Hudsonspeechcommunities - HudsonSpeechCommunities

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Hudson “Speech Communities” > Hudson:  How people thought about speech communities in the past, how they  think about them till now. how have the ideas of what a speech community is changed over time,  1.  Speech community : all the people who use a given language (or dialect) not  a productive way to do something, because people could be all speaking the  same language but all have different cultures. Example: all people the speak English (there are billions of them) 2.  Each language defines a speech community : the whole set of people who  communicate with each other, either directly or indirectly; via the common  language If two communities both spoke the same language but had no contact with each  other at all, they would count as different speech communities 3 .  A speech community is a group of people who interact by means of  speech 4.   Any human aggregate characterized by regular and frequent interaction 
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