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Thu Oct 20 2011

FYI: Free Articles from the Journal of Sociolinguistics

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Message 1: Free Articles from the Journal of Sociolinguistics
Date: 19-Oct-2011
From: Lisa Evans <levanswiley.com>
Subject: Free Articles from the Journal of Sociolinguistics
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To mark the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the NWAV (New Ways
of Analyzing Variation) conference, the Journal of Sociolinguistics has
assembled a virtual issue that highlights a few key contributions to our
understanding of sociolinguistic variation, all published in the Journal of
Sociolinguistics starting with its first issue in 1997.

The collection points to a number of theoretical insights and analytic
innovations, often first presented at NWAV and then disseminated
through the Journal. These themes include the study of vernacular
speech, standard language, change in real and apparent time,
language ideology, ethnicity, gender, power, authenticity, globalization,
bilingualism, acquisition of variation, social meaning, indexicality,
perception, cognition, and the birth of new dialects.

Read this virtual issue for free at:
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1467-
9841/homepage/virtual_issue.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics


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