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Data Collection in Sociolinguistics
Methods and Applications, Second Edition663
The second edition of Data Collection in Sociolinguistics: Methods and Applications continues to provide up-to-date, succinct, relevant, and informative discussion about methods of data collection in sociolinguistic research. Written by a range of top sociolinguists, both veteran and emerging scholars, it covers the main areas of research design, conducting research, and sharing data findings. In addition to revisions of original material, this edition includes nine new vignettes covering such topics as collecting data from social media, conducting linguistic landscape research, forensic linguistic data collection, and working with transgender communities. A companion website, http://sociolinguisticdatacollection.com, provides enhanced pedagogical features such as discussion questions, activities, end-of-chapter exercises, and contributor videos. This volume is the one-stop, go-to guide for the numerous quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods used in sociolinguistic research; it is the ideal resource for undergraduate and graduate courses in sociolinguistic research, field methods and data collection.
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"Since its first edition, Data Collection in Sociolinguistics has provided an up-to-the-minute overview of the issues facing the sociolinguistic researcher. The lineup of authors, the range of topics and contexts, and the nuanced handling of complex issues make this volume crucial for seasoned researchers as well as students just entering the field." Mary Bucholtz, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA "The last few years have seen various introductory books on sociolinguistic methodologies. This one is certainly one of the best buys on the market - sophisticated, up-to-date, and innovative while at the same time authoritative and highly accessible; simply everything researchers, old and young, need to know!" Daniel Schreier, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Christine Mallinson is Professor of Language, Literacy, and Culture and Affiliate Professor of Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA. Becky Childs is Professor of English at Coastal Carolina University, USA. Gerard Van Herk is Associate Professor of Linguistics at Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada.
Foreword: Observing the Observers J. K. Chambers Acknowledgments PART I: Research Design 1 Research Design Christine Mallinson 2 Ways of Observing: Studying the Interplay of Social and Linguistic Variation Barbara M. Horvath Vignette 2a. Multidisciplinary Sociolinguistic Studies Marcia Farr Vignette 2b. How to Uncover Linguistic Variables Walt Wolfram Vignette 2c. Studying Difficult to Study Variables J. Daniel Hasty Vignette 2d. How to Uncover Social Variables: A Focus on Clans James N. Stanford Vignette 2e. How to Uncover Social Variables: A Focus on Social Class Rania Habib 3 Social Ethics for Sociolinguistics Sara Trechter Vignette 3a. Responsibility to Research Participants in Representation Niko Besnier Vignette 3b. Working with Transgender Communities Lal Zimman Vignette 3c. Conducting Research with Vulnerable Populations Stephen L. Mann Vignette 3d. Ethical Dilemmas in the Use of Public Documents Susan Ehrlich Vignette 3e. Real Ethical Issues in Virtual World Research Randall Sadler PART II: Generating New Data 4 Generating New Data Becky Childs 5 Ethnographic Fieldwork Erez Levon Vignette 5a. The Joy of Sociolinguistic Fieldwork John R. Rickford Vignette 5b. Fieldwork in Immigrant Communities James A. Walker and Michol F. Hoffman Vignette 5c. Fieldwork in Migrant and Diasporic Communities Rajend Mesthrie Vignette 5d. Fieldwork in Remnant Dialect Communities Patricia Causey Nichols Vignette 5e. Linguistic Landscape and Ethnographic Fieldwork Jackie Jia Lou 6 The Sociolinguistic Interview Kara Becker Vignette 6a. Cross-cultural Issues in Studying Endangered Indigenous Languages D. Victoria Rau Vignette 6b. Conducting Sociolinguistic Interviews in Deaf Communities Ceil Lucas Vignette 6c. Special Issues in Collecting Interview Data for Sign Language Projects Joseph Hill Vignette 6d. Other Interviewing Techniques in Sociolinguistics Boyd Davis 7 The Technology of Conducting Sociolinguistic Interviews Paul De Decker and Jennifer Nycz Vignette 7a. Technological Challenges in Sociolinguistic Data Collection Lauren Hall-Lew and Bartlomiej Plichta 8 Surveys: The Use of Written Questionnaires in Sociolinguistics Charles Boberg Vignette 8a. Language Attitude Surveys: Speaker Evaluation Studies Kathryn Campbell-Kibler Vignette 8b. Cultural Challenges in Online Survey Data Collection Naomi S. Baron Vignette 8c. Dialect Surveys and Student-Led Data Collection Laurel Mackenzie 9 Experiments Cynthia G. Clopper PART III: Working with and Preserving Existing Data 10 Working with and Preserving Existing Data Gerard Van Herk 11 Written Data Sources Edgar W. Schneider Vignette 11a. Accessing the Vernacular in Written Documents France Martineau Vignette 11b. Adapting Existing Data Sources: Language and the Law Philipp Sebastian Angermeyer Vignette 11c. Issues in Forensic Linguistic Data Collection Ronald R. Butters Vignette 11d. Advances in Sociolinguistic Transcription Methods Alexandra D'arcy Vignette 11e. Transcribing Video Data Cecile B. Vigouroux 12 Data Preservation and Access Tyler Kendall Vignette 12a. Making Sociolinguistic Data Accessible William A. Kretzschmar, Jr. Vignette 12b. Establishing Corpora from Existing Data Sources Mark Davies Vignette 12c. Working with "Unconventional" Existing Data Sources Joan C. Beal and Karen P. Corrigan 13 Working with Performed Language: Movies, Television, and Music Robin Queen Vignette 13a. Working with Scripted Data: A Focus on African American English Tracey L. Weldon Vignette 13b. Working with Scripted Data: Variations among Scripts, Texts, and Performances Michael Adams 14 Online Data Collection Jannis Androutsopoulos Vignette 14a. Sociolinguistic Approaches to Storytelling in Facebook Status Updates Ruth Page Vignette 14b. Collecting Data from Twitter Steven Coats PART IV: Sharing Data and Findings 15 Sharing Data and Fin