1 edition of Language Attitudes And Language Use in Pitmedden (Variolingua) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Peter Lang Publishing|
|Publishers||Peter Lang Publishing|
|LC Classifications||November 7, 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
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Although the overall attitudes expressed by the sample--both by natives and non-natives, Scottish and non-Scottish informants--are generally very positive, the claimed use of traditional dialect material is rather scarce. Even the speed at which we speak can evoke reactions. Language attitudes and language ideologies permeate our daily lives.
This study is an empirical investigation of the impact of these changes on language aspects, namely on language attitudes and language use of the local variety, the Doric, as well as of other language varieties spoken in the village. McGroarty, M Language attitudes, motivation, and standards.
The Effects of Bilingualism and Language Attitudes This research work seeks to discuss a specific issue of language use and to analyze the general academic achievement taking medical sciences students from Tlemcen University as a case in point.
Although the overall attitudes expressed by the sample--both by natives and non-natives, Scottish and non-Scottish informants--are generally very positive, the claimed use of traditional dialect material is rather scarce. Retrieved Jul 30 2021 from LANGUAGE ATTITUDES AND LANGUAGE USE IN PITMEDDEN ABERDEENSHIRE. Any criticism of this fine study is inevitably very minor. Language attitudes are opinions, ideas and prejudices that speakers have with respect to a language.
As it turns out, the nested configuration of the speech community is one of the reasons why the status of the Doric as an everyday community language has to be renegotiated.
Chapter 3 aims to provide a specific theoretical basis for the study by means of a critical examination of the main themes in attitude measurement and a historical summary of the relevant language attitude research.
report University of Cape Town. Raymond Hickey Language Use and Attitudes in Ireland Page 3 of 22 Language Shift: Scenario 1 Outset Indigenous language sspoken by a small minority within a settler community.
The third part of this main section deals with a rather different matter: the application of a word-list designed to test the knowledge and use of a range of North-East Scots words dealing with the weather.
Writing in a Standard Form 33• Pitmedden is a village of approximately 1,000 inhabitants on the outskirts of Aberdeen city.
Any criticism of this fine study is inevitably very minor.