Cognitive Sociolinguistics: Social and cultural variation in cognition and language use

Special issue of Review of Cognitive Linguistics 10:2 (2012)

Editors
Martin Pütz | University of Koblenz-Landau
ORCID logoJustyna A. Robinson | University of Sussex
Monika Reif | University of Koblenz-Landau
[Review of Cognitive Linguistics, 10:2] 2012.  v, 213 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
The emergence of Cognitive Sociolinguistics: An introduction
Martin Pütz, Justyna A. Robinson and Monika Reif
241–263
Articles
What is to be learned: The community as the focus of social cognition
William Labov
265–293
Variation, structure and norms
Peter Harder
294–314
Flexibility and change in distributed cognitive systems: A view from Cognitive Anthropology1
David B. Kronenfeld
315–345
Pragmatic variation and cultural models
Klaus P. Schneider
346–372
Cognitive Sociolinguistics in L2-variety dictionaries of English
Hans-Georg Wolf and Frank Polzenhagen
373–400
Spread of on-going changes in an immigrant language
A. Seza Doğruöz and Stefan Th. Gries
401–426
Defining the cognitive mechanisms underlying reactions to foreign accented speech: An experimental approach
Andrew J. Pantos
427–453
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