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Does language regard vary?

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Abstract

This paper outlines a cognitive map for variation in language attitudes, metalinguistic beliefs about language, and language ideological frameworks — grouped together as “language regard.” After establishing input, processing, and response models, it goes on to examine experimental findings that show variability in regard that are consistent with this map and to outline the importance of that variability to more general concerns of sociolinguistics, touching in particular on its explanatory position in studies of variation and change.

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