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You are currently using the site but have requested a page in the site. Would you like to change to the site? Lesley Milroy. Undetected location. NO YES. Language and Social Networks, 2nd Edition. Selected type: Paperback. Added to Your Shopping Cart. This is a dummy description. First published in , Language and Social Networks has had a great influence on the development of sociolinguistics.

The second edition incorporates an extensive new chapter reappraising the original research and discussing other sociolinguistic work in the same paradigm. Table of contents Editor's Preface to the Second Edition. Preface to the Second Edition. Language, Class and Community. The Social Context of Speech Events. The Quantitative Analysis of Linguistic Data. Conclusions and Theoretical Implications.

Features First published in , Language and Social Networks has had a great influence on the development of sociolinguistics investigates the manner in which patterns of linguistic variation characterize particular groups social and cultural, geographic, male and female within a complex urban community incorporates an extensive new chapter reappraising the original research and discussing other sociolinguistic work in the same paradigm. Language in Society.

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Language and Social Networks, 2nd Edition

Sociolinguistic surveys have shown that language variation cannot only be found among groups with varying socio-economic status but also within one group. Following the regular class pattern, we could expect the members of one socio-economic status group to show uniform linguistic behaviour. Obviously this is not the case in reality. Even speakers with the same socio-economic status are characterized by their varying use of language. Consequently, there must be other significant factors than such static social variables as class or gender which can account for linguistic variation. The concept of the social network was introduced to the field of sociolinguistics by Lesley and James Milroy.

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