Seldom Ask, Never Tell: Labor and Discourse in Appalachia

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INDEX
Abu-Lughod, Lila, 228n11, 256n, 3
Agar, Michael, 250n6
Allen, Barbara, 238nn22-23
American Anthropological Association, 227n2
American English, broadcast, 150
Anglin, Mary, 227n5, 245n5, 255n40, 259n33
Appadurai, Arjun, 35, 229n18, 230n2, 233n26, 237n12
Appalachia, 3, 5, 16, 230n33
ethnicity, 16, 165, 255n38
images of, 4-5, 11, 16, 28, 231n9
Appalachian English, 3, 22-23, 56, 83, 123, 229n22, 248n1
double modals in, 83, 242n20
expressions in, 55, 237n14, 249n10. See also expressions
Appalachian Regional Commission, 16
Arensberg, Conrad, 228n18
Asad, I'alal, 260n2
ask. See "askin(s)" requesting patterns, "ask"
Askins, Donald, 215
"askin(s)" requesting patterns, 68-93, 94, 107, 114, 126, 132, 141, 179, 203, 243n32. See also various requesting patterns and practices
"ask," as performative verb, 92
"claims." See "askin(s)" requesting patterns, "rights," "place," and "claims" in
control acts, relationship to, 242n23
declaratives as. See requesting patterns, declaratives
direct "askin" requests, as type of. See direct "askin" requesting patterns
"doin for" relations, constitutive of, 85. See also various "doin for" entries
"helpin out" uses of. See "helpin out" requesting practices
imperatives in, 118, see also various imperative entries
interrogatives as. See requesting patterns, interrogatives
optional "askin" forms, as type of. See optional "askin" patterns
"orders," relationship to, 88, 118, 120
"place." See "askin(s)" requesting patterns, "rights," "place," and "claims" in
"rights," "place," and "claims" in, 108. See also direct "askin" requesting patterns, "rights" in; optional requesting patterns, "rights," "place," and "claims" relations in; "volunteerin(s)" requesting patterns, "rights" and "place" relations in
task-focused patterns, use in, 141
"tradin" requesting practices, occurrence in, 107
types of, 6g
"volunteerin(s)," as type of. See "volunteerin(s)" requesting patterns

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