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Language ideology and language change in early modern German [electronic resource] : a sociolinguistic study of the consonantal system of Nuremberg / Rosina Lippi-Green.

By: Lippi-Green, Rosina.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic scienceSeries IVCurrent issues in linguistic theory: v. 119.Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. Benjamins Pub. Co., c1994Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 150 p.) : ill., map.ISBN: 9789027276704 (electronic bk.); 9027276706 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): German language -- Dialects -- Germany -- Nuremberg | German language -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- Consonants | German language -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- Variation | German language -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- Social aspects -- Germany -- Nuremberg | Linguistic change | Alem�an -- Principios de la �epoca moderna, 1500 1700 -- Consonantes | Alem�an -- Principios de la �epoca moderna, 1500 1700 -- Variaci�on | Alem�an -- Principios de la �epoca moderna, 1500 1700 -- Aspectos sociales -- Alemania -- Nuremberg | Cambio ling�u�istico | Duits | Sociolingu�istiek | Medeklinkers | Spelling | Allemand (Langue) -- Dialectes -- Allemagne -- N�urnberg | Allemand (Langue) -- 1500-1700 -- Consonnes | Allemand (Langue) -- 1500-1700 -- Variation | Allemand (Langue) -- 1500-1700 -- Aspect social -- Allemagne -- Nuremberg | Changement linguistique | Allemand (langue) -- Dialectes -- Allemagne -- Nuremberg (Allemagne) | Allemand (langue) -- 1350-1650 (nouvel haut-allemand) -- Consonnes | Allemand (langue) -- 1350-1650 (nouvel haut-allemand) -- Variation linguistique | Allemand (langue) -- 1350-1650 (nouvel haut-allemand) -- aspects sociaux -- Allemagne -- Nuremberg (Allemagne) | Changement linguistique | FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY / YiddishGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Language ideology and language change in early modern German.DDC classification: 437/.324 Other classification: 18.08 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
LANGUAGE IDEOLOGY AND LANGUAGE CHANGE IN EARLY MODERN GERMAN; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; PREFACE; Table of contents; LIST OF TABLES; LIST OF FIGURES; CHAPTER 1. LANGUAGE STANDARDIZATIONIN IDEOLOGICAL CONTEXT; CHAPTER 2. NUREMBERG AND ITS LANGUAGE; CHAPTER 3. THE DISTRIBUTION OF VARIABLE CONSONANT SETS; CHAPTER 4. SOCIAL IDENTITY, STYLISTIC FACTORSAND ORTHOGRAPHIC CONGRUITY; CHAPTER 5. STATISTICAL MODELS OF NUREMBERG'SCONSONANTAL VARIATION; CONCLUSIONS; APPENDIX A DEMOGRAPHIC DATA; APPENDIX B CODING GUIDELINES; APPENDIX C PRIMARY SOURCE LIST; APPENDIX D DATA
Summary: This quantitative study, based on a computerized corpus of texts written by five men in early 16th-century Nuremberg, employs multivariate GLM statistical procedures to analyze the way linguistic, social and stylistic factors work individually and in interaction to influence variation observed in the texts. Over 70,000 tokens of variable consonants sets were analyzed, using network analysis as an alternate approach to quantification of relevant social identities, which allowed focus on individual behavior without discarding the analysis of group behaviors.The study provides evidence that conso.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [139]-147) and index.

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LANGUAGE IDEOLOGY AND LANGUAGE CHANGE IN EARLY MODERN GERMAN; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; PREFACE; Table of contents; LIST OF TABLES; LIST OF FIGURES; CHAPTER 1. LANGUAGE STANDARDIZATIONIN IDEOLOGICAL CONTEXT; CHAPTER 2. NUREMBERG AND ITS LANGUAGE; CHAPTER 3. THE DISTRIBUTION OF VARIABLE CONSONANT SETS; CHAPTER 4. SOCIAL IDENTITY, STYLISTIC FACTORSAND ORTHOGRAPHIC CONGRUITY; CHAPTER 5. STATISTICAL MODELS OF NUREMBERG'SCONSONANTAL VARIATION; CONCLUSIONS; APPENDIX A DEMOGRAPHIC DATA; APPENDIX B CODING GUIDELINES; APPENDIX C PRIMARY SOURCE LIST; APPENDIX D DATA

This quantitative study, based on a computerized corpus of texts written by five men in early 16th-century Nuremberg, employs multivariate GLM statistical procedures to analyze the way linguistic, social and stylistic factors work individually and in interaction to influence variation observed in the texts. Over 70,000 tokens of variable consonants sets were analyzed, using network analysis as an alternate approach to quantification of relevant social identities, which allowed focus on individual behavior without discarding the analysis of group behaviors.The study provides evidence that conso.

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Language ideology and language change in early modern German by Lippi-Green, Rosina. ©1994
Language ideology and language change in early modern German by Lippi-Green, Rosina. ©1994
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