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ERIC Number: ED010690
Record Type: RIE
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Pages: 29
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TRENDS AND IMPLICATIONS OF CURRENT RESEARCH IN DIALECTOLOGY.
BROZ, JAMES J., JR.
LINGUISTIC STUDIES IN CHICAGO, DETROIT, LONDON, NEW YORK CITY, AND WASHINGTON, D.C. ARE REVIEWED. THEY SUGGEST ONE OF THE CURRENT TRENDS IN DIALECT RESEARCH--NARROW LINGUISTIC, INTERDISCIPLINARY ANALYSES OF LANGUAGE VARIATION IN CITIES. ANOTHER TREND STUDIED IS THE DESCRIPTION OF THE SPEECH OF STUDENTS IN ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS, AND COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, WHOSE SPEECH IS SO SEVERELY DIVERGENT AS TO CAUSE ACADEMIC FAILURE. BOTH TYPES OF STUDY OPEN THE WAY FOR INCLUDING FURTHER INVESTIGATIONS OF LANGUAGE VARIATION DESCRIPTIONS OF SOCIOLINGUISTIC PHENOMENA, INCLUDING PARALINGUISTIC FEATURES. (AUTHOR)
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Identifiers: VERBAL BEHAVIOR