Worse, this stuff may give readers the mistaken impression that Geoff believes that the G&M media bias paper is somehow about the ideology of Portuguese dialectology .
In this respect the study of dialects or dialectology has to do with boundaries, which often coincide with geographical features such as rivers and mountains.
Deviations occur increasingly from the 16th cent., but few fully localized texts, showing sufficient diagnostic features for a more detailed dialectology , occur before the 18th.
In generative dialectology , the investigator holds that the language exists within the speaker as a competence which is never fully realized in performance.
Regarding the second principle, the lessons of historical linguistics and dialectology provide the strongest arguments available for the linguistic validity of U.S. Spanish.
The influence of the old dialects can also still be discerned in regional variants of CSMG; I may attempt to use these current variants to support my dialectological research.
All tapes were recorded between 1955 and 1965 in the course of regular dialectological expeditions.
As a result of this study, philologists and dialectologists generally regard a dialect as a historical subtype of a language and a language as the aggregate of the features of its dialects.
Peter Trudgill, a leading British sociolinguist and dialectologist now based at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland, visits the Department annually and works on the ONZE data for a month.
The experts instructed those who wanted to participate in expeditions in methods of collection of dialectological materials and informants’ data as well as dialectologist's ethics.