LANGUAGE AND AGE

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IVES - 2014
Found in his study of a school in west yorkshire that 100% of teens believed that they speak differently to other generations
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ECKERT - 1998
Considered age in 3 way: -chronological age (actual age) - biological age (physical maternity) - social age (marriage/job/children)
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CHESIRE - 2012
Adults and childrens language develops because of life events. Bigham calls this period 'emerging adulthood'
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KERSWILL
Explains that this term refers to the age at which a speaker becomes less susceptible to the influence of different varieties of language on their own usage
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Sebba
In Sebba's catford girls study and Kerswills own li
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Considered age in 3 way: -chronological age (actual age) - biological age (physical maternity) - social age (marriage/job/children)

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ECKERT - 1998

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Adults and childrens language develops because of life events. Bigham calls this period 'emerging adulthood'

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Explains that this term refers to the age at which a speaker becomes less susceptible to the influence of different varieties of language on their own usage

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In Sebba's catford girls study and Kerswills own li

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