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Sociolinguistics is the study of language in culture and society, within the field of linguistics. In its broad goal of describing language and its relationship to society, social behavior, and culture, it overlaps with numerous other disciplines, most notably linguistic anthropology, but also sociology, philosophy, psychology, and dialectology.What are examples of sociolinguistics?
Sociolinguistics is defined as the study of how the people around you and your heritage can change the way you speak. An example of sociolinguistics is a study of Spanish and English being spoken together as Spanglish. The study of language and linguistic behavior as influenced by social and cultural factors.What is the purpose of sociolinguistics?
Sociolinguistics is the study of the connection between language and society and the way people use language in different social situations.What does sociolinguistics mean?
Sociolinguistics is the study of the effect of all aspects of society (social norms, culture, values etc.) has on language usage and the reciprocal effect language use has on society. It is a subsidiary of social anthropology, as well as the Sociology of language.