Eckert, P. <i>Meaning and Linguistic Variation: The Third Wave in Sociolinguistics</i>
Keywords:Linguistics variables, variables, variation
Eckert, P. (2018). Meaning and Linguistic Variation: The Third Wave in Sociolinguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 9781316403242
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