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The history of English in a social context: a contribution to historical sociolinguistics

The history of English in a social context: a contribution to historical sociolinguistics

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Kastovsky, Dieter 1940- Mettinger, Arthur.
Title Statement
The history of English in a social context: a contribution to historical sociolinguistics / edited by Dieter Kastovsky, Arthur Mettinger.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Berlin ;   New York :   Mouton de Gruyter ,   2000.  
Physical Medium
xviii, 484 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Trends in linguistics. Studies and monographs ; 129
ISBN
3110167077 (cloth : alk. paper)
General Note
Revised and updated versions of papers presented at a workshop of the 1997 ESSE conference in Debrecen, Hungary held September 5-9, 1997, and the HESCO conference in Tulln, held September 11-14, 1997.  
Content Notes
Excellent in Shakespeare / Norman Blake -- Address pronouns in Shakespeare's English : a re-appraisal in terms of markedness -- Gender voices in the spoken interaction of the past : a pilot study based on Early Modern English trial proceedings / Jonathan Culpeper and Merja Kyto -- Is there a social element in English word-stress? : explorations into a non-categorial treatment of English stress : a long-term view / Christiane Dalton-Puffer -- The modal verb shall between grammar and usage in the nineteenth century / Roberta Facchinetti -- Social relations and forms of address in the Canterbury tales / Gabriella Mazzon -- Covert and overt language attitudes to the Scots tongue expressed in the Statistical accounts of Scotland / Robert McColl Millar (with the assistance of Dauvit Horsbroch) -- Fashionable idiolects? : the use of the negative prefix dis- 1520-1620 / Roderick W. McConchie -- On the conditioning of geographical and social distance in language variation and change in Renaissance Scots / Anneli Meurman-Solin --
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
English language -- Grammar, Historical -- Congresses. English language -- Social aspects -- Congresses. English language -- History -- Congresses.
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505 0 ▼a The influence of political correctness on lexical and grammatical change in late-twentieth-century English / Stephen J. Nagle, Margaret A. Fain, and Sara L. Sanders -- The changing role of London on the linguistic map of Tudor and Stuart England / Terttu Nevalainen and Helena Raumolin-Brunberg -- The rise and regulation of periphrastic do in negative declarative sentences : a sociolinguistic study / Arja Nurmi -- Shibboleths galore : the treatment of Irish and Scottish English in histories of the English language / Clausdirk Pollner -- Ethnolinguistic identity as common denominator : a socio-historical investigation of the lexical items for 'people' in South African English / Ute Smit -- Perceived and real differences between men's and women's spellings of the early to mid-seventeenth century / Margaret J.-M. Sonmez -- Sociohistorical linguistics and the observer's paradox / Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade.
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650 0 ▼a English language ▼x Social aspects ▼v Congresses.
650 0 ▼a English language ▼x History ▼v Congresses.
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700 1 ▼a Mettinger, Arthur.

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Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Excellent in Shakespeare / Norman Blake = 1
Address pronouns in Shakespeare's English : a re-appraisal in terms of markedness / Silvia Bruti = 25
Gender voices in the spoken interaction of the past : a pilot study based on Early Modern English trial proceedings / Jonathan Culpeper ; Merja Kyt o ·· = 53
Is there a social element in English word-stress? Explorations into a non-categorial treatment of English stress : a long-term view / Christiane Dalton-Puffer = 91
The modal verb shall between grammar and usage in the nineteenth century / Roberta Facchinetti = 115
Social relations and forms of address in the Canterbury Tales / Gabriella Mazzon = 135
Covert and overt language attitudes to the Scots tongue expressed in the Statistical accounts of Scotland / Robert McColl Millar ; with the assistance of Dauvit Horsbroch = 169
Fashionable idiolects? The use of the negative prefix dis- 1520-1620 / Roderick W. McConchie = 199
On the conditioning of geographical and social distance in language variation and change in Renaissance Scots / Anneli Meurman-Solin = 227
The influence of political correctness on lexical and grammatical change in late-twentieth-century English / Stephen J. Nagle ; Margaret A. Fain ; Sara L. Sanders = 257
The changing role of London on the linguistic map of Tudor and Stuart England / Terttu Nevalainen ; Helena Raumolin-Brunberg = 279
The rise and regulation of periphrastic do in negative declarative sentences : a sociolinguistic study / Arja Nurmi = 339
Shibboleths galore : the treatment of Irish and Scottish English in histories of the English language / Clausdirk Pollner = 363
Ethnolinguistic identity as common denominator : a socio-historical investigation of the lexical items for 'people' in South African English / Ute Smit = 377
Perceived and real differences between men's and women's spellings of the early to mid-seventeenth century / Margaret J.-M. S o ·· nmez = 405
Sociohistorical linguistics and the observer's paradox / Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade = 441
Index of subjects = 463
Index of authors = 477

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