Additional References for Standard English

  • Cheshire, J. and Molloy, J. (1993) ‘Syntactic variation in non-standard dialects’ in Milroy, J. and Milroy, L. (eds) Real English: The Grammar of English Dialects in the British Isles, London, Longman, p. 212
  • Coupland, N. (1988) Dialect in Use: Sociolinguistic Variation in Cardiff English, Cardiff, University of Wales Press. Quoted in Graddol. D, Leith, D., Swann, J., Rhys, M., and Gillen, J. (eds) Changing English, London, Routledge/The Open University, pp.203-4
  • Holmes, J. (2001) An Introduction to Sociolinguistics (2nd edn), Harlow, Longman. in Graddol. D, Leith, D., Swann, J., Rhys, M., and Gillen, J. (eds) Changing English, London, Routledge/The Open University (p. 221)
  • Mugglestone, L. (2007) ‘Accent as Social Symbol’ in Graddol. D, Leith, D., Swann, J., Rhys, M., and Gillen, J. (eds) Changing English, London, Routledge/The Open University
  • Trudgill, P (1999) ‘Standard English: what it isn’t’ in Bex, T, and Watts Richard J. (eds.) Standard English: the widening debate. London Routledge, 1999, 117-128. In Jackson, H. Grammar and Vocabulary, Routledge, London, 2002, reprinted 2003, pp. 171-180. Also available here.

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