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Directions in Sociolinguistics - the Ethnography  of Communication : The Ethnography of Communication - John Gumperz

Directions in Sociolinguistics - the Ethnography of Communication

The Ethnography of Communication

By: John Gumperz (Editor), Dell Hymes (Editor)

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Published: 8th January 1991
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Directions in Sociolinguistics is a now classic collection of pioneering essays by leading sociolinguists. It is published here for the first time in paperback and incorporates an extensive new bibliography.

"Classic and ground-breaking -- highly influential in the development of sociolinguistics." Peter Trudgill

"It's hardly possible to claim to know anything about the field of sociolinguistics without having read the articles in that collection. A number of them are classics in the field, by any standards." Ralph W. Fasold

Preface.

Introduction: John J. Gumperz.

Plan of the Book.

Part I: Ethnographic Description and Explanation.

1. Models of the Interaction of Language and Social Life: Dell Hymes.

2. Culture Patterning of Speech Behavior in Burundi: Ethel M. Albert.

3. ?Struck by Speech?: The Yakan Concept of Litigation: Charles O. Frake.

4. The Strategy of Turkish Boys' Verbal Dueling Rhymes, Alan Dundes, Jerry W. Leach, and Bora Özkok.

5. Signifying and Marking: Two Afro-American Speech Acts: Claudia Mitchell-Kernan.

6. Riddles: Expressive Models of Interrogation: John M. Roberts and Michael L. Forman.

Part II: Discovering Structure in Speech.

7. On Sociolinguistic Rules: Alternation and Co-occurrence: Susan Ervin-Tripp.

8. Context and Alternation in Koya Kinship Terminology: Stephen A. Tyler.

9. Social Context and Semantic Feature: The Russian Pronominal Usage: Paul Friedrich.

10. Remarks on Ethnomethodology: Harold Garfinkel.

11. On the Analyzability of Stories by Children: Harvey Sacks.

12. Sequencing in Conversational Openings: Emanuel A. Schegloff.

13. A Kinesic-Linguistic Exercise: The Cigarette Scene: Ray L. Birdwhistell.

Part III: Genesis, Maintenance, and Change of Linguistic Codes.

14. Social Meaning in Linguistic Structures: Code-Switching in Norway: Jan-Petter Blom and John J. Gumperz.

15. Domains and the Relationship between Micro- and Macrosociolinguistics: Joshua A. Fishman.

16. Ethnic Process on the Pathan-Baluch Boundary: Fredrik Barth.

17. A Sociolinguistic Approach to Socialization; with Some Reference to Educability: Basil Bernstein.

18. The Stylistic Significance of Consonaantal Sandhi in Trukese and Ponapean: John L. Fischer.

19. On the Mechanism of Linguistic Change: William Labov.

Appendix I: Background Reading.

Appendix II: Outline Guide for the Ethnographic Study of Speech Use: Joel Sherzer and Regna Darnell.

Bibliography.Index.

ISBN: 9780631149873
ISBN-10: 0631149872
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 612
Published: 8th January 1991
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.8 x 16.28  x 3.76
Edition Number: 1