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Mon Feb 18 2008


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        1.    Robert Nicolaï, PUBLICATION : JLC VARIA1_2008

Message 1: PUBLICATION : JLC VARIA1_2008
Date: 16-Feb-2008
From: Robert Nicolaï <nicolaiunice.fr>
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The VARIA issue of the Journal of Language Contact (JLC)

has now appeared and can henceforth be downloaded from:

http://www.jlc-journal.org/ .

The complete issue as well as each separate article can be accessed

''Issues & Articles''.

Table of Contents

JLC general informations

Zelda Kahan Newman Layered, zippered and buttoned: the importation of
Hebrew into “Dos Yidishe Vort”

Celeste Sullivan A mechanism of lexical borrowing

Cecile Petitjean Représentations linguistiques et accents régionaux du français

Vesa Jarva Old Helsinki Slang and language mixing

Book Reviews
Katja Ploog Razafimandimbimana, Elatiana. Français, franglais, québé-quoi ?
Lukas Pietsch Onysko, Alexander. Anglicisms in German. Borrowing, Lexical
Productivity and Written Codeswitching.

We hope you will also visit our site http://www.jlc-journal.org/ for more
information on JLC. We would also like to invite you to distribute this
announcement to all your colleagues who might be interested. Thank you very
much in advance for your prospective support, comments and suggestions.

Publisher: Robert Nicolaï
(Chaire ‘Dynamique du langage et contact des langues’ de l’Institut
universitaire de France (nicolaiunice.fr).)

Managing Editor and Webmaster of http://jlc-journal.org: Henning Schreiber
(Institut für Afrikanische Sprachwissenschaften of the J.W. Goethe-University

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Lexicography; Linguistic Theories; Sociolinguistics

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