Sociolinguistics

by - October 15, 2012


PENGERTIAN SOSIOLINGUISTIK MENURUT BEBERAPA PAKAR

Janet Holmes (1995:1):
sociolinguistics study the relationship between language and society, they are interested in explaining why we speak differently in different social context, and they are concerned with identifying the social functions of language and the ways it is used to convey social meaning.


Hudson (1980: 1):
sociolinguistics is the study of language in relation to society.

J.A. Fishman (1972:4):
sociolinguistics is the study of the characteristics of language varieties, the characteristics of their functions, and the characteristics of their speakers as these three constantly interact, change and change one another within a speech community.


Criper, Widdowson (1975: 156):
sociolinguistics is the study of language in operation, it’s purpose is to investigate how the convention of the language use relate to other aspects of social behaviour.


You May Also Like

0 comments

Follow Me on Instagram