By Dirk Geeraerts; Gitte Kristiansen; Yves Peirsman
Advances in Cognitive Sociolinguistics brings jointly ten reviews into the social and conceptual elements of language-internal version. the quantity covers 3 major parts the place Cognitive Linguistics and sociolinguistics meet: lexical and lexical-semantic edition, constructional version, and learn on lectal attitudes and acquisition. All ten contributions depend on a company empirical foundation within the shape of complex corpus-based suggestions and/or experimental tools and survey-based learn. They illustrate how Cognitive Sociolinguistics experiences either the adaptation of which means, and the meanin. Read more...
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half I. Lexical and lexical-semantic version: Heterodox idea good points and onomasiological heterogeneity in dialects / Dirk Geeraerts and Dirk Speelman --
Measuring and parameterizing lexical convergence and divergence among ecu and Brazilian Portuguese / Augusto Soares da Silva --
outstanding insights into semantic version / Justyna A. Robinson --
making use of be aware area types to Sociolinguistics: faith Names earlier than and After September 11 / Yves Peirsman, Kris Heylen and Dirk Geeraerts --
half 2. Constructional version: The English genitive alternation in a cognitive sociolinguistics standpoint / Benedikt Szmrecsanyi --
(Not) buying grammatical gender in sorts of Dutch / Gunther De Vogelaer --
Lectal edition in constructional semantics: 'Benefactive' ditransitives in Dutch / Timothy Colleman --
half three. version of lectal wisdom and attitudes: Lectal acquisition and linguistic stereotype formation / Gitte Kristiansen --
Investigations into the folk's psychological versions of linguistic types / Raphael Berthele --
A cognitive method of quantitative sociolinguistic edition: facts from TH-fronting in relevant Scotland / Lynn Clark and Graeme Trousdale.
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For instance, uniformity between two samples of data is obtained as follows: if term A occurs 6 times and term B occurs 4 times in one of the samples, and term A occurs 3 times and term B occurs 7 times in the other sample, the number of common pairs that name this concept (7 pairs) constitutes a uniformity of 70%. This result is obtained by making the sum of the lowest relative frequencies of each alternative term: 30% of term A (3 uses, coming from the second sample) and 40% of term B (4 uses, coming from the second sample).
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The convergent or divergent evolution of one of the varieties towards the other (question 2) is expressed by greater changes of U/U’ values from a time period to another and by higher or lower values of U/U’ in different time periods rather than in a particular time period. Internal uniformity calculations I and I’ were used to answer question (3): the increase of I/I’ is indicative of growing internal homogeneity. As mentioned before, in principle, weighted measures (U’, I’) are more significant than unweighted ones (U, I) and a statistical difference below 5% is not treated as significant.
Advances in cognitive sociolinguistics by Dirk Geeraerts; Gitte Kristiansen; Yves Peirsman