Mary Bucholtz

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All Rights Reserved. Under the terms of the licence agreement, an individual user may print out a PDF of a single chapter of a monograph in OSO for personal use (for details see Abstract and Keywords This chapter seeks to contribute to an indexical theory of style by demonstrating how the relationship between stance, style, and identity is formed both from(More)
and an anonymous referee for insightful feedback on this work. We also thank our speakers and participants for their invaluable contributions to this research. Any remaining errors and omissions are our own. What motivates a fluent bilingual speaker to switch languages within a single utterance? We propose a novel discourse-functional motivation: less(More)
The commitment of sociocultural linguistics to the cause of social justice has been central to the discipline since its foundation. This commitment is nowhere more evident than in the educational domain and particularly in the development of sociolinguistically informed curricula and teacher preparation programs. Such programs help ensure that students who(More)
A growing body of discourse-analytic studies demonstrates that within the legal system, spoken language that undergoes entextualization is transformed in a variety of sociopolitically consequential ways. Through the analysis of a legal case involving the institutional entextualization of incriminating language—an FBI summary log of wiretapped telephone(More)
Methodological and theoretical developments in several subfields of linguistics have led many linguists to draw increasingly on the data of spoken language as a primary source for a wide range of scholarly investigations. From the emerging focus on language documentation, field linguistics, and endangered languages, to the growing emphasis on corpus-based(More)
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