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The ﬁrst record of ‘sociolinguistics’ appeared in the title of a paper published in an anthropological journal discussing India in 1939. v. ). The ﬁeld of historical sociolinguistics, which has emerged over the last thirty years, is yet to have an entry of its own in the OED. v. ). The ﬁrst books to refer to the ﬁeld in their titles call it ‘socio-historical linguistics’ (Romaine 1982, Tieken-Boon van Ostade 1987). The Handbook of Historical Sociolinguistics, First Edition. Edited by Juan Manuel Hernández-Campoy, Juan Camilo Conde-Silvestre.
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In the words of Matthew Chen and William Wang, in any change, there was “the nettlesome problem created by a few recalcitrant forms” (1975: 256). ” And the inadequacy of analogy as an explanation became clear when there was a plethora of exceptions in Chinese, which has virtually no paradigms. e. to affect all relevant lexical items, given the time to complete its course. But more often than linguists have thought, a phonological rule peters out toward the end of its life span, or is thwarted by another change competing for the same lexemes.