Qualitative Methods in Sociolinguistics

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Index
Abstract, 77-78, 131
Academic English, 86
Access to research site, 28
Accommodation, 125
Account, ethnographic, 94
Action research, 50
Advocacy, 49
African American Vernacular English, 54-55, 86, 105, 119-120
Agar, M., 60, 83, 85, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 99, 100
Age, 7. See also Youth
Agency, 124
Agendas, for research, 53—55. See also Politics of research
Air traffic control, 112
Airheart-Martin, T., 106-110
Albee, J., 122
Allegro form, 119
Allen, H. B., 7, 10
Alzheimer's disease, 28-29, 35-36
Analytical methods, 4
in descriptive linguistics, 13-15
in dialect geography, 10
in discourse analysis, 123—126
in ethnography, 93—100
in historical/comparative linguistics,
15-17
Anonymity, 43, 44, 45
Anthropology, 6, 48. See also Ethnography; Participant observation
Apology, 111
Applied sociolinguistics, 28—29
Article, scholarly, 4, 130-136
limitations of, 138
Atkins, B. K., 31
Audience, 125
Audio recording. See Recording; Tape recorder, as conversational resource
Authority, scholarly, 91
Authorship, 62-63
Autobiography, 139
Averages, 92-93
Bailey, G., 84, 86
Baltin, M., 72-73
Baugh, J., 105, 106, 113
Bauman, R., 2, 39, 84
Bean, J. M., 30, 76, 87, 90, 111
Becker, A. L., 99, 121, 124, 138, 139
Belfast, 90
Bengali, 25-28, 35
Bergvall, V., 63
Biber, D., 122
Bing, J., 63
Bloomfield, L., 11
Boundaries, 10, 85-86
Briggs, C. L., 112
Brown, P., 32
Bucholtz, M., 45-48
Burmese, 121
Cameron, D., 22, 23, 49, 54
Case study, 27, 135
selection of subjects for, 89-90
Cassidy, F. G., 7, 86
Center for Applied Linguistics, 52
Chafe, W., 24, 118
Chambers, J. K., 10, 85
Chomsky, N., 11, 71

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 2: Methodology in Historical Context 6
  • 3: Thinking About Methodology 20
  • 4: Some Legal and Ethical Issues 39
  • 5: Standards of Evidence How Do You Know When You'Re Right? 58
  • 6: Thinking Introspection and Intuition 71
  • 7: Looking - Participant Observation 80
  • 8: Reading and Listening - Discourse Analysis 103
  • 9: Writing 130
  • References 145
  • Index 158
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