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TOC: Int'l J of the Sociology of Language, Issue 149

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Message 1: International Journal of the Sociology of Language, Issue 149 (2001)

Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 13:20:45 +0200
From: Gillian Caglayan <G.CaglayandeGruyter.de>
Subject: International Journal of the Sociology of Language, Issue 149 (2001)

International Journal of the Sociology of Language
General Editor: Joshua A. Fishman
ISSN: 0165-2516

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2001, Issue 149
Between Koineization and Standardization: New World Spanish Revisited
Issue Editor: Margarita Hidalgo

This volume commemorates the one-hundredth anniversary of research in
New World Spanish. It reviews the major works that contributed to its
definition in sociolinguistic terms, explores a model of historical
evolution (koineization, vernacularization, and standardization), and
introduces case studies from Mexico, Peru and Colombia. It proposes
refinements to the model by including an intermediate stage of
evolution - diversification - and by illustrating the process of
de-standardization in peripheral areas of the continent. It also
offers a review article on Afrohispanic creoles.


MARGARITA HIDALGO
Issue editor's foreword

MARGARITA HIDALGO
One century of study in New World Spanish

CLAUDIA PARODI
Contacto de dialectos y lenguas en el Nuevo Mundo: La vernacularizaci�n
del espa�ol en Am�rica

MARGARITA HIDALGO
Sociolinguistic stratification in New Spain

ANNA MAR�A ESCOBAR
Contact features in Colonial Peruvian Spanish

GERM�N DE GRANDA
Procesos de "estandarizaci�n revertida" en la configuraci�n hist�rica
del espa�ol americano: el caso del espacio surandino

MERCEDES NI�O-MURCIA
Late-stage standardization and language ideology in the Colombian press


Review article

F. DANIEL ALTHOFF
Hispanic and Afro-Hispanic languages in the Americas. Review of Am�rica
negra: panor�mica actual de los estudios ling��sticos sobre variedades
hispanas, portuguesas y criollas, edited by Matthias Perl and Armin
Schwegler; and Huellas etno-socioling��sticas bozales y afrocubanas, by
Luis A. Ortiz L�pez


Small languages and small language communities 33

ROLAND BRETON
Les langues non-�tatiques d'Europe: relev� g�opolitique et d�mographique



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