THE SYLLABUS OF SOCIOLINGUISTICS
It is hoped that students will understand the conception and application of language usage dealing with its cultural aspects and its objectives.
INDICATORS OF COMPETENCY:
It is hoped that students will be able to:
|1||Understand the scope of sociolinguistics|
|2||Know and understand the concept and the instances of Language variation|
|3||Understand about the Regional and social dialect|
|4||Understand about the concept and the form of Speech acts|
|5||Understand about the Language and culture|
|6||Understand about Language class and social class|
|7||Understand about language in the perspective of Sex and politeness|
|8||Understand the concept and examples of Code switching and code mixing; borrowing|
|9||Understand the concept of Bilingualism and diglosia|
|10||Understand the concept of Language change, along with the concept of Pidgin and creole|
|11||Understand and make analysis of the concept of National languages and languange planning|
|12||make a Sociolinguistic analysis|
- THE CORE TOPICS
|1||The Scope of sociolinguistics in applied Linguistics, The definition of sociolinguistics;|
|2||The definition of language variation ; Restricted code, elaborated code; Idiolect, regional,& social dialect, register, styles; Macro µ sociolinguistics|
|3||The definition and the difference between regional andsocial dialect; example and research on regional and social dialect|
|4||The definition of Speech Act; Locution, illocution, perlocution; Categories of speech act|
|5||The concept of language and culture; Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis|
|6||The concept of language class dan social class; Unstandard-standard language; Social stratification; Bernstein’s language variation|
|7||The definition of language in the perspective sex dan politeness;|
|8||The definition and difference of ode switching, code mixing, borrowing;|
|9||The concept of bilingualism dan diglosia; the difference between them.|
|10||The concept of language change; pidgin and creole;|
|11||The concept of national languages and language planning|
|12||Conducting sociolinguistic research;|
Chambers, J.K. 1995. Sociolinguistic Theory. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers Inc.
Holmes, Janet.1992.An introduction to Sociolinguistics. New York: Longman
Romaine, Suzanne. 1996. Bilingualism. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. Ltd.
Wardaugh Ronald. 1986. An Introduction to Sociolinguistics. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers. Inc.