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Our goal is to make Data Collection in Sociolinguistics as instructor-friendly as possible! Scroll down for sample syllabi, as well as open-access, downloadable PDFs, generously provided by Routledge.

Sample Syllabi

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American English, taught by Dr. Allison Burkette, University of Mississippi

Introduction to Sociolinguistics, taught by Dr. Robin Queen, University of Michigan

Field Methods in Sociolinguistics, taught by Dr. Julie Auger, Indiana University

Sociolinguistics, taught by Dr. Paulina Bounds, Tennessee Technological University

Sociolinguistic Field Methods, taught by Dr. John Rickford, Stanford University

Downloadable Content

Foreword: Observing the Observers (J.K. Chambers, University of Toronto)

Chapter 1:  Research Design (Christine Mallinson, University of Maryland, Baltimore County)

Chapter 4: Generating New Data (Becky Childs, Coastal Carolina University)

Chapter 10: Working with and Preserving Existing Data (Gerard Van Herk, Memorial University of Newfoundland)

Chapter 15: Sharing Data and Findings (Christine Mallinson, University of Maryland, Baltimore County)

Chapter 19:  Conclusion (Christine Mallinson, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Becky Childs, Coastal Carolina University, and Gerard Van Herk, Memorial University of Newfoundland)

Click here to view the complete table of contents for the volume. And be sure to navigate over to view our accompanying teaching exercises and contributor videos

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