2009 - Member of Academia Europaea
Peter Trudgill mostly deals with Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Variation, British English and Modern English. His Linguistics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Phenomenon and Social class. His Variation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Language death, Language contact, Lingua franca and Dialectology.
He has researched British English in several fields, including Anthropology and Norwegian. His research in Modern English intersects with topics in New Zealand English and Varieties of English. His study focuses on the intersection of New Zealand English and fields such as Genealogy with connections in the field of Prestige.
His main research concerns Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Ethnology, New Zealand English and Dialectology. Linguistics is closely attributed to Typology in his study. His New Zealand English research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of New Zealand studies, Modern English, Australian English, Genealogy and Scottish English.
His Australian English study frequently links to adjacent areas such as American English.
Peter Trudgill mainly focuses on Linguistics, Typology, Varieties of English, Ethnology and Language contact. In his research, Peter Trudgill undertakes multidisciplinary study on Linguistics and North American English. His Typology research incorporates elements of German, Norwegian, Second-language acquisition and Epistemology, Uniformitarianism.
Old English, English studies, Dative case and Early Modern English is closely connected to American English in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Varieties of English. He interconnects Language death, Celtic languages, East Anglian English, Refugee and Genealogy in the investigation of issues within Ethnology. His Language contact study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Law, North Germanic languages and Creole language.
Peter Trudgill focuses on Linguistics, Varieties of English, Typology, Literature and Language contact. His Linguistics research spans across into subjects like Structure and Processes of change. The various areas that Peter Trudgill examines in his Varieties of English study include Kenya, Ancient history and WHITE CARIBBEAN.
His studies deal with areas such as Phonology and Linguistic sequence complexity as well as Typology. His Literature research includes themes of Sociolinguistics, Sociohistorical linguistics, Colonialism, Feature and Phrase. Peter Trudgill combines subjects such as Linguistic change, Refugee, Ethnology and East Anglian English with his study of Language contact.
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Dialects in contact
English Accents and Dialects : An Introduction to Social and Regional Varieties of English in the British Isles
A. Hughes;P. Trudgill;Dominic James Landon Watt.
The Social Differentiation of English in Norwich
Peter J. Trudgill.
Sex, covert prestige and linguistic change in the urban British English of Norwich
Language in Society (1972)
The handbook of language variation and change
J. K. Chambers;Peter Trudgill;Natalie Schilling-Estes.
Sociolinguistics: An Introduction to Language and Society
Linguistic Change and Diffusion: Description and Explanation in Sociolinguistic Dialect Geography.
Language in Society (1974)
New-Dialect Formation: The Inevitability of Colonial Englishes
New Zealand English: Its Origins and Evolution
Elizabeth Gordon;Lyle Campbell;Jennifer Hay;Margaret Maclagan.
International English: A Guide to the Varieties of Standard English
Peter Trudgill;Jean Hannah.
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