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Sociolinguistic perspectives on stance

Sociolinguistic perspectives on stance

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sociolinguistics.,
  • Language and languages -- Style.,
  • Social interaction.,
  • Dicourse analysis -- Social aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementedited by Alexandra Jaffe.
    ContributionsJaffe, Alexandra M. 1960-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP40 .S562 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17074016M
    ISBN 109780195331646
    LC Control Number2008034910

    Editor’s note: In this latest contribution to our series of language aspects of the COVID crisis, Judy Kalman takes us on a tour of the Covid linguistic landscape of Mexico City.. Stance covers every facet of the field, from variationist to interactionist to ethnographic sociolinguistics and linguistic anthropology, providing a unifying concept which allows for exciting new This is a major contribution toward untangling the web of relationships between agency and structuration, and toward understanding the complex.

      Stance in a Corsican school: Institutional and Ideological Orders and the production of Bilingual Subjects, Alexandra Jaffe 7. From Stance to Style: Gender, Interaction, and Indexicality in Mexican Immigrant Youth Slang, Mary Bucholtz 8. Style as Stance: Stance as the Explanation for Patterns of Sociolinguistic Variation, Scott Kiesling : Paperback. Style as stance: Stance as the explanation for patterns of sociolinguistic variation. In Jaffe, Alexandra (ed.), Stance: Sociolinguistic Perspectives. New York: Oxford University Press, –

    Buy the Paperback Book Stance: Sociolinguistic Perspectives by Alexandra Jaffe at , Canada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. All communication involves acts of stance, in which speakers take up positions vis-a-vis the expressive, referential, interactional and social implications of their speech. Get this from a library! Stance: sociolinguistic perspectives. [Alexandra M Jaffe;] -- Stancetaking is central to communication. This collected volume explores stancetaking as a sociolinguistic phenomenon, looking at how speakers use language to position themselves and others and.


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All communication involves acts of stance, in which speakers take up positions vis-à-vis the expressive, referential, interactional and social implications of their speech. This book brings together contributions in a new and dynamic current of academic explorations of stancetaking as a sociolinguistic phenomenon.4/5(1).

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Florian Coulmas is Professor of Sociolinguistics at Chuo University, Tokyo. He was previously Professor of General Linguistics at Dusseldorf University and Research Fellow of the National Language Institute, Tokyo. 7- From Stance to Style - Gender, Interaction, and Indexicality in Mexican Immigrant Youth Slang 8- Style as Stance - Stance as the Explanation for Patterns of Sociolinguistic Variation 9- Taking an Elitist Stance - Ideology and the Discursive Production of Social Distinction This book brings together contributions in a new and dynamic current of academic explorations of stancetaking as a sociolinguistic phenomenon.

Drawing on data from such diverse contexts as advertising, tourism, historical texts, naturally occurring conversation, classroom interaction, and interviews, leading authors in the field of sociolinguistics in this volume explore how linguistic stancetaking.

All communication involves acts of stance, in which speakers take up positions vis-a-vis the expressive, referential, interactional and social implications of their speech.

This book brings together contributions in a new and dynamic current of academic explorations of stancetaking as a sociolinguistic : Alexandra Jaffe. This volume consists of sociolinguistic and linguistic anthropological chapters that focus on stance—that is, ‘taking up a position with respect to the form or the content of one’s utterance’ (3).

Stance is a core notion in the sociolinguistic enterprise because this positioning is inherent in human communication.

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Alexandra Jaffe. Oxford Studies in Sociolinguistics. Author Information. Alexandra Jaffe is Professor of Linguistics and Anthropology, CSU Long Beach. She is the author of Ideologies in Action: Language Politics in Corsica.

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