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The description and analysis of language variation has taken on increased importance in German linguistics in recent years. This volume reviews different approaches, including research on attitudes and on language contact, in order to explore how variations can be understood in terms of speakers’ different normative perspectives and as a product of identity constructions.
Albrecht Plewnia, Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim; Alexandra N. Lenz, Universität Wien, Österreich.
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