Sociolinguistics Research Topics Essays and Term Papers

  • the greatest inventions

    second/foreign language educators 3. The major domains of second language studies as they are addressed specifically by the UH SLS 4. A wide variety of research approaches employed by applied linguists The course will be online. There will be extensive online discussion group activity. SLS  Course...

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  • Sociolinguistic

    University of Tennessee, Knoxville Trace: Tennessee Research and Creative Exchange Senior Thesis Projects, 1993-2002 College Scholars 1-1-1997 Teaching Sociolinguistic Competence in the ESL Classroom Claire Ann Mizne Follow this and additional works at: http://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_interstp2...

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  • Gender Antropology

    Language in Society 32, 299–328. Printed in the United States of America DOI: 10.10170S0047404503323012 Gender, publication and citation in sociolinguistics and linguistic anthropology: The construction of a scholarly canon B O N N I E M C E L H I N N Y, M A R I J K E H O L S , J E F F H O LT Z K...

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  • Affective Language Used by Men and Women in Dating

    is an essential field of sociolinguistics. Dating is a special context in which cross-gendered interactions involve. Affective language would be frequently used in this context. Also, the relationship between language and gender has become an important topic in sociolinguistics in the recent years. However...

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  • The Study of Language

    ✓ Speech as social interaction. ✓ The quantitative study of speech. Introduction:    Sociolinguistics is a term including the aspects of linguistics applied toward the connections between language and society, and the way we use it in different...

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  • Linguistics

    knowledge is referred to as interlanguage pragmatics. A substantial body of research on interlanguage pragmatics now exists (see Ellis 1994, Kasper 1998), but the great majority of studies focuses on L2 use rather than development. Topics investigated in these studies include the following: 1. The perception...

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  • An Analysis on Language Style Used in Too Fast Too Furious Movie

    Title: An Analysis of the Language Style Used in “two fast and too furious” film. Fields: sociolinguistics A. Background of the Study Too fast and too furious film is one of the most amazing films in 2003 year. This film was directed by John singleton. He is a famous director in the...

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  • Sociolinguistics

    1. Choose a topic related to language use (in your placement school) which you would like to explore further, eg: - The different languages spoken in the country/region/city of your placement school; - The use of different languages/dialects/varieties in the school; - Language use in the classroom;...

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  • Hedges in a Talk Show

    hedges may help speakers to maintain politeness toward their addressee though it functions as negative politeness strategies. There are many sociolinguistic cases can be met in people’s daily which unconsciously occurred. When having a conversation or an interaction, people may alter their speech to...

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  • Media

    THE ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO SOCIOLINGUISTICS Have you ever noticed an accent or puzzled over a dialect phrase? Language can be a powerful tool with which one can create a persona; it can be a common ground between people or can be used as a divide between social groups. This Companion is for anyone...

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  • Euphemism from sociolinguistics perspective

    1923018420130404.C613 Euphemism From Sociolinguistics Perspective CHI Ren[a],*; HAO Yu[a] [a] * acknowledged that in every language, there are a certain amount of euphemisms. Euphemisms are used in place of some sensitive, unpleasant, disturbing and taboo topics. Enright stated “A language without...

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  • Seminar Linguistic

    language to communicate with another people. Their feeling, emotion, and desire can be showed by using language. Holmes (2000:1) defines that sociolinguistic study the relationship between language and society. They are interested in explaining why we speak differently in different social context, and...

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  • An Analysis of Jargon Spoken by Cadre of Hmi Komisariat Oemar Bakrie University of Muhammadiyah Malang

    AN ANALYSIS OF JARGON SPOKEN BY CADRE OF HMI KOMISARIAT OEMAR BAKRIE UNIVERSITY OF MUHAMMADIYAH MALANG By : Sociolinguistic 5C Achmad Syaiful Badar 08360197 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION MUHAMMADIYAH UNIVERSITY...

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  • Factors Affecting the Second Language Learners' Fluency.

    improve second language learners' fluency. Though there are different perspectives of these factors: sociolinguistic, psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic. This essay is going to focus on the sociolinguistic factors in particular due to space limitations. The major goal, which is also the main question,...

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  • Language & Gender

    achievement, and by encouraging students to critically analyze the ways they use language in their everyday lives. Based on a review of 2 decades of research on gender and classroom interaction, Clarricoates concludes that interaction between teachers and students and among students themselves is "suffused...

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  • Socio

    SOCIOLINGUISTIC An Analysis of Inner and Outer Code Mixing In the Novel Pahe Telecinta by Endang Rukmana Lecturer : Kasmudji Rahadjo, M.Pd. By : 1. AKHMAD ARIANTO (097 315) ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 2009-F SEKOLAH TINGGI KEGURUAN DAN ILMU PENDIDIKAN PERSATUAN GURU REPUBLIK INDONESIA JOMBANG ...

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  • Accent Problem

    article title is ‘I am not qualified to be a Honkongese because of my accented Cantonese’: mainland Chinese immigrant students in Hong Kong. The research topic is language practices and identity construction of a group of Chinese immigrant students. This study also tries to find out reasons of group identities...

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  • luapnus

    The book Muiris Ó Laoire (2004) reviewed is entitled Sociolinguistics: A resource book for students (Stockwell, 2002). The overall structure of this review is conventional, starting with a brief introduction, then a comprehensive summary, and finally some evaluative comments. However, there is no conclusion...

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  • Communicative Competence and English as an International Language

    communicative competence, which includes both linguistic competence or implicit and explicit knowledge of the rules of grammar, and contextual or sociolinguistic knowledge of the rules of language use in context. Hymes viewed communicative competence as having the following four types: what is formally...

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  • The Study of Discourse

    remarkably synchronous paradigm shift with the birth of several new but mutually related ‘interdisciplines’ such as semiotics, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, pragmatics as well as the study of discourse. The articles collected in the volumes of this book are prominent contributions to the latter field...

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