|2.1||Proposed relation of “South-West European Sign Languages”||26|
|2.2||Proposed relation of “North-West European Sign Languages”||27|
|3.1||Taiwan Sign Language, JIE||53|
|3.2||Taiwan Sign Language, GONG||53|
|4.1||(r) indices for three social classes in five styles in New York City||69|
|4.2||-t, d deletion by grammatical class, following environment and social class in Detroit African American English||72|
|4.3a, b||WONDER, TOLERATE, citation and non-citation forms||98|
|4.4a, b, c||DEAF ear to chin, chin to ear, contact cheek (DEAF∧ CULTURE)||103|
|5.1||Narrative from a multiparty conversation including five deaf native signers of ASL||126|
|7.1||The two primary sociostructural factors affecting language attitudes: Standardization and vitality||201|
|7.2||What's in a name?: “Friends First” advertisement||214|
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Publication information: Book title: The Sociolinguistics of Sign Languages. Contributors: Ceil Lucas - Editor. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Place of publication: Cambridge, England. Publication year: 2001. Page number: ix.
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