Language (De)standardisation in late Modern Europe: Experimental Studies. 2013

Tore Kristiansen and Stefan Grondelaers (Eds.). 2013. Language (De)standardisation in late Modern Europe: Experimental Studies, Oslo: Novus Press.

Contents

Introduction

Stefan Grondelaers and Tore Kristiansen
On the need to access deep evaluations when searching for the motor of standard language change p. 9-52.

Part 1: (De)standardisation studies using Speaker Evaluation Experiments

Christoph Hare Svenstrup
Language attitudes in south-west Germany p. 55-70.

Noel Ó Murchadha
Authority and innovation in language variation:
Teenagers’ perceptions of variation in spoken Irish p. 71-95.

Loreta Vaicekauskienė and Daiva Aliūkaitė
Overt and covert evaluation of language varieties in the Lithuanian speech community p. 97-123.

Helge Sandøy
Driving forces in language change − in the Norwegian perspective p. 125-151.

Anne-Sophie Ghyselen and Gunther De Vogelaer
The impact of dialect loss on the acceptance of Tussentaal: the special case of West-Flanders in Belgium p. 153-169.

Stefan Grondelaers and Dirk Speelman
Can speaker evaluation return private attitudes towards stigmatised varieties? Evidence from emergent standardisation in Belgian Dutch p. 171-193.

Steven Delarue
Teachers’ Dutch in Flanders: The last guardians of the standard? p. 193-226.

Nataša Tolimir-Hölzl
Language attitudes in the Republika Srpska: Eliciting some truth from behind the propaganda p. 227-247.

Part 2: Methodological concerns and alternative approaches

Barbara Soukup
The measurement of ‘language attitudes’ – a reappraisal from a constructionist perspective p. 251-266.

Barbara Soukup
On matching speaker (dis)guises – revisiting a methodological tradition p. 267-285.

Dennis R. Preston and Nancy Niedzielski
Approaches to the study of Language Regard p. 287-306.

Kathryn Campbell-Kibler
Connecting attitudes and language behavior via implicit sociolinguistic cognition p. 307-329.

Ari Páll Kristinsson and Amanda Hilmarsson-Dunn
Evaluation of different registers in Icelandic written media p. 331-354.

Tore Kristiansen, Nicolai Pharao and Marie Maegaard
Controlled manipulation of intonational difference: An experimental study of intonation patterns as the basis for language-ideological constructs of geographical provenance and linguistic standardness in young Danes p. 355-374.

Anne Fabricius and Janus Mortensen
Language ideology and the notion of construct resources: a case study of modern RP p. 375-401.