The Oxford Handbook of African American Language (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
944
Utgivningsdatum
2015-07-09
Förlag
OUP USA
Illustrationer
illustrations
Dimensioner
254 x 180 x 53 mm
Vikt
1725 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780199795390
The Oxford Handbook of African American Language (inbunden)

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The goal of The Oxford Handbook of African American Language is to provide readers with a wide range of analyses of both traditional and contemporary work on language use in African American communities in a broad collective.
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  • Oxford Handbook of African American Language

    Sonja Lanehart

    The goal of The Oxford Handbook of African American Language is to provide readers with a wide range of analyses of both traditional and contemporary work on language use in African American communities in a broad collective. The Handbook offers a...

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E. L. Battistella, CHOICE an indispensable resource for scholars and students in linguistics, sociology, education, and cultural studies ... This is an excellent, comprehensive overview of an important area of study.


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Sonja Lanehart is Professor and Brackenridge Endowed Chair in Literature and the Humanities at the University of Texas at San Antonio.

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Language Use in African American Communities: An Introduction ; Sonja L. Lanehart, Jennifer Bloomquist, and Ayesha M. Malik ; PART I. ORIGINS AND HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ; The English Origins Hypothesis ; Gerard Van Herk ; The Creole Origins Hypothesis ; John R. Rickford ; The Emergence of African American English: Monogenetic or Polygenetic? With or Without "Decreolization"? Under How Much Substrate Influence? ; Salikoko S. Mufwene ; On the Origins of African American Vernacular English: Beginnings ; Donald Winford ; African American English Over Yonder: The Language of the Liberian Settler Community ; John Victor Singler ; Documenting the History of African American Vernacular English: A Survey and Assessment of Sources and Results ; Edgar W. Schneider ; Regionality in the Development of African American English ; Walt Wolfram and Mary E. Kohn ; PART II. LECTS AND VARIATION ; The Place of Gullah in the African American Linguistic Continuum ; Tracey L. Weldon and Simanique Moody ; Rural African American Vernacular English ; Patricia Cukor-Avila and Guy Bailey ; African American English in the Mississippi Delta: A Case Study of Copula Absence and /r/-Lessness in the Speech of Black Women in Coahoma County ; Rose Wilkerson ; African American Voices in Atlanta ; William A. Kretzschmar ; African American Language in Pittsburgh and the Lower Susqueshanna Valley ; Jennifer Bloomquist and Shelome Gooden ; African American Phonology in a Philadelphia Community ; William Labov and Sabriya Fisher ; African American Language in New York City ; Renee A. Blake, Cara Shousterman, and Luiza Newlin-Lukowicz ; African American Vernacular English In California: Four Plus Decades Of Vibrant Variationist Research ; John R. Rickford ; The Black American Sign Language Project: An Overview ; Joseph Hill, Carolyn McCaskill, Robert Bayley, and Ceil Lucas ; The Sociolinguistic Construction of African American Language ; Walt Wolfram ; PART III. STRUCTURE AND DESCRIPTION ; Syntax and Semantics ; Lisa J. Green and Walter Sistrunk ; The Systematic Marking of Tense, Modality and Aspect in African American Language ; Charles E. DeBose ; On the Syntax-Prosody Interface in African American Language James A. Walker ; Segmental Phonology of African American English ; Erik R. Thomas and Guy Bailey ; Prosodic Features of African American English ; Erik R. Thomas ; PART IV. CHILD LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND DEVELOPMENT ; Language Acquisition in the African American Child: Prior to Age Four ; Brandi L. Newkirk-Turner, RaMonda Horton, and Ida J. Stockman ; The Development of African American English through Childhood and Adolescence ; Janneke Van Hofwegen ; Development of Variation ; Lisa J. Green and Jessica White-Sustaita ; Narrative Structures of African American Children: Commonalities and Differences ; Tempii B. Champion and Allyssa McCabe ; Some Similarities and Differences between African American English and Southern White English in Children Janna B. Oetting ; Contemporary Approaches and Perspectives for Assessing Young and School-Age AAE Child Speakers ; Toya A. Wyatt ; PART V. EDUCATION ; African American Language and Education: History and Controversy in the Twentieth Century ; Geneva Smitherman ; Managing Two Varieties: Code-switching in the Educational Context ; Monique T. Mills and Julie A. Washington ; Balancing Pedagogy with Theory: The Infusion of African American Language Research Into Everyday Pre K-12 Teaching Practices ; Sharroky Hollie, Tamara Butler, and Jamila Gillenwaters ; History of Research on Multiliteracies and Hip Hop Pedagogy: A Critical Review ; K.C. Nat Turner and Tyson L. Rose ; African-American Vernacular English and Reading ; William Labov and Bettina Baker ; Dialect Switching and Mathematical Reasoning Tests: Implications for Early Educational Achievement ; J. Michael Terry, Randall Hendrick, Evangelos Evangelou, and Richard L. Smith ; Beyond Bidialecticalism: Language Planning and Policies for African