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Climate justice involves social and discursive practices shaped by representations deeply rooted in the common sense of societies. Different conditions of social life lead to categorize in different ways the term, including and excluding features according to convenience, necessity, proximity,...
This article examines /h/‐dropping in the occupational community of Stoke‐on‐Trent's pottery industry. Using oral history interviews, the article presents quantitative statistical analysis of linguistic and social factors influencing /h/‐variation among these speakers, showing that specific...
This article draws from ethnographic research among youth in Delhi's expanding middle classes to call for more sociolinguistic attention to the role played by sexuality discourse in the reproduction of class relations. The discussion highlights the centrality of the middle classes to sustaining...
Speakers of pathologized speech have not received much attention from sociolinguists. This article explores the stylistic practices of deaf and hard‐of‐hearing (DHH) people who demonstrate pathologized variants. This article adopts minimal pair reading and story reading to elicit various...
In response to the worsening crisis of climate change, researchers across the social sciences are increasingly seeking to understand and enact climate justice. In this Journal of Sociolinguistics Dialog, we suggest that sociolinguists have the opportunity—and the urgent responsibility—to...
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