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    Lippi-Green, Rosina 1997. What We Talk About When We Talk About Ebonics: Why Definitions Matter. The Black Scholar, Vol. 27, Issue. 2, p. 7.


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    Sociolinguistics and Language Teaching
    • Online ISBN: 9780511551185
    • Book DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511551185
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This text provides an introduction to the field of sociolinguistics for second and foreign language teachers.This book provides an introduction to the field of sociolinguistics for second and foreign language teachers. Chapters cover the basic areas of sociolinguistics, including regional and social variations in dialects, language and gender, World English, and intercultural communication. Each chapter has been specially written for this collection by an individual who has done extensive research on the topic explored. This is the first introductory text to address explicitly the pedagogical implications of current theory and research in sociolinguistics. The book will also be of interest to any teachers with students from linguistically diverse backgrounds.

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'... like companion volumes in the Cambridge Applied Linguistics series, it is readable without over-simplifying detailed arguments ... One of the aspects I particularly like in this book is the frequent and explicit references to learners and their teachers in specific situations. This ensures accessibility of the information to both the academic and to the classroom teacher, for whom much of the information will be of great use.'VATME Newsletter No 71, 1997

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