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Black-white speech relationships / [compiled and] edited by Walt Wolfram and Nona H. Clarke.

; Clarke, Nona H
[Washington] : Center for Applied Linguistics, 1971.
ISBN 0872810291

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Other Authors Clarke, Nona H.
Subjects African Americans -- Languages.
Black English.
English language -- Variation -- United States.
English language -- Variation.
United States.
Series Urban language series ; 7.
Description xiii, 161 pages ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Also issued online.
Contents Problems confronting the investigator of Gullah, by L.D. Turner.--The relationship of the speech of American Negroes to the speech of whites, by R.I. McDavid and V.G. McDavid.--Toward a new perspective in Negro English dialectology, by B.L. Bailey.--Continuity and change in American Negro dialects. Sociolinguistic factors in the history of American Negro dialects. By W.A. Stewart.--Dialect research: mythology and reality, by L.M. Davis.--Black through white: patterns of communication in Africa and the New World, by D. Dalby.--Black-white speech differences revisited by W. Wolfram.--Bibliography (pages 160-161).
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)279139
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Wolfram, Walt, 1941-
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