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Journal Title: Journal of Language Contact
Volume/Issue:   7 / 1
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: Editorial Note

Articles

Introduction: French Language(s) in Contact Worldwide: History, Space, System, and other Ecological Parameters
Françoise Gadet and Ralph Ludwig

Decrire le français en relation aux langues en contact : L’exemple du dioula et du baoulé en Côte d’Ivoire
Béatrice Akissi Boutin

La dimension pragmatico-discursive du français en contact : L’exemple des consultations à la radio camerounaise
Martina Drescher

Le français en Haïti, le Français d’Haïti : Du XVIIe Siècle à nos jours
Dominique Fattier

“Carrefour Louisiane”: Aspects of Language Contact in the History of Louisiana French
Ingrid Neumann-Holzschuh

Hybrid Languages in Canada Involving French: The Case of Michif and Chiac
Robert A. Papen

Book Reviews

Emilie Caratini. Gess, Randall, Chantal Lyche and Trudel Meisenburg, eds.
Phonological Variation in French. Illustrations from three Continents,
Studies in Language Variation 11

Dominique Huck. Tabouret-Keller Andrée, Le bilinguisme en procès,
cent ans d’errance (1840–1940)

Paula Prescod. Angela Bartens and Philip Baker, eds. Black through white.
African words and calques which survived slavery and Creoles and transplanted European languages
Publisher: Brill
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Historical Linguistics
Pragmatics
Sociolinguistics
Syntax
Subject Language(s): Baoulé
Michif
Cree, Plains
Dyula
English
French, Cajun
French
Creole, Haitian
Language Family(ies): Niger-Congo
 
LL Issue: 25.1716