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You know my steez : an ethnographic and sociolinguistic study of styleshifting in a Black American speech community

Author: H Samy Alim; American Dialect Society.
Publisher: [Durham, N.C.] : Duke University Press for the American Dialect Society, ©2004.
Series: Publication of the American Dialect Society, no. 89.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
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Alim, H. Samy.
You know my steez.
[Durham, N.C.] : Duke University Press for the American Dialect Society, c2004
(OCoLC)607698928
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: H Samy Alim; American Dialect Society.
ISBN: 0822366088 9780822366089
OCLC Number: 56649224
Notes: "Annual supplement to American Speech."
Description: xxxii, 309 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction : you know my steez --
Designing sociolinguistic research on speech style --
How the other half speaks : ethnosensitivity and the shifting roles of the researcher --
This is corporate America takin over : schooling, survival, and the sociohistorical context of life in the occupied territories --
We some baaaddddd styleshifters : the copula in stylistic variation --
Our steelo switch up : third-person singular -s, possessive -s, and plural -s absence --
We be word sorcerers : invariant be and the equative copula in BL --
It takes two to make a thing go riiiiight : examining interaction in the coconstruction of style --
The gentrification of speech and speakers : Black language in White public space.
Series Title: Publication of the American Dialect Society, no. 89.
Other Titles: American speech.
Responsibility: H. Samy Alim.
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