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Linguistic variation as social practice : The linguistic construction of identity in Belten High

By: Eckert, Penelope
Language: English Publisher: United States of America -- Wiley -- 2000Edition: 1st edDescription: xvi, 240pISBN: 9780631186045Subject(s): Sociolinguistics | High school students -- Language | Language and languages -- VariationDDC classification: 306.44 ECK/L
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1. Interpreting the Meaning of Variation.
2. The Social Order of Belten High.
3. Sociolinguistic Research in the School.
4. The Vocalic Variables.
5. Outline of Variation in Belten High.
6. We Are What We Do.
7. Friendships, Networks, and Communities of Practice.
8. Style, Social Meaning, and Sound Change.

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