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Middle-Class African American English

From its historical development to its current context, this is the first full-length overview of middle-class African American English. Les mer
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From its historical development to its current context, this is the first full-length overview of middle-class African American English.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction; 2. The study of middle-class AAE; 3. 'Talking black' as public performance - not so lame; 4. Language and double-consciousness - a personal account; 5. Race, class, and camouflaged divergence; 6. Sounding black; 7. Looking ahead.

Om forfatteren

Tracey L. Weldon is a sociolinguist, specializing in African American Language varieties at the University of South Carolina. She is an Associate Dean in the College of Arts and Sciences, Associate Producer of the documentary 'Talking Black in America', and chair of the LSA Committee on Ethnic Diversity in Linguistics.