What is Sociology?
What is Linguistics?
What is the different between Sociolinguistics and. Sociology of Language?
What is Sociolinguistics concerned about?
Sociology: a study of the characteristics, behaviors, and developments of society. The branch of Social Science which studies about a society and its influences to the human life.
Who is August Comte?
Who is Ferdinand De Saussure? (Structuralism)
Sociolinguistics vs. Sociology of Language
Sociolinguistics: Language Society
Sociology of Language: Society Language
Sociolinguistics (Currie, 1952)
The Areas of Sociolinguistics
1. The influence of society as institutions and its members on the use of language.
Internal vs. External Variety
Internal Phones, letters, morphemes, sentences
External Dialect, Sociolect, Chronolect.
2. The functions of language in society
- Problem solving
3. The way the language is used by and in society
How language develops culture.
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What is Sociolinguistics?
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