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Query Details

Query Subject:   Code Switching
Author:   Sophie ALBY
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Discourse Analysis

Query:   I am presently doing some doctoral work on language contact french-kali'na
(an amerindian language spoken in French Guiana - Carib family) and I'm
looking for informations on the distinction between code-shifting /
code-switching / code-mixing.

And also trying to find the following papers :

DORON E., 1981, On formal models of code-switching, Ms

MOHAMED F., 1983, Arabic-English code-switching in the speech of a
six-years-old child, Ms (Source : PRINCE & PINTZUK, 1984)

NISHIMURA M., 1983, Intrasentential code-switching in Japanese/English,
diss. In prep., University of Pennsylvania (Source : PRINCE & PINTZUK, 1984)

Please reply to me on :
LL Issue: 10.1540
Date posted: 16-Oct-1999


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