5 edition of Language Diversity in Michigan and Ohio found in the catalog.
Language Diversity in Michigan and Ohio
Brian D. Joseph
by Caravan Books
Written in English
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm: Contents: Mapping Ohio: dialect boundaries revisited / Beverly Olson Flanigan --Ohio dialectology / Terry Lynn Irons --Folk perceptions of dialects in Ohio / Erica J.
Benson --The vowel systems of African Americans in the urban north / Jamila Jones --Japanese children's. The rest of the book is divided into two sections. The first, 'The Englishes of Michigan and Ohio', begins with 'Mapping Ohio: Dialect boundaries revisited' by BEVERLY OLSON FLANIGAN and 'Ohio dialectology' by TERRY LYNN IRONS.
Both treat the pivotal role of Ohio among American dialects—the full swath of North Midlands sandwiched between thick slices of Northern (or Inland Northern) and.
Language diversity in Michigan and Ohio: Towards two state linguistic profiles (review) Language diversity in Michigan and Ohio: Towards two state linguistic profiles (review) Salmons, Joe REVIEWS in this volume show.
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northern states like Michigan and Ohio as 'overwhelmingly monolingual' (iii). That impression oversimplifies greatly, as does the notion that 'there are supposed to be no dialects' in the Midwest (vi). This book addresses both issues, growing from a conference at The Ohio State University.
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