Codeswitching: Anthropological and Sociolinguistic Perspectives
Mouton de Gruyter, 1988 - Anthropological linguistics - 278 pages
Macro- and micro-sociolinguistic dimensions of codeswitching in Vingard (Romani a), by Erica McClure and Malcolm McClure. Codeswitching and comedy in Catalonia, by Kathryn A. Woolard. Strategic ambiguity, by Monica Heller. Mix-im-up, by P atrick McConvell. Codeswitching as indexical of social negotiations, by Carol M yers Scotton. A conversation analytic approach to codeswitching and transfer, b y J.C.P. Auer. Contrasting patterns of codeswitching in two communities, by Sha na Poplack. The political economy of code choice, by Susan Gal. Where do we go from Here?, by Monica Heller.
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Aboriginal alternation analysis approach associated bilingual borrowing boundaries Castilian Catalan claim code-switching constraints context conversation create defined dialect direct discourse discussed dominant economic effect English ethnic Eugenio event example exchange fact factors forms frame French function German Gumperz Gurindji Hungarian identity important indexical indicates individual integrated interaction interlocutors interpretation involved Italian Italy jokes Kriol language linguistic marked meaning minority nature negotiation noted occur participants particular patterns person political Poplack position possible practices present Press processes question reference regions relations relationship relatively repertoire result rights and obligations role Romanian Saxon says Scotton seen sentence shared shows situation social arenas speak speakers specific speech status strategy structural Swahili switching talk tion topic transfer understanding University unmarked choice variety Vingard