Ethnolectal varieties of German; 4. Linguistic variation and communicative practices of the seventeen-year-old Murat; 5. Murat at nineteen: New linguistic and communicative forms; 6. Summary; References; Appendix; Late modern urban youth style in interaction; 1. Introduction; 2. Data; 3. Approach; 4. Initial terminological discussion: Notions of (multi)-ethnolects; 5. Linguistic characteristics; 6. Features and varieties; 7. Features and social meaning; 8. A different term; 9. The situated use of features of late modern youth style; 10. Concluding discussion; References
Appendix
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Amsterdam ; ; Philadelphia, : J. Benjamins Pub., c2011
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