Corpus Linguistics and the Analysis of Sociolinguistic Change
Language Variety and Ideology in Advertising
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illustrates the key principles of corpus design for sociolinguistics studies and offers a framework for future diachronic corpus studies of advertising on social media;
provides a model for analysing corpus data at both inter-varietal and intra-varietal levels in terms of both accent and dialectal features and explores the efficacy of using particular corpus linguistic tools;
identifies key factors which can be used by researchers as evidence for sociolinguistic change and links these factors to relevant theories and frameworks;
demonstrates how corpus tools can be used to compare advertising discourse with naturally occurring discourse, with particular reference to markers of (pseudo) intimate discourse.
Building on the growing body of research relating to variation and change in Irish English, this book is key reading for researchers and advanced students undertaking research within the areas of sociolinguistics and corpus linguistics.
Chapter 1 Analysing sociolinguistic change through a radio ad corpus
Chapter 2 Language variety as a variable: The case of Irish English
Chapter 3 Language ideology and sociolinguistic change
Chapter 4 Examining language ideology in analysing sociolinguistic change: Frameworks and theories
Chapter 5 Designing, building and using a radio ad corpus for diachronic analysis
Chapter 6 Investigating sociolinguistic change through audience and referee design: Intervarietal analysis
Chapter 7 Investigating sociolinguistic change through audience and referee design: Intravarietal analysis
Chapter 8 Investigating indexicality
Chapter 9 Exploring pseudo-intimate discourse
Chapter 10 Conclusions