Sociolinguistic correlates of speech style in Quebec

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Centre de recherches en éducation franco-ontarienne, Institut d"études pédagogiques de l"Ontario , [Toronto]
French language -- Social aspects -- Québec (Province), Sociolinguistics -- Québec (Prov
StatementAlison d"Anglejan and G. Richard Tucker.
ContributionsTucker, G. Richard., Centre for Franco-Ontarian Studies.
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p. [i.e.14 leaves] :
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Open LibraryOL18579798M

Subjective reactions to language (language attitudes, beliefs, values, etc.) are the focus of this monograph. Chapters include: (1) "Sociolinguistic Correlates of Speech Style in Quebec" by Alison d'Anglejan and G.

Richard Tucker; (2) "Some 'Unexpected' Reactions to Various American-English Dialects" by Bruce Fraser; (3) "Attitudes and Learning a Second Language" by John Macnamara; (4) Cited by: Ana Inés Ansaldo, is an associate professor at the École d’Orthophonie et Audiologie de l’Université de Montréal, Quebec, Canada.

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In fact, the reception one receives from others in social interaction appears to be influenced as much by his style.