A Role for Narrative in the Production of Social and Linguistic Differentiation

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In everyday behavior speakers make connections between language use and social identities. Gal & Irvine (1995) assert that we “often notice, rationalize, and justify” these connections between linguistic form and social identities in a process that creates “linguistic ideologies that purport to explain the source and meaning of the linguistic differences… (More)

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@inproceedings{Siegel2008ARF, title={A Role for Narrative in the Production of Social and Linguistic Differentiation}, author={Jason F. Siegel and Traci C. Nagle and Amandine Lorente-Lapole and Julie Auger and Amy L Sheldon and Mark Wicklund and Karlyn Kohrs Campbell and Bryan James Gordon and Barbara Johnstone}, year={2008} }