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LINGUIST List 19.2264

Wed Jul 16 2008

Qs: Studies on Language Attitudes

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        1.    Marta Schiller, Studies on Language Attitudes


Message 1: Studies on Language Attitudes
Date: 15-Jul-2008
From: Marta Schiller <phdmunichgooglemail.com>
Subject: Studies on Language Attitudes
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Dear colleagues,

I am writing you in order to ask you for support. I am about to start a
research on the language attitudes of native speakers of English toward
different varieties of English and their attitudes toward English produced
by L2 speakers (both foreign and native-like L2 speakers). But I am lacking
an overview of the studies that dealt with language attitudes, in general.

I would be very grateful if anyone can provide me with some info on where
to find an overview of literature that considered this question already. I
would be happy to get as many as possible literature recommendations.

Thank you in advance
Best regards
Marta Schiller

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                            Linguistic Theories
                            Sociolinguistics

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