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ID a & Name b 52-ABA-cai Black-American-Formal
Attributes
Zone f pdf
Page g 417
LSName h black-american-formal
LSType i dialect
IsNotional k no
Notes l african-american formal english ➤ Martin Luther King model
Relatives
GeoEntity C 1 United States
Match 2
ID a & Name b 52-ABA-cia Black-Rural-SE.
Attributes
Zone f pdf
Page g 419
LSName h black-rural-SE.
LSType i dialect
IsNotional k no
Notes l african-american-SE. rural transition < [52=] Dixie English
Match 3
ID a & Name b 52-ABA-ci Talkin-Black
Attributes
Zone f pdf
Page g 419
LSName h talkin-black
LSType i inner language
IsNotional k no
Notes l tawkin-blak, black-american english, afro-american, african-american english, ebonics ; influence < languages brought from Africa by forced immigrants, especially from within 9=Transafrican phylozone; transition < [52=] Caribbean Anglo-Creole and Northamerican General # black is used here as a linguistic term, since patterns of linguistic solidarity have been a response within communities exposed for more than 3 centuries to major social discrimination based only on the relative pigmentation of the human skin (involving forced deportation from Africa; deprivement of freedom, personal name, language, culture and all personal possessions; enslavement and forced labour in the Americas; and frequent denial of basic human rights until modern times) ⊕ including northward and westward migration within North America during 19th and 20th cent. from rural to urban areas
Scale o 7
Statistics
8 Dialects
Relatives
GeoEntity C 1 United States | Canada

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