African American Vernacular English: A New Dialect of the English Language


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Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2012 in the subject American Studies – Linguistics, grade: A, University of New Hampshire, course: English 550 – Graduate Studies in English Language, language: English, abstract: This scholarly research paper examines the substantial reasoning behind why African American Vernacular English is a true dialect of the English language. The AAVE controversy has been long debated by scholars and linguists alike. The debate is centered on two substantial ideas of its definition and genesis. The debate is split; half of the spectrum believes AAVE is simply an apathetic form of speech, while other concrete theories suggest that AAVE is a dialect of the English language that stems from the West African Slave Trade. This research paper not only analyzes a number of scholarly theories to credit the idea that AAVE is a true dialect of the English Language, but it also calls on a number of other variants to supplement the facts provided.


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Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Patrick Tretina
Published: 06/25/2012
Publisher: Grin Publishing
ISBN: 9783656222422
Pages: 24
Weight: 0.10lbs
Size: 8.27h x 5.83w x 0.06d

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Weight0.1 lbs
Dimensions8.27 × 5.83 × 0.06 in