The written questionnaire in social dialectology. Dollinger, S. John Benjamins, Amsterdam.
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1.- Written questionnaires in the wider linguistic context; 2.- A history of written questionnaires in social dialectology; 3.- A comparison of data collection methodologies; 4.- Types of traditional WQ variables; 5.- World Englishes, multilingualism and written questionnaires; 6.- WQ data and linguistic theory; 7.- Questionnaire design and data collection; 8.- Working with WQ data; 9.- Statistical testing with R; 10.- Epilogue.
@book{dollinger_written_2015,
	Address = {Amsterdam},
	Author = {Dollinger, Stefan},
	Date = {2015},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-22 20:24:15 +0000},
	Keywords = {linguistics, participants, research methods, sociolinguistics},
	Publisher = {John Benjamins},
	Title = {The written questionnaire in social dialectology},
	Abstract = {1.- Written questionnaires in the wider linguistic context; 2.- A history of written questionnaires in social dialectology; 3.- A comparison of data collection methodologies; 4.- Types of traditional WQ variables; 5.- World Englishes, multilingualism and written questionnaires; 6.- WQ data and linguistic theory; 7.- Questionnaire design and data collection; 8.- Working with WQ data; 9.- Statistical testing with R; 10.- Epilogue.}}
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