Русский язык повседневного общения: некоторые количественные данные в зеркале социолингвистики
The article aims to present the results of an exploratory study dedicated to the multilevel analysis of everyday spoken Russian and its variation in different urban social groups (sociolects). The goal of the study was to reveal the most indicative linguistic parameters for each of the sociolects under study. The research has been made on the material of the well-balanced sub-corpus of the “One Speaker’s Day” (the ORD) speech corpus, which represents the everyday speech of Russian native speakers from different social strata, men and women of different age, involved in various fields of work. The analysis was carried out on the phonetic, lexical, morphological and syntactic levels for the whole sub-corpus, for the three age groups of speakers (young people, middle-aged and elderly) and for the two gender groups separately. Quantitative data referring to speech features of each group (e. g., phoneme and allophone distribution, speech rate, phonetic reduction, lexical preferences, syntactic structures, etc.) have been obtained and compared. The study has shown that speech differences between age groups are more relevant than those between the gender ones, with the social dialect of the young people being the most specific among them.