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LINGUIST List 16.2609

Sun Sep 11 2005

Qs: Linguistic Maps; AAVE/Standard English Code-Switch

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        1.    Melissa R. Moore, Linguistic Maps
        2.    Erica Greenberg, AAVE-Standard English Code-Switching


Message 1: Linguistic Maps
Date: 11-Sep-2005
From: Melissa R. Moore <whereiamnowhotmail.com>
Subject: Linguistic Maps


I am searching for a world map (as comprehensive as possible) wherein each
area/country/region is labeled with the mother tongue.

Any ideas of where to search for such a map? I haven't had any luck by
browsing the web.

Thanks

Melissa R. Moore

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Message 2: AAVE-Standard English Code-Switching
Date: 08-Sep-2005
From: Erica Greenberg <erica.greenbergyale.edu>
Subject: AAVE-Standard English Code-Switching


Dear Linguists,

I am beginning research on the acquisition of code-switching by young
speakers of AAVE learning standard English in school and other
environments. However, finding the most recent relevant literature has
proven difficult. Any advice on good articles or general code-switching
research methods would be much appreciated.

Thanks,
Erica

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                            Language Acquisition
                            Sociolinguistics
Language Family(ies): English



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