Social stratification of /n/ and /ɽ̃/ in Lahore: The Relationship between Linguistic and Social Factors is very vivid in Pakistani Punjab (Lahore)

 
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Stratification is a system by which society ranks its members in a hierarchy, is the norm throughout the world. Members of different social classes distinguish themselves from one another in a whole range of social behaviors including the type of language they use. The different layers of a society are ranked in to three major groups, the upper, the middle and the lower. According to Labov W (1966), Macaulay (1977) Trudgill P (1974), Wolfram (1974), there are strong correlations between patterns of social stratification and gender, locality, education, age and social class. These differences in language are tied to social class.Language is obviously a social phenomenon .A regular relationship between social and linguistic factors can be demonstrated by a reliable methodology by following many sociolinguists like William Labov.The fluctuation in language is not a random and unpredictable manner but rather conditioned by social factors such as social class, age, sex, and style in predictable ways.According to this work, the speech community as a whole behaved regularly. The general accepted sociological practice has been followed, phonological variants /n/an/ɽ̃/have been researched.

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Zafar Iqbal Bhatti has obtained his M Phil degree in Applied Linguistics in 2012.He has to his credit three books on ELT.He has earned wide-scale acclaim in the country.He made contributions in the sphere of educational management as well.In addition to his intellectual and scholarly pursuits, he has equally excelled in the field of music.

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