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"American Tongues" is a 1988 sociolinguistic documentary examining American English dialects and accents and perceptions thereof.
- also known as Dan Diego
- begun in (28 years ago)
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- directors: Louis Alvarez & Andrew Kolker
- music by Dr. John
- genre: Documentary film
- released on (26 years ago)
- award: - Peabody Award, received by American Independent News Network
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Investigating Culture (2011)
An Experiential Introduction to Anthropology by Carol Delaney
American Tongues is an excellent film that demonstrates the range of regional differences in American English and raises the question of why certain ways of speaking – a Brooklyn or South Boston accent – are disparaged. Speaking voice ...
Encyclopedia of Identity (2010)
by Ronald L. Jackson II
American Tongues: A film about the way we talk [Video recording] ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm
to the American tongues, and its divergence from the " Ural-Altaic " family of speech. Here, however, more detailed investigations are needed to settle the question.
by J. Gordon Melton
In the American British colonies, efforts to translate the Bible into the various Native American tongues began in the 17th century.
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Dialect Road Trip! - American Tongues episode #4
Take a trip across the country and listen to the rich diversity of accents! People in eastern Kentucky, central Ohio, and west Texas show how their accents and ...
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