The sociolinguistics of grammar /
In this paper, I argue that linguistics is a historical science in more than one sense: Not only is the object, language, embedded in time, but so is the study of it. This has consequences for our conception of language change. A central result of previous sociolinguistic analyses of spoken Copenhag...
Amsterdam ; Philadelphia :
John Benjamins Publishing Company,
|Series:||Studies in language companion series ;
v. 154. |
|Online Access:||Available via EBSCO eBook Collection|
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