Recap quiz 1

According to Eckert's 2000 study of teen language use, who were least likely to use multiple negation?
Jock Girls
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What is a phoneme?
Units of sound.
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Give one finding from Gary Ives' Bradford Asian English study (2014)?
Their language use is based on postcode.
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What is assonance?
Repetition of vowel sounds.
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What is negative concord?
Use of negative words.
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Examples of plosive sounds:
"p" "b" "g"
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What is the difference between code- switching and style switching?
Code-switching is language change. Style switching is style in the same language.
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An example of a fricative sound.
Is forced through the teeth over the lips. "f"
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Name a difference in the findings of Ives' two studies.
Bradford only looked at one ethnicity.
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Why, according to Martinez are teens more likely to use negative language?
Adults are more likely to want to avoid face threatening acts.
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The participants in Ives' London study used lexis that 'set them apart' from...
Other areas in the country.
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Parrott suggests there are four aspects that contribute to teenage identity. Name two.
Rebellion and idols.
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