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by Nikolas Coupland

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Author:
Nikolas Coupland
ISBN13:
978-0521618144
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0521618142
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Publisher:
Cambridge University Press (August 27, 2007)
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This book develops a coherent theoretical approach to style in sociolinguistics, illustrated with copious examples. It explains how speakers project different social identities and create different social relationships through their style choices, and how speech-style and social context inter-relate. Style therefore refers to the wide range of strategic actions and performances that speakers engage in, to construct themselves and their social lives.

Coupland, and others (.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. Coupland, and others (. Style and Social Identities, Peter Auer, e. Mouton de Gruyter, 2007), on the other hand, are concerned with the social meanings that are made through the contextualized use of variation rather than simply mapping those variations across existing social categories like race, gender, or ethnicity.

Published online: 14 May 2010. This 2007 book develops a coherent theoretical approach to style in sociolinguistics, illustrated with copious examples. Print publication: 09 August 2007.

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Some topics have been the subject of sociolinguistic study for many years, and are here re-examined in the light of new developments in the field; others are issues of growing importance that have not so far been given a sustained treatment.

This 2007 book develops a coherent theoretical approach to style in sociolinguistics, illustrated with copious examples

This 2007 book develops a coherent theoretical approach to style in sociolinguistics, illustrated with copious examples. This book develops a coherent theoretical approach to style in sociolinguistics, illustrated with copious examples.

Raman Selden, The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism: From Formalism to Poststructuralism, Cambridge University Press, 1989, p83. ISBN 0-521-30013-4. Paul Simpson, Stylistics: a Resource Book for Students, Routledge, 2004, p75. ISBN 0-415-28104-0.

Contexts of Accommodation: Developments in Applied Sociolinguistics (Studies in Emotion and Social Interaction).

Category: Языкознание. 9 Mb. Contexts of Accommodation: Developments in Applied Sociolinguistics (Studies in Emotion and Social Interaction). Howard Giles, Justine Coupland, Nikolas Coupland. Category: Образование.

Style refers to ways of speaking - how speakers use the resource of language variation to make meaning in social encounters. This 2007 book develops a coherent theoretical approach to style in sociolinguistics, illustrated with copious examples. It explains how speakers project different social identities and create different social relationships through their style choices, and how speech-style and social context inter-relate. Style therefore refers to the wide range of strategic actions and performances that speakers engage in, to construct themselves and their social lives. Coupland draws on and integrates a wide variety of contemporary sociolinguistic research as well as his own extensive research in this field. The emphasis is on how social meanings are made locally, in specific relationships, genres, groups and cultures, and on studying language variation as part of the analysis of spoken discourse.