New Perspectives on Irish English

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This volume brings together current research by international scholars on the varieties of English spoken in Ireland. The papers apply contemporary theoretical and methodological approaches and frameworks to a range of topics. A number of papers explore the distribution of linguistic features in Irish English, including the evolution of linguistic structures in Irish English and linguistic change in progress, employing broadly quantitative sociolinguistic approaches. Pragmatic features of Irish English are explored through corpus linguistics-based analysis. The construction of linguistic corpora using written and recorded material form the focus of other papers, extending and analyzing the growing range of corpus material available to researchers of varieties of English, including diaspora varieties. Issues of language and identity in contemporary Ireland are explored in several contributions using both qualitative and quantitative methods. The volume will be of interest to linguists generally, and to scholars with an interest in varieties of English.
[Varieties of English Around the World, G44]  2012.  xvii, 361 pp.
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Table of Contents
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xv–xviii
Preface
Bettina Migge and Máire Ní Chiosáin
vii–xiv
Is Dublin English ‘Alive Alive Oh’?
Karen P. Corrigan, Richard Edge and John Lonergan
1–28
Linguistic change in Galway City English: A study of phonological features in the district of Bóthar Mór
Arne Peters
29–46
[ˈfɪlǝm] and [ˈfarǝm]?: Sociolinguistic findings on schwa epenthesis in Galway English
Katrin Sell
47–66
The why of Belfast rises
Jennifer Sullivan
67–84
Exploring grammatical differences between Irish and British English
Markku Filppula
85–100
From Ireland to Newfoundland: What’s the perfect after doing?
Sandra Clarke
101–130
“A cannot get a loan for more than six years now”: The relationship between modal verbs and past time reference in Irish English
Marije van Hattum
131–152
Is it truly unique that Irish English clefts are? Quantifying the syntactic variation of it-clefts in Irish English and other post-colonial English varieties
Kalynda Beal
153–178
The discourse marker LIKE in Irish English
Martin Schweinberger
179–202
“I’m fine girl, and how are you?”: The use of vocatives in spoken Irish English
Bróna Murphy and Fiona Farr
203–224
“It’s lunacy now”: A corpus-based pragmatic analysis of the use of ‘now’ in contemporary Irish English
Brian Clancy and Elaine Vaughan
225–246
The responsive system of Irish English: Features and patterns
Gili Diamant
247–264
A Corpus of Irish English Correspondence (CORIECOR): A tool for studying the history and evolution of Irish English
Kevin McCafferty and Carolina P. Amador-Moreno
265–288
The Irish in Argentina: Irish English transported
Carolina P. Amador-Moreno
289–310
Irish English and recent immigrants to Ireland
Bettina Migge
311–326
Discourse ‘like’ and social identity – a case study of Poles in Ireland
Niamh Nestor, Caitriona Ni Chasaide and Vera Regan
327–354
Bio Sketches
355–358
Index
359–362
“This wide-ranging collection of papers truly delivers on the promise of its title, to offer 'new perspectives' on the study of Irish English. The social perspective is global - covering long-standing communities, recent immigrant groups in Ireland, the Irish diaspora, and international comparisons – and the methodologies embrace novel uses of corpus linguistics, quantitative sociolinguistics, instrumental phonetics, and discourse analysis. The book offers not just critical insights of its own, but understandings which will help to set the research agenda for Irish English, and its relation to other Englishes, over many years to come.”
“As is suggested in its title, this volume is a state-of-the-art contribution to the study of Irish varieties of English. It will certainly be appealing to linguists, particularly to those scholars interested in varieties of English, sociolinguistics, and language variation and change. Undoubtedly, New perspectives on Irish English lays down guidelines for the research on Irish English that is to come.”
“Whatever the uncertainties over specific empirical issues, there can little doubt that the vast majority of studies in “New Perspectives” will contribute significantly to future work on Irish English. The volume has much to offer students of language contact, pragmatics, urban varieties, and corpus linguistics.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF/2AB – Linguistics/English
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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