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  • Language, Society and Culture Gabriel Fernando Jara Muñoz
  • Before we start Way of Speaking Can give clues of Accent Dialect Social Identity Social Groups Speech Communities Rules Norms Expectations Everything is studied by the SOCIOLINGUISTICS
    • Sociolin guistics
    • Society - language
    Anthropology Language/culture Sociology Social Groups Institutions Social Psychology Attitudes Perceptions Social Dialects Class Education Age Sex however are required to study As social dialects have a social background, there are other factors when it comes to the valorisation of the language in use: Social Values  Language Use Overt prestige Covert prestige General recognized way of speaking non-standard ways of speaking SUB- GROUPS
  • Social Dialects: Class & Education Class Education low Middle High Low high College Written/ Formal Language Pronunciation /r/ /n/ /h/ There are changes in the Low class avoid those sounds
  • Social Dialects: Age & Gender Young Old Grandparents Grandchild Expressions AGE GENDER Female Male Co-operation Prestigious Topic: Feelings Solutions Informal Sports News Competitive Analysed between Have different Language is usually gives Language is usually
  • Social Dialects: Ethnic Background Idiolect Black English Vernacular Absence of Copula Lexical Changes Grammatical Changes Personal dialect Of each individual Speaker Voice Physical features called contains Is a Deals with
  • Context Situation USE Style Spoken Written Formal Informal Register Religion Legal Jargon Technical Vocabulary Inside of Certain areas Social Dialects: Style , Register & Jargon Deals with the And the Can be Refers to Can be means just