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Jenny Cheshire
Found: Open SN= More SE and Closed SN= Vernacular.
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Deborah Cameron
Gender differences= over exaggerated
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Janet Hyde
Socialisation= depends on the context
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Deborah Tannen
Difference Model, status v support, solve v share, info v feeling
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Milroy
Isolated= Stronger accent and less SE, Employed= More SE due to socialising
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Eckert
Burnouts= Vernacular and Jocks= SE
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Zimmerman and West
Men tried to gain control when floor taken and same sex conversations= Less interuptions
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O'Barr and Atkins
Courtroom environment, connected to powerless language, not gender
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Janet Holmes
Men use tags to express uncertainty rather than women
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Beattie
No clear connection to gender
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Koester(2004)
Phatic talk to get the job done and need to create interpersonal relationships
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Swales(2011)
Discourse communities share same lexies and share common goals
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Drew and Heritage(1993)
Discourse communties share inferntial frameworks
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Petyt
'H' dropping assossiated with lower classes. Men= More H dropping
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Labov
2nd time of asking= accent changed. Upper store= SE, Middle store= comination of both and lower store= Vernacular
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Trudgill
Asked to define own classs and 60% of women defined it wrong. Men= vernacular and Women= More SE.
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Giles
Vernacular= more friendly and SE= more intellegent
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Robin Lackoff
Stereotypes= Men swear more, women speak more, women imply, men are direct, women use tags to express uncertainty
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Dominance Model
Male speech patterns dominate society and others are judged against them
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Difference Model
Socialisation= langauge changes for different purposes
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