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The sociolinguistics of Tswana Literature
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. This new edition of R. A. Hudson's Sociolinguistics will be welcomed by students and teachers alike. To reflect changes in the field since publication of the first edition in , the author has added new sections on politeness, accommodation, and prototypes; and he has expanded discussion of sex differences in language use, and the relationship between language and thought.3/5(3).
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Books shelved as tswana: Setswana-English Phrasebook by Alfred John Wookey, Setswana-English-Setswana Dictionary by Z.I. Matumo, and The Sound System of. (Source: Bibliography of the Tswana Language a bibliography of books, periodicals, pamphlets and manuscripts to the year Compiled by M. A. Peters and M. M. Tabane), Pretoria: The State Library. Other literatures Cross-Border Languages Reports and studies Regional workshop on Cross-Border languages, edited by K. Legere.
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It was a very basic guide and overview to the infield of Sociolinguistics and how social linguistic research is conducted. Although the book does introduce many linguistic concepts and some technical terms from the field, the author takes a more personal approach to the subject, and it does not read like your normal, dry textbook.5/5(4).
This is an accessible introduction to the major areas of sociolinguistics as they relate to sign languages and deaf communities. Clearly organized, it brings together a team of leading experts in sign linguistics to survey the field, and covers a wide range of topics including variation, multilingualism, bilingualism, language attitudes, discourse analysis, language policy and by: Books shelved as sociolinguistics: An The sociolinguistics of Tswana Literature book to Sociolinguistics by Ronald Wardhaugh, Language and Ethnicity by Carmen Fought, The Study of Languag Missing: Tswana.
The Sociolinguistics of Digital Englishes introduces core areas of sociolinguistics and explores how each one has been transformed by the current era of digital communication and the Internet. Addressing the changing dynamics of English(es) in the digital age, this ground-breaking book: discusses the spread of English and its current status as a global language;/5(2).
About this book. In 28 newly- commissioned chapters, distinguished contributors provide an up-to-date overview of sociolinguistics. " decision to commission 28 articles by leading specialists and to have them combined in this anthology makes excellent sense."The book is excellently edited and printed.
A description. We can define sociolinguistics as the study of language in relation to society, and this is how we shall be taking the term in this book.
Sociolinguistics has become a recognised part of most courses at university level on ‘linguistics’ or ‘language’, and is indeed one of the main growth points in the study of language, from the point of view of both teaching and research.
This book is intended to provide students with a sound, basic coverage of most of the topics dealt with in courses described as either ‘Sociolinguistics’ or ‘The Sociology of Language.’ It assumes very little previous knowledge of linguistics, anthropology, or sociology, and so should prove to be most useful in a ﬁrst-level course.
In this book Suzanne Romaine provides a clear, lively, and accessible introduction to the field of sociolinguistics and emphasizes the constant interaction between society and language, discussing both traditional and recent issues including: language and social class, language and gender, language and education, and pidgins and creoles.
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Tswana [tsn] Tswapong [two] Kua [tyu] Kgalagadi [xkv] Kxoe [xuu] Yeyi [yey] Content Language: English [eng] Field: Language Assessment. Sociolinguistics. Work Type: Book. Work Type: survey report.
Subject: Sociolinguistics. Language surveys. Nature of Work: Text. Entry Number: Unfortunately we do not sell Setswana books, but try your local book stores as they might have some. FunDza Team 4 years ago. please contact me as I am interested in buying my 6 year old daughter Setswana books.
Akanyang 4 years ago. Load More. Go to Library. Sociolinguistics is the study of language in social context. Faculty and student interests in this concentration include, but are not limited to: language and social interaction, language variation and change, discourse analysis, cross-cultural communication, narrative and oral history, language and identity, language and dialect contact, endangered and minority languages and dialects.
The book consists of seven chapters and includes some of the following topics: theories and methodologies of African borderlands and identity research, a description of the West African sociolinguistic context, language mixing, language attitudes, multilingualism, and also language choice.
This book presents a sociolinguistics of academic publishing from an historical and contemporary perspective. Using Swedish academia as a case study, it focuses on publishing practices within history and psychology. The author demonstrates how new regimes of research evaluation and performance-based funding are impinging on university life.
Table of Contents Lesson Topic Audio Guide Page 1 A Guide to Pronunciation 3 3 2 Greetings (Formal & Informal)- dialogue 3 4 3 Introducing Self / Someone 3 4 4 Leave- Taking Expressions 3 5 5 Vocabulary 1 (Verbs) 3 5,6,7 6 Some.
Paulston's and Tucker's essential readings in sociolinguistics () is an overview of some of the major advancements in the field with some classic papers that is fairly intense, more of a handbook r Missing: Tswana.
The aim of this book is to investigate and attain new insights on how and to what extent the wider sociolinguistic context of language use and contact impinges on formal grammatical structures.
The papers contained in the book approach this important problem from various points of view by focusing on language evolution and change, on multilingualism, language mixing and dialect variation, on.
dummies transforms the hard-to-understand into easy-to-use to enable learners at every level to fuel their pursuit of professional and personal g: Tswana. From its beginnings in the s, sociolinguistics developed several different subfields with distinct methods and interests: the variationist tradition established by Labov, the anthropological tradition of Hymes, interactional sociolinguistics as developed by Gumperz, and the sociology of language represented by the work of Fishman.
All of these areas have seen a great deal of growth in. Clinical Sociolinguistics examines how sociolinguistic research paradigms can be applied to assessment, diagnosis and treatment in the clinical situation. fills gap in the literature for speech-language pathologists by addressing how sociolinguistic research paradigms can be applied to assessment, diagnosis and treatment in the clinical situation collects newly commissioned articles Missing: Tswana.Sociolinguistics a resource book for students 2nd ed.
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