LINGUIST List 11.1234

Fri Jun 2 2000

Qs: Spoken Language Examples at Web Sites

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  1. Amy L Sheldon, looking for spoken language at web sites: codeswitching, registershifting, dlalects, etc.

Message 1: looking for spoken language at web sites: codeswitching, registershifting, dlalects, etc.

Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2000 19:29:43 -0500 (CDT)
From: Amy L Sheldon <asheldontc.umn.edu>
Subject: looking for spoken language at web sites: codeswitching, registershifting, dlalects, etc.

I am looking for examples of linguistic phenomena that I can use in a
large introductory class on language and society for nonlingustics
majors. Does anyone have or know of web sites with spoken examples of
phenomena such as code switching, register shifting, dialects, etc?
Amy Sheldon
asheldontc.umn.edu
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