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https://doi.org/10.30853/filnauki.2018-7-1.27

SOCIOPHONETIC DIRECTION IN FOREIGN LINGUISTICS

Goncharova Oksana Vladimirovna
Pyatigorsk State University


Submitted: 06.04.2018.
Abstract. As modern research shows, sociophonetics is a multi-factor research area and its integrating methodological basis enables this section of linguistics to aspire to the role of one of the basic phonetic sciences. This article is devoted to a brief overview of the formation and evolution of the socio-phonetic direction in foreign linguistics, from the pioneers of dialectology of the XIX century to modern theories illustrating a complex spectrum of external factors that have a systematic influence on the phonetic and phonological form.
Key words and phrases: социофонетика, социальная диалектология, фонетика, межъязыковые контакты, лингвистическая вариация, социолингвистические факторы, sociophonetics, social dialectology, phonetics, interlingual contacts, linguistic variation, sociolinguistic factors.
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