Language Variety in the New South : Contemporary Perspectives on Change and Variation / edited by Jeffrey Reaser, Eric Wilbanks, Karissa Wojcik, and Walt Wolfram.
Contributor(s): Wolfram, Walt [editor.] | Wojcik, Karissa [editor.] | Wilbanks, Eric [editor.] | Reaser, Jeffrey [editor.].Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781469638812; 1469638819; 9781469638829; 1469638827.Subject(s): Spanish language -- Southern States | English language -- Southern States | Linguistic change -- Southern StatesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 427/.975 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Second chapter title includes five instances of the word "southern" using pronunciation variations in IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet).
Includes bibliographical references and index.
LAVIS: where are you going, where have you been? / William A. Kretzschmar Jr. -- [suthern], [suthuhn], [suthrun], [suthuhn], [sauthn], etc.: what we/they think/thought it is/was/will be / Dennis R. Preston -- Language and the internet in the new South / Becky Childs and Joel Schneier -- Performing southernness in country music / Catherine Evans Davies, with Caroline Myrick -- Appalachia, monophthongization, and intonation: rethinking tradition / Paul E. Reed -- Language variety in Louisiana: research trends and implications / Michael D. Picone -- Cajuns as southe(r)ne(r)s?: an examination of variable r-lessness in Cajun English / Katie Carmichael -- The continuing symbolic importance of French in Louisiana / Nathalie Dajko -- Sounding black: labeling and perceptions of African American voices on southern college campuses / Tracey L. Weldon -- Black is, black isn't: perceptions of language and blackness / Sonja L. Lanehart and Ayesha M. Malik -- (De)segregation: the impact of de facto and de jure segregation on African American English in the new South / Mary Kohn -- Community detection and the reversal of the southern vowel shift in Raleigh, North Carolina / Robin Dodsworth -- Where are you from?: immigrant stories of accent, belonging, and other experiences in the South / Agnes Bolonyai -- What a swarm of variables tells us about the formation of Mexican American English / Erik R. Thomas -- Spanish in North Carolina: English-origin loanwords in a newly forming Hispanic community / Jim Michnowicz, Alex Hyler, James Shepherd, and Sonya Trawick -- On the status of Miami as a southern city: defining language and region through demography and social history / Phillip M. Carter and Andrew Lynch -- Sociolinguistic outreach for the new South: looking back to move ahead / Kirk Hazen -- We must go home again: interdisciplinary models of progressive partnerships to promote linguistic justice in the new South / Anne H. Charity Hudley and Christine Mallinson -- Negotiating language presentation: linguists, communities, and producers / Walt Wolfram, Danica Cullinan, and Neal Hutcheson -- The role of the university in negotiating language revitalization / Hartwell S. Francis -- Language revitalization and sociolinguistics: a commentary on first language: the race to save Cherokee / Christian Koops -- Variationist research in the South: current perspectives and future directions / Eric Wilbanks.
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