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Brings together ten years of collaborative research on sociolinguistics in one single volume


This book demonstrates the power and distinctiveness of the contribution that sociolinguistics can make to our understanding of everyday communicative practice under changing social conditions. It builds on the approaches developed by Gumperz and Hymes in the 1970s and 80s, and it not only affirms their continuing relevance in analyses of the micropolitics of everyday talk in urban settings, but also argues for their value in emergent efforts to chart the heavily securitised environments now developing around us. Drawing on 10 years of collaborative work and ranging across disciplinary, interdisciplinary and applied perspectives, the book begins with guiding principles and methodology, shifts to empirically driven arguments in urban sociolinguistics, and concludes with studies of (in)securitised communication addressed to challenges ahead.


Acknowledgements

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Chapter 1. Introduction: Linguistic Practice in Changing Conditions


Part 1: Sociolinguistic Frameworks Tuned to Social Change


Chapter 2. Interactional Sociolinguistics


Chapter 3. Linguistic Ethnography


Chapter 4. Sociolinguistic Citizenship


Part 2: Ethnicity, Race and Class in Micro-practices of Differentiation and Alignment


Chapter 5. Ethnicities without Guarantees



Chapter 6. Style Contrasts, Migration and Social Class


Chapter 7. From ‘Youth Language’ to Contemporary Urban Vernaculars


Chapter 8. Styling in a Language Learnt Later in Life


Part 3: Everyday (In)securitisation


Chapter 9. Sociolinguistics and Everyday (In)securitisation


Chapter 10. Crossing of a Different Kind


Chapter 11. Goffman and the Everyday Experience of Surveillance


Afterword: Jan Blommaert and the Uses of Sociolinguistics: Critical, Political, Personal


Bibliography

Index

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Linguistic Practice in Changing Conditions
ENCOUNTERS Series Editors:Ana Deumert,Unîversîty o Cape Town, South Arîca, Zane Goebel,Unîversîty o Queensland, AustralîaadAnna De Fina, Georgetown Unîversîty, USA The Ecouters serîes sets out to expore dîversîty î aguage rom a theoretîca ad a appîed perspectîve. So the ocus îs both o the îguîs-tîc ecouters, îequaîtîes ad strugges that characterîse post-moder socîetîes ad o the deveopmet, wîthî socîocutura îguîstîcs, o theo-retîca îstrumets to expaî them. The serîes wecomes work deaîg wîth such topîcs as heterogeeîty, mîxîg, creoîzatîo, b rîcoage, cross-over pheomea, poyîgua ad poycutura practîces. Aother hîgh-prîorîty area o study îs the îvestîgatîo o processes through whîch îguîstîc resources are egotîated, approprîated ad cotroed, ad the mechaîsms eadîg to the creatîo ad maîteace o socîocutura dî-ereces. The serîes wecomes ethographîcay orîeted work î whîch cotexts o commuîcatîo are îvestîgated rather tha assumed, as we as research that shows a cear commîtmet to cose aaysîs o oca mea-îg makîg processes ad the semîotîc orgaîsatîo o texts. A books î thîs serîes are exteray peer-revîewed. Fu detaîs o a the books î thîs serîes ad o a our other pubîcatîos ca be oud o http://www.mutîîgua-matters.com, or by wrîtîg to Mutîîgua Matters, St Nîchoas House, 31–34 Hîgh Street, Brîsto BS1 2AW, UK.
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Linguistic Practice in Changing Conditions
Ben Rampton with Constadina Charalambous, Panayiota Charalambous, Melanie Cooke, Louise Eley, Roxy Harris, Sam Holmes, Kamran Khan, Janet Maybin and Celia Roberts
MULTILINGUAL MATTERS Brîsto • Bue Rîdge Summît
DOI https://doi.org/10.21832/RAMPTO9998 Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data A catalog record for this book is available from the Library of Congress. Names: Rampton, Ben, author. Title: Linguistic Practice in Changing Conditions/Ben Rampton. Description: Bristol, UK; Blue Ridge Summit: Multilingual Matters, 2021. | Series: Encounters: 21 | Includes bibliographical references and index. | Summary: “This book draws on 10 years of collaborative sociolinguistic work on the changing conditions of language use. It begins with guiding principles, shifts to empirically driven arguments in urban sociolinguistics, and concludes with studies of (in)securitised communication addressed to challenges ahead”— Provided by publisher. Identifiers: LCCN 2021027804 (print) | LCCN 2021027805 (ebook) | ISBN 9781788929981 (paperback) | ISBN 9781788929998 (hardback) | ISBN 9781800410008 (pdf) | ISBN 9781800410015 (epub) Subjects: LCSH: Sociolinguistics. | Anthropological linguistics. Classification: LCC P40 .R355 2021 (print) | LCC P40 (ebook) | DDC 306.44—dc23 LC record available at https://lccn.loc.gov/2021027804 LC ebook record available at https://lccn.loc.gov/2021027805
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Contents
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Ackowedgemets Trascrîptîo Covetîos Itroductîo: Lîguîstîc Practîce î Chagîg Codîtîos
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Part 1: Sociolinguistic Frameworks Tuned to Social Change Iteractîoa Socîoîguîstîcs 11 2.1 Itroductîo 11 2.2 Orîgîs 12 2.3 Approach to Aaysîs 13 2.4 IS, Lîguîstîc Athropoogy ad Coversatîo Aaysîs 18 2.5 Practîca Itervetîos beyod the Academy 22 2.6 More Recet Cotrîbutîos ad Research Areas 23 2.7 New Dîrectîos 25 Lîguîstîc Ethography 30 (co-authored wîth Janet Maybîn and Celîa Roberts) 3.1 Itroductîo 30 3.2 Ethography, Lîguîstîcs ad Lîguîstîc Ethography 32 3.3 Descrîbîg the Eemets Iteractîg î Commuîcatîo 39 3.4 Lîguîstîc Ethography î Iterdîscîpîary Traîîg 47 3.5 Lîguîstîc Ethography ad No-academîc Proessîos 52 3.6 Cocusîo 57 Socîoîguîstîc Cîtîzeshîp 59 (co-authored wîth Melanîe Cooke and Sam Holmes) 4.1 Itroductîo 59 4.2 The Idea o ‘Lîguîstîc Cîtîzeshîp’ 60 4.3 Socîoîguîstîc Uderpîîgs î Lîguîstîc Cîtîzeshîp 62 4.4 Ideoogîes o Laguage ad Cîtîzeshîp î Egad 67 4.5 Two Recet Projects Promotîg Socîoîguîstîc Cîtîzeshîp 69
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4.6 Socîoîguîstîc Cîtîzeshîp î Egîsh State Educatîo rom the 1960s to the Late 1980s 4.7 Uîversîtîes as a Durabe Resource or Socîoîguîstîc Cîtîzeshîp
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Part 2: Ethnicity, Race and Class in Micro-practices o Diferentiation and Alignment Ethîcîtîes wîthout Guaratees 81 (co-authored wîth Roxy Harrîs) 5.1 Itroductîo 81 5.2 Takîg about Race/Ethîcîty: The Domîat Idîom 82 5.3 Ha ad Gîroy’s Ateratîves 84 5.4 A Iteractîo Ivovîg Text Messages, Mobîe Phoes ad Racîaîsîg Statemets 86 5.5 Lîguîstîc Ethography ad a Iîtîa Aaysîs o the Gîrs’ Iteractîo 92 5.6 Uderstadîg Better 98 Stye Cotrasts, Mîgratîo ad Socîa Cass 103 6.1 Itroductîo 103 6.2 The Posh/Cockey Stye Bîary at Cetra Hîgh 106 6.3 The Creoe/Asîa Egîsh Stye Cotrast î Ashmead 111 6.4 Comparîg ad Coectîg Posh/Cockey ad Creoe/Asîa Egîsh 117 6.5 Gobaîsatîo ad Socîa Cass: Stadard Mutîîguaîsm ad Veracuar Heterogossîa 120 From ‘Youth Laguage’ to Cotemporary Urba Veracuars 125 7.1 Itroductîo 125 7.2 Crossîg ad Styîsatîo î the South Mîdads î the 1980s 127 7.3 Was thîs Evaescet? Southa 25 Years o 130 7.4 Adoescets Oy? 134 7.5 Mîdde-aged Compîcatîos 136 7.6 How Sîgîficat îs thîs Stye? Pacîg ît î the Repertoîre 138 7.7 Cotemporary Urba Veracuars 143 Styîg î a Laguage Leart Later î Lîe 154 8.1 Itroductîo 154 8.2 What Madeep Tod us î Itervîew 157 8.3 Quatîtatîve Aaysîs o Stye-shîtîg across Cotexts 159 8.4 Styîg î Narratîve Dîscourse 162
8.5 Styîg the Tradîtîoa Lodo Veracuar 8.6 The Socîoîguîstîc Deveopmet o a Dîasporîc Loca Sesîbîîty
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Part 3: Everyday (In)securitisation 9 Socîoîguîstîcs ad Everyday (I)securîtîsatîo (co-authored wîth Constadîna Charalambous, Panayîota Charalambous and Kamran Khan) 9.1 Itroductîo 9.2 Crîtîca IR as a Resource or Socîoîguîstîcs 9.3 Aspects o (I)securîtîsatîo Caîg or Socîoîguîstîc Aaysîs 9.4 The (I)securîtîsatîo o Cîtîzeshîp ad Laguage Poîcy î the UK 9.5 Chaeges to Foreîg Laguage Educatîo Theory rom a Legacy o Coflîct 9.6 The Posîtîoîg o Socîoîguîsts 10 Crossîg o a Dîferet Kîd (co-authored wîth Constadîna Charalambous and Panayîota Charalambous) 10.1 Itroductîo 10.2 Theory ad Methodoogy 10.3 Recocîîatory Poîcy Iîtîatîves agaîst a Backgroud o Dîvîsîo 10.4 Studets’ Mîxed Perceptîos o Turkîsh 10.5 Reactîos ad Impedîmets at Schoo 10.6 Justîyîg the Learîg o Turkîsh 10.7 The Ordîarîess o Schoo Foreîg Laguage Learîg 10.8 Crossîg î Aother Key: Learîg Turkîsh as ‘Techîca Redoîg’ 10.9 Comparîso wîth Other Studîes o Crossîg 10.10 Post-coflîct Crossîg î Educatîo ad Peacebuîdîg 11 Gofma ad the Everyday Experîece o Surveîace (co-authored wîth Louîse Eley) 11.1 Itroductîo 11.2 The Iteractîo Order ad Uocused Iteractîo
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Wakîg î a Street ad the Normaîsatîo o Surveîace Postîg up Stîckers ad the Experîece o Feeîg Surveîed Cose-up Iteractîo wîth Surveîace Techoogy Surveîed Experîeces: A Rudîmetary Mode Impîcatîos
Aterword: Ja Bommaert ad the Uses o Socîoîguîstîcs: Crîtîca, Poîtîca, Persoa
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Acknowledgements
Athough there are adjustmets ad quîte substatîa revîsîos î some chapters, most o the materîa î thîs book has bee pubîshed betwee 2009 ad the preset, ad I am grateu to the pubîshers or permîssîo to reuse ît: • Chapter 2 was pubîshed as ‘Iteractîoa socîoîguîstîcs’ î K. Tustîg (ed.) (2020)The Routledge Handbook o Lînguîstîc Ethnography(pp. 13–27). Lodo: Routedge. • Chapter 3 was pubîshed as ‘Theory ad method î îguîstîc ethog-raphy’ î J. Se, S. Shaw ad F. Copad (eds) (2015)Lînguîstîc Ethnography: Interdîscîplînary Exploratîons (pp. 14–50). Pagrave Advaces. Houdmîs: Pagrave Macmîa. • Chapter 4 was pubîshed as ‘Socîoîguîstîc cîtîzeshîp’ îJournal o Socîal Scîence Educatîon(2018) 17 (4). • Chapter 5 was pubîshed as ‘Ethîcîtîes wîthout guaratees: A empîr-îca approach’ î M. Wethere (ed.) (2009)Identîty în the 21st Century: New Trends în Changîng Tîmes(pp. 95–119). Basîgstoke: Pagrave Macmîa. • Chapter 6 was pubîshed as ‘Stye cotrasts, mîgratîo ad socîa cass’ îJournal o Pragmatîcs(Esevîer) (2011) 43, 1236–1250. • Chapter 7 was pubîshed as ‘From “mutî-ethîc adoescet hetero-gossîa” to cotemporary urba veracuars’ îLanguage & Communîcatîon(Esevîer) (2011) 31, 276–294. • Chapter 8 was pubîshed as ‘Styîg î a aguage eared ater î îe’ îModern Language Journal(2013) 97 (2), 360–382. • Chapter 9 was pubîshed as ‘Securîty ad aguage poîcy’ î J. Toeso ad M. Perez-Mîas (eds) (2018)Oxord Handbook o Language Polîcy and Plannîng (pp. 633–653). Oxord: Oxord Uîversîty Press. • Chapter 10 was pubîshed as ‘Crossîg o a dîf eret kîd’ îLanguage în Socîety(Cambrîdge Uîversîty Press) (2019) 48 (5), 629–655.
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