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PBS - Do You Speak American?
Companion material to a TV documentary examining the dynamic state of American (USA) English.
www.pbs.org/speak/
Sociolingo’s African Linguistics
Mali weblog discusses African language policies and provides links to news and information on African sociolinguistics.
sociolingo.wordpress.com/
Sociolinguistics and Computer Mediated Conversation
Online research group and community blog site explores the intersection of Sociolinguistics and Computer-Mediated Communication.
sociocmc.blogspot.com/
Sociolinguistics as a Concept of 'Language'
Undergraduate essay compares the sociolinguistic view of language as a continuum of varieties to the formal linguistic view of a fixed structure of rules.
phiallfish.chez.com/und_essays/Sociolings.html
Sociolinguistics at the Summer Institute of Linguistics
Sociolinguistic research aids in the planning of SIL language development programs. View language survey results and publications of the SIL.
www.sil.org/sociolx/
Sociolinguistics Graduate Program at UPenn
Leading graduate program in sociolinguistics includes links to associated faculty and scholars.
www.ling.upenn.edu/research/socio.html
Sociolinguistics Laboratory - University of Ottawa
Research program concentrates on language change in different contact situations in Canada and elsewhere.
www.sociolinguistics.uottawa.ca/
Stanford University Sociolinguistics
Stanford Sociolinguistics focuses on social influences of language variation. The corpus-based research program investigates regional and ethnic varieties of American English as well as pidgins and creoles.
www.stanford.edu/dept/linguistics/socio/
The Global Language Monitor
Essays and articles on various linguistic topics , and an algorithmic analysis of political language use in the United States.
www.languagemonitor.com/
University of Edinburgh Sociolinguistics Research Group
University of Edinburgh sociolinguistics discussion group examines how the context of language shapes its forms and uses. Find topic lists , participant biographies and meeting schedules.
www.ling.ed.ac.uk/research/glic/index.shtml

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