Language Change in an Anglophone Community in Japan
List of Tables
Page Table 2.1: Number of foreign residents from English-speaking countries in Japan registered as Instructor, Professor and Other in 2009 Table 2.2: Number of JET participants since 1987 Table 2.3: Number of foreigners entering Japan from English- speaking countries since 1950 Table 5.1: Linguistic variables of the present study Table 5.2: Summary of linguistic variables examined in Trudgill (1986), Chambers (1992) and the present study Table 5.3: Accent groups and urban areas of England Table 5.4: A comparison of the typical phonetic realisations of RP, GA and NZE for the linguistic variables of the present study Table 6.1: Number of informants for the first dataset Table 6.2: Number of informants for the second dataset Table 6.3: Examples of included and excluded tokens for the vari- ables Table 6.4: Variants for each variable Table 6.5: Percentage of agreement in auditory judgment between the researcher and the dialectologist Table 6.6: Number of tokens collected from the first and second datasets for each variable Table 6.7: Items for questions about informants’ social networks Table 6.8: Scoring the rank order of network members according to closeness Table 6.9: Scoring the frequency of meetings and telephone calls Table 6.10: Home nation and number of network members men- tioned by the informants Table 6.11: Distribution of number of network members by rank score and meeting score Table 6.12: Distribution of number of network members by rank score and telephone score Table 6.13: Average index scores of sub-networks according to in- formant nationality Table 6.14: Social network...
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