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HUMA100E Introduction to Sociolinguistics Sociolinguistic Terms from Lectures 1 through 5 12 October 2010 Accent Careful speech Casual speech Conditioned variant Conditioned variation Covert prestige Dependent variable Dialect continuum, Dialect chain Dialectology Formal speech Free variant Free variation Hypercorrection Independent variable Intrusive (r) Language standardization Linguistic insecurity Linguistic item Linguistic variable Linguistic variant Linguistic variation Linguistic variety Linking (r) Local accent Marked category Mutual intelligibility Non-standard language
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Unformatted text preview: NORMs Observer’s paradox Post-vocalic (r) Quantitative sociolinguistics Rapid and anonymous interview Reading-passage style Received Pronunciation Regional variation Register Relic area Relic feature Sex-based linguistic variation Social-class accent Social dialect Socially-stratified linguistic variation Social variable Sociolect Sociolinguistic interview Speech community Spontaneous speech Standard language Style-shifting Styles of speaking Unconditioned variation Unmarked category Urban dialectology Vernacular Word-list style Working-class speech...
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