Language Variation – European Perspectives VIII

Selected papers from the Tenth International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 10), Leeuwarden, June 2019

Editors
| Fryske Akademy & Utrecht University
| University of Groningen
| University of Groningen
HardboundForthcoming
ISBN 9789027208859 | EUR 105.00 | USD 158.00
 
e-Book Open Access
ISBN 9789027259820
 
This volume contains a selection of papers from the 10th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 10), which was organized by the Fryske Akademy and held in Leeuwarden/Ljouwert (the Netherlands) in June 2019. The editors have selected thirteen papers on a wide range of language varieties, geographically ranging from Dutch-Frisian contact varieties in Leeuwarden to English in Sydney, Australia. The selection includes traditional quantitative and qualitative approaches to different types of linguistic variables, as well as state-of-the-art techniques for the analysis of speech sounds, new dialectometrical methods, covariation analysis, and a range of statistical methods. The papers are based on data from traditional sources such as sociolinguistic interviews, speech corpora and newspapers, but also on hip hop lyrics, historical private letters and administrative documents, as well as re-analyses of dialect atlas data and older dialect recordings. The reader will enjoy the vibrant diversity of language variation studies presented in this volume.
[Studies in Language Variation, 25]  Expected June 2021.  vi, 316 pp.
Publishing status: Printing

For any use beyond this license, please contact the publisher at rights@benjamins.nl.

Table of Contents
Introduction
Remco Knooihuizen, Nanna Haug Hilton and Hans Van de Velde
2–9
Chapter 1. The volatile linguistic shape of ‘Town Frisian’/‘Town Hollandic’
Arjen P. Versloot
12–34
Chapter 2. Is there an interlanguage speech acceptability deficit?
Rias van den Doel and Adriaan Walpot
36–51
Chapter 3. Revisiting the vowel mergers of East Anglia: Correlations of moan, mown and goose
Kerri-Ann Butcher
54–77
Chapter 4. Modeling regional variation in voice onset time of Jutlandic varieties of Danish
Rasmus Puggaard
80–110
Chapter 5. “Organically German”? Changing ideologies of national belonging
Janet M. Fuller
112–134
Chapter 6. Exploring an approach for modelling lectal coherence
Karen V. Beaman
136–160
Chapter 7. “I’m dead posh in school” Attitudes and linguistic behaviour of Merseyside adolescents
Rachel Byrne
162–179
Chapter 8. Benim : A new pronoun in Swedish
Nathan J. Young
182–207
Chapter 9. Identification of clusters of lexical areas using geographical factors: A case study in the Occitan language area
Clément Chagnaud, Guylaine Brun-Trigaud and Philippe Garat
210–225
Chapter 10. (Il)literacy and language change: Non-standard relative constructions in historical Basque
Dorota Krajewska and Eneko Zuloaga
228–246
Chapter 11. Dialect contact in the vowel system of Mišótika Cappadocian
Nicole Vassalou, Dimitris Papazachariou and Mark Janse
248–267
Chapter 12. Leaders of language change: Macro and micro perspectives
Meredith Tamminga
270–289
Chapter 13. Ethnic variation in real time: Change in Australian English diphthongs
James Grama, Catherine E. Travis and Simon Gonzalez
292–314
Index
315
Subjects
BIC Subject: CFB – Sociolinguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009050 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Sociolinguistics
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2021010868 | Marc record