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The handbook of hispanic sociolinguistics

Author: Manuel Díaz-Campos
Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex, U.K. ; Malden, MA : Wiley-Blackwell, 2011.
Series: Blackwell handbooks in linguistics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This Handbook provides a comprehensive, state-of-the-art overview of theoretical and descriptive research in contemporary Hispanic sociolinguistics.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Manuel Díaz-Campos
ISBN: 9781405195003 1405195002
OCLC Number: 659237470
Description: xxii, 793 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm.
Contents: Phonological variation. --
Laboratory approaches to sound variation and change / Laura Colantoni --
Variationist approaches: external factors conditioning variation in Spanish phonology / Antonio Medina-Rivera --
Internal factors conditioning variation in Spanish phonology / Francisco Moreno-Fernández --
Socio-phonological variation in Latin American Spanish / John M. Lipski --
Sociophonological variation and change in Spain / José Antonio Samper Padilla --
Morphosyntactic variation. --
Variationist approaches to Spanish morphosyntax: internal and external factors / Scott A. Schwenter --
Variation and grammaticalization / Rena Torres Cacoullos --
Morphosyntactic variation in Spanish-speaking Latin America / Paola Bentivolgio and Mercedes Sedano --
Morphosyntactic variation in Spain / María José Serrano --
Language, the individual, and the society. --
Aging, age, and sociolinguistics / Richard Cameron --
Gender and variation: word-final /s/ in men's and women's speech in Puerto Rico's western highlands / Jonathan Holmquist --
Forms of address: the effect of the context / Diane R. Uber --
Becoming a member of the speech community: learning socio-phonetic variation in child language / Manuel Díaz-Campos --
The relationship between historical linguistics and sociolinguistics / Donald N. Tuten and Fernando Tejedo-Herrero --
The acquisition of variation in second language Spanish: how to identify and catch a moving target / Kimberly Geeslin --
Spanish in contact. --
Spanish in contact with Quechua / Anna María Escobar --
Spanish in contact with Guaraní / Shaw N. Gynan --
Spanish in contact with Catalan / José Luis Blas Arroyo --
Spanish in contact with Portuguese: the case of Barranquenho / J. Clancy Clements, Patrícia Amaral, and Ana R. Luís --
Spanish in contact with Haitian Creole / Luis A. Ortiz López --
Palenque (Columbia): multilingualism in and extraordinary social and historical context / Armin Schwegler --
Spanish in contact with Arabic / Lotfi Sayahi --
Spanish in the United States, heritage language, L2 Spanish. --
Spanish in the United States: bilingual discourse martkers / Lourdes Torres --
Functional adaptation and conceptual convergence in the analysis of language contact in the Spanish of bilingual communities in New York / Ricardo Otheguy --
Code-switching among US Latinos / Almeida Jacqueline Toribio --
Language and social meaning in bilingual Mexico and the United States / Norma Mendoza-Denton and Bryan James Gordon --
Intrafamilial dialect contact / Kim Potowski --
Heritage language students: the case of Spanish / Guadalupe Valdés and Michelle Geoffrion-Vinci --
Language maintenance and language shift among US Latinos / Jorge Porcel --
Mockery and appropriation of Spanish in white spaces: perceptions of Latinos in the United States / Adam Schwartz --
Language policy/planning, language attittudes and ideology. --
Planning Spanish: nationalizing, minoritizing and globalizing performances / Ofelia García --
Bilingual education in Latin America / Serafín M. Coronel-Molina and Megan Solon --
Variation and identity in Spain / Juan Manuel Hernández-Campoy --
Variation and identity in the Americas / Mercedes Niño-Murcia --
Linguistic imperialism: who owns global Spanish? / Clare Mar-Molinero and Darren Paffey.
Series Title: Blackwell handbooks in linguistics.
Responsibility: edited by Manuel Díaz-Campos.

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