5 edition of Dialect and social groupings in Northeast Arnheim [i.e. Arnhem] Land found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 112-114).
|Other titles||Dialect and social groupings in Northeast Arnhem Land|
|Statement||Bernhard Schebeck ; ed. by RMW Dixon.|
|Series||LINCOM studies in Australian languages ;, 07, LINCOM studies in Australian languages ;, 07.|
|Contributions||Dixon, Robert M. W.|
|LC Classifications||PL7091.A7 S34 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||2002501063|
Language documentation work in Arnhem Land has shown that variation may be dimensionalised along a number of lines, from patriclan-specific interjections and morphology among the Yolngu languages. In the USA, regional dialects include Appalachian, New Jersey and Southern English, and in Britain, Cockney, Liverpool English and 'Geordie' (Newcastle English) "In contrast to a regional dialect, a social dialect is a variety of a language spoken by a particular group based on social characteristics other than geography.".
disfavored groups are dialects. • REALITY: The notion of dialect exists apart from the social status of the language variety; there are socially favored as well as socially disfavored dialects. 15 Dialect Myths and Reality • MYTH: Dialects result from unsuccessful attempts to speak the "correct" form of a language. • REALITY: Dialect speakers. The Arnhem Land languages are a language family proposed by Evans () of Australian languages spoken across northern Arnhem Land. The Daly languages are an areal group of four to five language families of Indigenous Australian languages. New!!: The Ovens River, a perennial river of the north-east Murray catchment, part of the Murray.
*various interactive patterns characteristic of social groups; *the school impacts of dialect differences in speaking, writing, and reading, including questions about teaching Standard English; and *the value of dialect education in schools to enable students to understand dialects as natural and normal language phenomena. Identity and Dialect Performance discusses the relationship between identity and dialects. It starts from the assumption that the use of dialect is not just a product of social and demographic factors, but can also be an intentional performance of identity.
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Dialect and social groupings in Northeast Arnheim [i.e. Arnhem] Land. München: LINCOM Europa, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. & Dixon, R. Dialect and social groupings in northeast Arnheim [i.e. Arnhem] Land / Bernhard Schebeck ; ed.
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Oates, Lynette F. The supplement to a revised linguistic survey of Australia. Armidale: Armidale Christian Book Centre.
Schebeck, Bernhard. Dialect and social groupings in northeast Arnheim [i.e. Arnhem] Land vol. 7: LINCOM studies in Australian languages, no.
München: Lincom Europa. Schebeck, Bernhard. Dialect and social groupings in northeast Arnheim [i.e. Arnhem] Land vol. 7: LINCOM studies in Australian languages, no. München: Lincom Europa. Keen, Ian. One ceremony, one song: an economy of religious knowledge among the Yolngu of north-east Arnhem Land, Australian National University: PhD.
(MS ). Schebeck () reports that Morru (NT) is a name for Bararrpararr NOates and Oates () list Murru as a Wulamba (a name given to the cultural area of N.E. Arnhem Land, called Murngin by Warner) dialect listed only AIAS files but, in her later work, Oates () deletes it saying it is a man's name.
Arnhem Land is a historical region of the Northern Territory of is located in the north-eastern corner of the territory and is around km ( mi) from the territory capital,Dutch East India Company captain Willem Joosten van Colster (or Coolsteerdt) sailed into the Gulf of Carpentaria and Cape Arnhem is named after his ship, the Arnhem, which itself was named.
Oates and Oates () list Ding Ding as a Wulamba (a name given to the cultural area of N.E. Arnhem Land, called Murngin by Warner) dialect only listed by AIAS, but in her later work Oates () deletes it saying it is recognised only as a children's play word, while Keen ( p.c.) thinks it.
Murrungun clans can be found in several language groups. Waters says it is not rare for a clan to adopt the dominant language or dialect of the geographical region ().
Oates ( ) treats Marungun as an alternative name of Bural Bural (N) (this is a dialect of Nhangu N), on the basis of information provided by Key Quisenberry.
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Arnhem Land is a remote Indigenous-owned territory on the northern coast of Australia's Northern Territory. Its rich natural environment has for millennia supported a network of diverse cultural groups and, concurrently, a complex multilingual and multilectal language ecology.
Metaphor and metalanguage: ‘groups’ in Northeast Arnhem Land Article (PDF Available) in American Ethnologist 22(3) - October with 90 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Abstract. This chapter explores how speakers in Maningrida, a linguistically diverse Indigenous community in northern Australia, negotiate and evaluate their language practices within ‘hybrid spaces’ (i.e. spaces shaped by the interaction of diverse groups, institutions and ways of speaking).
2- Social variation: It identifies the speakers’ status in society. 3- Register: It is the variety used by a group of people with common interests or jobs. 4- Style of language: It is to change the variety across the formality scale i.e.
from formal to informal and vice versa. Social dialect, what we might loosely call slang, frequently operates at this more conscious level of speech. To fit in or to join the tribe, the speaker has to master the language - usually words, sometimes grammar, pronunciation, rhythms - of the in-group.
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Regional dialect and social dialect 1. RegionalDialect and Social Dialect By 1. Rizki Eka Putri Alda 2. Introduction The way you speak is usually a good indicator of your social background and there are many speech features which can be used as clues.
Dialect - Dialect - Social dialects: Another important axis of differentiation is that of social strata. In many localities, dialectal differences are connected with social classes, educational levels, or both. More-highly educated speakers and, often, those belonging to a higher social class tend to use more features belonging to the standard language, whereas the original dialect of the.
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