Accommodation Theory, Second-Language

The theory of linguistic accommodation was first discussed in the 1960s by Howard Giles and his colleagues. A social psychologist rather than a linguist, Giles declared that the foundation of accommodation theory lay in social psychological research on similarity attraction. He ...

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