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Query:   Audience Design
Author:  Ludmila Dutkova
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Sociolinguistics

Summary:   DEAR COLLEAGUES:

HERE IS THE SUMMARY OF RESPONSES TO MY QUERY ABOUT ALLAN BELL'S AUDIENCE DESIGN (RECENT REFERENCES).

MANY THANKS TO ALLAN BELL, DEBRA HARDISON, AND NAOMI NAGY.

BELL, ALLAN & GARY JOHNSON. 1997. TOWARDS A SOCIOLINGUISTICS OF STYLE. UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA WORKING PAPERS IN LINGUISTICS: A SELECTION OF PAPERS FROM NWAVE 25 4.1:1-22. (YOU CAN ORDER THIS AT HTTP://LING.UPENN.EDU/PAPERS/PWPL.HTML)

RICKFORD, JOHN & FAYE MCNAIR-KNOX. 1992. ADDRESSEE- AND TOPIC-INFLUENCED STYLE SHIFT: A QUANTITATIVE SOCIOLINGUISTIC STUDY. IN D. BIBER AND E. FINEGAN (EDS.), PERSPECTIVES ON REGISTER: SITUATING REGISTER VARIATION WITHIN SOCIOLINGUISTICS. OXFORD: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS.


ED FINEGAN & BIBER COLLECTION 1994 ED RICKFORD & ECKERT COLLECTION ?2000 (REFS BELOW) ARTICLES IN L & SOC, J OF SOCIOLING

1992 HIT AND MISS: REFEREE DESIGN IN THE DIALECTS OF NEW ZEALAND TELEVISION ADVERTISEMENTS. LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION 12/3-4: 1-14.

1995 REVIEW OF DOUGLAS BIBER & EDWARD FINEGAN (EDS), 1994. SOCIOLINGUISTIC PERSPECTIIVES ON REGISTER. NEW YORK: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS. IN LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY 24/2: 265-70.

1997 [LANGUAGE] STYLE AS AUDIENCE DESIGN. IN NIKOLAS COUPLAND & ADAM JAWORSKI (EDS), SOCIOLINGUISTICS: A READER AND COURSEBOOK. LONDON: MACMILLAN. 240-50.

1997 (WITH GARY JOHNSON). TOWARDS A SOCIOLINGUISTICS OF STYLE. UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA WORKING PAPERS IN LINGUISTICS 4/1: 1-21.

1999 STYLING THE OTHER TO DEFINE THE SELF: A STUDY IN NEW ZEALAND IDENTITY MAKING. JOURNAL OF SOCIOLINGUISTICS 3 (THEME ISSUE ON STYLING THE OTHER, EDITED BY BEN RAMPTON): 523-41.

IN PRESS

2000 >BACK IN STYLE: RE-WORKING AUDIENCE DESIGN. TO APPEAR IN PENELOPE ECKERT & JOHN R RICKFORD (EDS). STYLE AND SOCIOLINGUISTIC VARIATION. NEW YORK: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS.

ARENT, RUSSEL. 1998. THE PRAGMATICS OF CROSS-CULTURAL BARGAINING IN AN AMMANI SUQ: AN EXPLORATION OF LANGUAGE CHOICE, DISCOURSE STRUCTURE, AND PRAGMATIC FAILURE IN DISCOURSE INVOLVING ARAB AND NON-ARAB PARTICIPANTS. PH.D. DISSERTATION. UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA. [RARENT@STCLOUDSTATE.EDU]

LL Issue: 10.1672
Date Posted: 03-Nov-1999
Original Query: Read original query