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Dialectological and Folk Dialectological Concepts of Space

Current Methods and Perspectives in Sociolinguistic Research on Dialect Change

Ed. by Hansen, Sandra / Schwarz, Christian / Stoeckle, Philipp / Streck, Tobias

Series:linguae & litterae 17

    Aims and Scope

    In variational linguistics, the concept of space has always been a central issue. However, different research traditions considering space coexisted for a long time separately. Traditional dialectology focused primarily on the diatopic dimension of linguistic variation, whereas in sociolinguistic studies diastratic and diaphasic dimensions were considered. For a long time only very few linguistic investigations tried to combine both research traditions in a two-dimensional design – a desideratum which is meant to be compensated by the contributions of this volume. The articles present findings from empirical studies which take on these different concepts and examine how they relate to one another. Besides dialectological and sociolinguistic concepts also a lay perspective of linguistic space is considered, a paradigm that is often referred to as “folk dialectology”. Many of the studies in this volume make use of new computational possibilities of processing and cartographically representing large corpora of linguistic data. The empirical studies incorporate findings from different linguistic communities in Europe and pursue the objective to shed light on the inter-relationship between the different concepts of space and their relevance to variational linguistics.

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    23 x 15.5 cm
    vii, 299 pages
    60 Fig.
    Language:
    English
    Type of Publication:
    Collection
    Keywords:
    Dialectology; Sociolinguistics; Dialectometry; Perceptual Dialectology

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    Sandra Hansen, Christian Schwarz, Philipp Stoeckle, Tobias Streck, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany.

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