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Bibliography of the Czech Linguistics (BibCzechLing)

The "Bibliography of the Czech Linguistics (BibCzechLing)" is provided by the Institute of the Czech Language of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (Ústav pro jazyk český AV). The database contains about 73.280 records and covers the period from 1992 till 2018. The list of subjects is located here.

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Your search for Varieties of Czech : Studies in Czech Sociolinguistics provides 19 hits
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The Position of Dialect in the Language of East Moravian Villages

Krčmová, Marie, in: Varieties of Czech : Studies in Czech Sociolinguistics, Amsterdam, Rodopi ; 1993, s. 143-152
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Common Colloquial Czech and Brno City Speech

Cummins, George M., in: Varieties of Czech : Studies in Czech Sociolinguistics, Amsterdam, Rodopi ; 1993, s. 153-179
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Regional Features in Colloquial Speech in Bohemia

Jančáková, Jana, in: Varieties of Czech : Studies in Czech Sociolinguistics, Amsterdam, Rodopi ; 1993, s. 180-188
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Language change: The testimony of Czech tombstone inscriptions in Praha, Texas

Eckert, Eva, in: Varieties of Czech : Studies in Czech Sociolinguistics, Amsterdam, Rodopi ; 1993, s. 189-215
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Lexical Polyphony in Chicago Czech Texts

Rakušan, Jaromíra, in: Varieties of Czech : Studies in Czech Sociolinguistics, Amsterdam, Rodopi ; 1993, s. 216-240
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On the acquisition and maintenance of a minority language: Czech in Canada

Bubeník, Vít, in: Varieties of Czech : Studies in Czech Sociolinguistics, Amsterdam, Rodopi ; 1993, s. 241-253
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The Language of the Czech Minority in Vienna

Fischer, Gero, in: Varieties of Czech : Studies in Czech Sociolinguistics, Amsterdam, Rodopi ; 1993, s. 254-261
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Survival of the Czech Dialect in Communities Abroad: A Comparison of Czech in Střelín and Daruvar

Jančák, Pavel, in: Varieties of Czech : Studies in Czech Sociolinguistics, Amsterdam, Rodopi ; 1993, s. 262-275
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Some aspects of the relationship between Czech and Slovak

Ripka, Ivor, in: Varieties of Czech : Studies in Czech Sociolinguistics, Amsterdam, Rodopi ; 1993, s. 276-285