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Keywords: word-formation, meaning predictability, psycholinguistic factors, sociolinguistic factors, integrated theory of word-formation and meaning predictability
They consider, in cases of specific countries, sociolinguistic issues related to terminology, linguistic landscapes, teacher beliefs, identity formation, immigration, and attitudes, and the learning process and students and teachers in the classroom, including CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) teaching and issues associated with raising language awareness and metalinguistic awareness in multilingual learners, and methods of improving the effectiveness of teaching in these settings.
The dynamic nature of interpreted interaction has led SL researchers to sociolinguistic investigations of interpreting.
61-88), which forms the sociolinguistic theoretical framework and basis of the book, we are presented with three major sociolinguistic models which can be applied to the analysis of the state of affairs regarding language use in the surveyed time period in England, as well as with a discussion of the central notions of sociolinguistics, such as speech communities, language contact, bilingualism, diglossia, pidgins and creoles.
The sociolinguistic competence dimension involves student-teacher interaction at university (including norms of informal interaction, humor, treating female and male students equally, being approachable, verbal stimuli) with respect to the ability to use language in a certain social situation and in the class environment (Frymier & Weser, 2001; Gorsuch, 2003; Roach & Byrne, 2001).
Both chapters reflect theoretical and methodological flaws, on which I will comment in the first place and then mention how one methodological decision may have affected the theoretical contribution that the results could have involved, since decisions on speech community sample, its stratification, its collection method and the methods and techniques used have a direct effect on the results obtained and thus on the evaluation and further confirmation of the hypotheses and premises that are at play in variationist sociolinguistic analyses of language variation and change.
Coverage includes an historical overview of the role of number in Chinese philosophy and ideology; the tradition of math education in China and the way in which Chinese children, teachers, and parents are driven by the examination ethic; numbers in language and ways in which Chinese number expressions differ from, and are possibly easier than, other languages; number expressions in colloquial language; the use of numbering in sociolinguistic systems, like the family; the manipulation of number in the "print environment" of the state; and a brief "personal profile" of each of the numbers from 1 to 10, 12, 100, and 10,000--the associations and symbolism surrounding numbers in Chinese culture.
From a sociolinguistic perspective, researchers could examine features, such as age, sex, ethnic background, and education level, in these types of communications and determine commonalities among the authors.
Interestingly, in some transitional locales and settings those tabooing practices have tended to vanish, exposing unusual sociolinguistic data.
In his book entitled A Sociolinguistic History of Parisian French, R.
Compounding this problem, it is probably more difficult, or at least more time consuming, to collect and analyze material for a sociolinguistic study of an unfamiliar language than for a basic grammar of the same language.
Scouse is also under threat, says Sue Fox, a research fellow in sociolinguistic variation at London University.
Sue Fox, a research fellow in sociolinguistic variation at the University of London, said a new mix of Cockney and Bangladeshi had developed which was close to Received Pronunciation, particularly in vowel pronunciation
That magic sociolinguistic power in my head went into effect again.