Tag Archives: Sociolinguistics
Mitra Science collects science videos on the web. Here’s a link to their sociolinguistic collection.
Dr. Christine Mallinson (UMBC) has produced an impressive blog which highlights the sociolinguistic research of her and her students. Dr. Mallinson is a young, but up-and-coming researcher, who has worked on ethnic variation in North Carolina and training teachers to … Continue reading
As a sociolinguist, I sometimes look at regional variation in English. To do that, I can study production differences, perception diferences, or, following Dennis Preston’s work in perceptual dialectology, I can look at where people think the language differences are. … Continue reading
misslinguistics.newsvine.com – Miss Linguistics–a great blog on general linguistics and language in the news, with an Australian twist. 🙂 In her own words: Miss Linguistics loves learning about all different languages but her particular interests are cross-cultural communication, … Continue reading
Southern Appalachian English is a blog maintained by linguist Michael Montgomery (University of South Carolina). On it, you will find Dr. Montgomery’s own papers and an annotated bibliography of other research on Appalachian English. There are also transcripts and sound files … Continue reading
Accents 2011 focuses on an important area of linguistics research–the development of native and non-native accents of English. This conference is currently calling for proposals. You can find out more by clicking on the link above.
First Soillse Residential Conference – First Call for Papers. SOILLSE, an Scottish institute dedicated to the preservation and research of the Gaelic Language, has issued a call for papers for their first conference. You can … Continue reading