By Christine Mallinson
This edited quantity offers up to date, succinct, correct, and informative dialogue approximately equipment of knowledge assortment in sociolinguistic examine. It covers the most parts of study layout, undertaking examine, and sharing information findings with longer chapters and shorter vignettes written by means of a variety of best sociolinguists, either veteran and rising students. this is the one-stop, go-to consultant for the varied quantitative, qualitative, and combined tools which are utilized in sociolinguistic examine, making sure that Data assortment in Sociolinguistics will be not just valuable within the lecture room but additionally as a reference device for energetic researchers. for additional info, downloadable content material, and instructing instruments, stopover at sociolinguisticdatacollection.com
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Data Collection in Sociolinguistics: Methods and Applications by Christine Mallinson