Generations, lifespans, and the zeitgeist

@article{Fruehwald2017GenerationsLA,
  title={Generations, lifespans, and the zeitgeist},
  author={Josef Fruehwald},
  journal={Language Variation and Change},
  year={2017},
  volume={29},
  pages={1 - 27}
}
Abstract This paper is equal parts methodological recommendation and an empirical investigation of the time dimensions of linguistic change. It is increasingly common in the sociolinguistic literature for researchers to utilize speech data that was collected over the course of many decades. These kinds of datasets contain three different time dimensions that researchers can utilize to investigate language change: (i) the speakers’ dates of birth, (ii) the speakers’ ages at the time of the… Expand
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