Sociolinguistic variation : data, theory, and analysis : selected papers from NWAV 23 at Stanford
This study examines stylistic variation in relation to phonological variables in Puerto Rican Spanish. The methodology for this study has been designed so as to obtain possible stylistic variation in ways of speaking which may occur naturally in daily conversation No written styles will be taken into consideration for this study. Style will be analyzed in terms of topic of conversation, individual (one-on-one) conversation versus a group situation (more than two people in the conversation), and the type of discourse genre.
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Medina-Rivera, Antonio. "Discourse Genre, Type of Situation and Topic of Conversation in Relation to Phonological Variables in Puerto Rican Spanish." Sociolinguistic variation : data, theory, and analysis : selected papers from NWAV 23 at Stanford. Ed. Jennifer E. Arnold, et al. Stanford, Calif. : Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University, 1996. Print.