Authority in Language: Investigating Standard English
Routledge, 11 sep. 2002 - 192 pagina's
This influential and widely used book has been extensively revised and includes a new chapter on linguistic discrimination on the basis of class, race and ethnicity.
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Standard English and the complaint tradition
Spoken and written norms
Grammar and speech
Linguistic prescription and the speech community
Linguistic repertoires and communicative competence
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