By Stephen O. Murray
It is a revised model of conception teams and the research of Language in North the United States (1994), the post-World-War-II heritage of the emergence of sociolinguistics in North the US that was once defined in Language in Society as “a heady mixture of special scholarship, mordant wit, and sustained narrative designed to cajole even the skeptical reader that those myriad, frequently at the same time emergent, methods of brooding about language are certainly interrelated. . . . this can be an outspoken, attractive, rollicking, sometimes anxious experience within the background of those sciences as concerning their perform. . . to not be neglected via someone who cares in regards to the highbrow underpinnings of the research of language in society,” in Language as supplying “the closest approximation” to how sociolinguists got here jointly and constructed the sphere, and in Lingua as delivering “the so much complete overviews of some of the and sundry techniques to [American] linguistic research.” American Sociolinguistics examines either thought teams (such because the ethnography of talking and ethnoscience), and sociolinguistic students (such as William Labov, Einar Haugen, and Erving Goffman) whose widely-known and often-emulated paintings used to be now not pursued by means of geared up teams.
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10 She does not seem to have made any claims of priority for her conception of the relationship between worldview and linguistic structure. Her 1952 review of Mandelbaum's (1949) anthology of S apir's writing does not mention 'linguistic determinism' or Whorf. 11 Her Clyde Kluckhohn (before his collaboration with Kroeber) seems to have been the main advocate for her priority to Whorf, quoting her (1938:89) formula "Grammar contains in crystallized form the accumulated and accumulating experience, the Weltanschauung, of a people" (Kluckhohn and Kelly 1945:60; see Hymes 1983:172-4).
He left to teach at the University of Toronto (1944-46). D. in anthropology from the Univer sity of Chicago in 1951, 40 he had already been teaching at the University of Kentucky for five years. He spent the summer of 1952 at the Foreign Service Institute. 41 In 1956 he went to the University of Buffalo as an associate profes sor of anthropology.
Perhaps because the work on loanwords Basso (1967) showed the extension of a whole semantic set (body parts) for lexicalizing a new phenomenon (automobiles) in Apache, 1930-35. Examples from Herzog (1941) suggest the same conception among the Pima. According to Basso, self-motion was criterial in Apache, as in English. Lee (1959:127) reported that the Wintu classified the automobile with the turtle as in a class she glossed as "that which looks like an inverted pot in motion" — a less generic category than the Apache hinda, but still a category of mobility.
American Sociolinguistics: Theorists and theory groups by Stephen O. Murray