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Accommodation theory: Communication, context, and consequence.
Introduction When academic theorizing addresses everyday communication phenomena, there are losses as well as gains. Research may, selectively or otherwise, partially represent the full subtlety of
Communication Accommodation Theory
Communication Accommodation Theory (CAT) is a general theoretical framework of both interpersonal and intergroup communication. It seeks to explain and predict why, when, and how people adjust their
Evaluative Reactions to Accents.
ABSTRACT Lambert's use of the “matched‐guise” technique to study stereotyped impressions of personality characteristics from contrasting spoken dialects and languages has been extended to investigate
Contexts of Accommodation: Developments in Applied Sociolinguistics
List of contributors 1. Accommodation theory: communication, context and consequence Howard Giles, Nikolas Coupland and Justine Coupland 2. Audience accommodation in the mass media Allan Bell 3.
Notes on the Construction of a 'Subjective Vitality Questionnaire' for Ethnolinguistic Groups.
Group ‘vitality’ was recently proposed as a framework for objectively categorizing ethnolinguistic groups in terms of their ability to behave as distinctive collective entities in intergroup settings
Ethnolinguistic identity theory: a social psychological approach to language maintenance
The study of language maintenance and erosion has traditionally been approached from a sociological perspective, and this is understandable given that data are invariably collected at a macrolevel in