Citizen Sociolinguistics | Andrea R. Leone and Betsy Rymes - Academia.edu
 
Citizen Sociolinguistics:A New Media Methodology for Understanding Language and Social Life
Betsy Rymes
University of Pennsylvania
Andrea R. Leone
University of Pennsylvania
Citizen sociolinguistics is a response to the need for a new sociolinguistic methodology that accounts for and partakes of the social demands and affordances of massive mobility and connectivity in today’s world. Drawing from contemporary theories about participatory culture (Jenkins, Purushotma, Wiegel, Clinton, & Robison, 2009), orders of indexicality (Silverstein, 2003), and communicative repertoire (Rymes, 2011), as well as the decades-old tradition of citizen science, Citizen sociolinguistics traces the ways citizens, more so than trained sociolinguists, understand the world of language around them. The goal of this article, and the methodology it proposes, is to document, learn from, and advocate for the importance of this public participation in sociolinguistic inquiry and exploration and its potential to illuminate our contemporary communicative environment.
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North Branch Restoration Project
RT : we're bundled and ready to help collect native seeds for prairie restoration with
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The Good Life: http://t.co/MSW9EfhgbI and The Good Life Project: http://t.co/BYUny1Sl4J a comparative multimedia oral history #fieldnotes
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The Good Life: http://t.co/MSW9EfhgbI and The Good Life Project: http://t.co/BYUny1Sl4J a comparative multimedia oral history #fieldnotes
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Good Life Project
The Good Life: and The Good Life Project: a comparative multimedia oral history
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David Bowie Is | MCA Chicago
….MT “ : Seen the ”David Bowie Is“ exhibit yet?
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"Make the world more interesting for you being here" Video found...
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"Might we all hold the capacity to see light…."(via Nic...
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7 days ago
Fieldnotes.pdf
This is a nice copy of the intro chapter to R.M. Emerson, R.I Fretz & L.L. Shaw, Writing Ethnographic Fieldnotes. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1995.
ethnography  fieldnotes 
7 days ago
Radio New Zealand Audio Player
Schools could build shared facilities under , announced by today [from 3'47"]
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7 days ago
Why I Blog - The Atlantic
"For centuries, writers have experimented with forms that evoke the imperfection of thought, the inconstancy of human affairs, and the chastening passage of time. But as blogging evolves as a literary form, it is generating a new and quintessentially postmodern idiom that’s enabling writers to express themselves in ways that have never been seen or understood before. Its truths are provisional, and its ethos collective and messy. Yet the interaction it enables between writer and reader is unprecedented, visceral, and sometimes brutal. And make no mistake: it heralds a golden era for journalism."
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7 days ago
Print - CGC-Dec-2013-V1.pdf
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7 days ago
A Place to Stand
Special w/ Daniel Glick, director Sat. 11.15 10:30am PT/1:30pm ET
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The Brainwaves - A Video Anthology (trailer) - YouTube
“The world of possibility: thats where intelligence lays”-Bruner
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"Edgar Allan Poe declared, “All experience, in matters of philosophical discovery, teaches us that, in..."
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"Not to find one’s way in a city may well be uninteresting and banal. It requires ignorance—nothing..."
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Photoset: diy: TOBY’S SHED Max Blackmore is a Melbourne-based photographer, illustrator and master of the...
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Photo: Smith (2008) How to be an explorer of the world: portable life museum
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steelemaley - The culture of schooling is at odds with the...
"The culture of schooling is at odds with the culture of learning…. Calling for spending on research..."
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13 days ago
The Myth of Chinese Super Schools by Diane Ravitch | The New York Review of Books
China, he writes, is “a perfect incarnation of authoritarian education.” It is no model for the United States:

As traditional routine jobs are offshored and automated, we need more and more globally competent, creative, innovative, entrepreneurial citizens—job creators instead of employment-minded job seekers. To cultivate new talents, we need an education that enhances individual strengths, follows children’s passions, and fosters their social-emotional development. We do not need an authoritarian education that aims to fix children’s deficits according to externally prescribed standards.

If the West is concerned about being overtaken by China, then the best solution is “to avoid becoming China.”
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14 days ago
Working in an MLE
Good to see a nation defining environments and practices: the MLE amd MLP in deliberation--
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17 days ago
Doing Research with Children and Young People (Published in association with The Open University): 9780761943815: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Amazon.com
'The author gives an excellent overview and explores how children have been seen as objects and subjects in research as well as increasingly as participants and more recently still as researchers.'

- International Journal of Research and Method in Education

'This book is especially beneficial in terms of its breadth of discussion on the legal, ethical and moral issues of conducting research with children and young people alongside the key methodological challenges that students and practitioners are faced when conducting this type of research' - Research Policy and Planning

Doing Research with Children and Young People introduces researchers to the key considerations involved in working with children and young people.

The book highlights issues which arise at different stages in the process and which all researchers need to take account of as they plan and carry out a study. These include:

· ethical and legal issues

· philosophical underpinnings of research

· age and diversity of the children involved

· evaluation and dissemination of findings.

Doing Research with Children and Young People has been developed to accompany The Open University course Research with Children and Young People (EK310). It is an ideal introduction for all students and practitioners preparing to research in fields such as education, health, welfare, childhood and youth studies, psychology and sociology.
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19 days ago
Seth's Blog: Plasticity
learning organizations/knowledge workers who take on real change in assessment exhibit Plasticity--
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22 days ago
What if we used adventure and curiosity as more of what we call school?
Excellent call to action and analysis by Bo here. I would add that all kids are looking out the window of the school architecture which exists to hold them inside. we must open the doors and windows to the world-- to exploration to exploration
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23 days ago
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