The acquisition of sociolinguistic variation: Looking back and thinking ahead

@inproceedings{Nardy2013TheAO,
  title={The acquisition of sociolinguistic variation: Looking back and thinking ahead},
  author={A. Nardy and Jean-Pierre Chevrot and S. Barbu},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Although developmental sociolinguistics is a relatively under-researched field, several studies have described children's use of sociolinguistic variables and some have suggested theoretical accounts for the learning mechanisms underpinning their acquisition. Taking a historical point of view, this paper aims firstly to provide an exhaustive review of the studies focused on phonological variables over the past four decades. In the second section, we then deal with three theoretical… Expand
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