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Vol 11, No 2-3-4 (2017)

Special Issue: Sociolinguistic research in Italy

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Sociolinguistic research in Italy
Guest Editor: Giovanna Alfonzetti (Università di Catania, Italy)

Table of Contents

Articles

Introduction. Sociolinguistic research in Italy: A general outline PDF
Giovanna Alfonzetti 237-270
System-oriented and speaker-oriented approaches in Italian sociolinguistics PDF
Gaetano Berruto 271-290
Native speaker–non-native speaker interaction: More than one type of accommodation PDF
Anna Boario 291-312
Morphosyntactic variation: Individual grammar and group grammar in the ‘de-dialectalization’ of Italian PDF
Massimo Cerruti 313-340
Community and space in Italian sociolinguistics. The experience of the Linguistic Atlas of Sicily (Atlante Linguistico della Sicilia – ALS) PDF
Mari D’Agostino , Giuseppe Paternostro , Vincenzo Pinello 341-364
Italian quantitative sociolinguistics: Research directions PDF
Gabriele Iannàccaro , Simone Ciccolone 365-387
Mesures de l’apprentissage et variables contextuelles [Measures of learning and contextual variables] PDF
Alberto A. Sobrero 389-411
The outcomes of the geminate lateral in the South of Italy and their conservation in certain types of linguistic community PDF
Rosanna Sornicola 413-433
Italian-dialect code-switching in Sicilian youngsters PDF
Giovanna Alfonzetti 435-459

Reviews

Linguistic diversity and social justice: An introduction to Applied Sociolinguistics, Ingrid Piller, (2016), Oxford: Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0-19-993726-4. pp. 283 (pbk) PDF
Irene Theodoropoulou 461-465
Plurilingual education: Policies – practices – language development, Patrick Grommes and Adelheid Hu (eds), (2014), Hamburg Studies on Linguistic Diversity 3 Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, ISBN 978 90 272 1416 4. pp. 260 PDF
Paula Prescod 467-473
Community translation, Mustapha Taibi and Uldis Ozolins, (2016), London and New York: Bloomsbury, ISBN: 978-1-4742-2165-8. pp. 187 PDF
Mireia Vargas-Urpi 475-477
Language planning in China, Yuming Li, (2015), Berlin and Beijing: Mouton de Gruyter and Commercial Press, ISBN 978-1-61451-558-6. pp. 490 PDF
Minglang Zhou 479-482
How gender shapes the world, Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald, (2016), Oxford: Oxford University Press, ISBN 9780198723752. pp. 271 PDF
Erika Sandman 483-485
How traditions live and die, Olivier Morin, (2016), Oxford: Oxford University Press, ISBN 9780190210502. pp. xvi + 300 PDF
Ravi Parihar 487-492

Acknowledgements

Editor-in-Chief’s acknowledgements PDF
Xoán Paulo Rodríguez-Yáñez 493



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