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Bernstein-Hypothese

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      •  Bernstein's hypothesis[Edit] : A linguistic hypothesis developed by Basil Bernstein in 1958 which is based on the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis and postulates that the language variety used by the middle and upper classes differs from that used by the lower classes.
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          EnglishA linguistic hypothesis developed by Basil Bernstein in 1958 which is based on the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis and postulates that the language variety used by the middle and upper classes differs from that used by the lower classes.
          GermanVon Basil Bernstein 1958 entwickelte linguistische Hypothese, die auf der Sapir-Whorf-Hypothese aufbaut und besagt, dass die Sprachvarietät der Ober- und Mittelschicht sich von der der Unterschicht unterscheidet.
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