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  • B Childs
  • 1995
To summarize these ideas that all center around time and variations, we might think of the genes as constituting a biological memory that serves at once to connect individuals with other people and with the past. The genes also provide a plan to construct and maintain an individual homeostatic memory that mediates experiences in the context of an(More)
Investigating local linguistic norms to discover larger patterns of language behaviour has been standard practice in sociolinguistic study. Looking closely at socially salient variables reveals patterns that problematize accepted trajectories of variation as traditional and newly emerging sociolinguistic identities interact. This paper integrates findings(More)
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