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TOC: Journal of Language Contact 3/1 (2010)

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        1.    Robert Nicolaï, Journal of Language Contact Vol. 3, No. 1 (2010)

Message 1: Journal of Language Contact Vol. 3, No. 1 (2010)
Date: 09-Jun-2010
From: Robert Nicolaï <nicolaieva.mpg.de>
Subject: Journal of Language Contact Vol. 3, No. 1 (2010)
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Publisher: Chaire Dynamique du langage - Institut universitaire de France


Journal Title: Journal of Language Contact
Volume Number: 3
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2010


Main Text:

Articles

Merlijn de Smit, "Modelling mixed languages: Some remarks on the case of Old
Helsinki Slang" 1
Andrei A. Avram, "An outline of Romanian Pidgin Arabic" 20

Graham Thurgood, "Hainan Cham, Anong, and Eastern Cham: Three languages, three
social contexts, three patterns of change" 39

Béatrice Akissi Boutin, "Syntagmes nominaux et syntagmes adpositionnels dans
trois langues en contact de Côte d'Ivoire" 66

Brad Montgomery-Anderson, "Grammaticalization through language contact: the
periphrastic passive in Chontal Mayan" 84

Book Reviews and Debates
 
Book reviews and debates : some explanations 101

Debates
 
Jonathan Owens, "What is a Language? : Review of Bernard Comrie, Ray Fabri,
Elizabeth Hume, Manwel Mifsud, Thomas Stolz & Martine Vanhove
(eds.), Introducing Maltese Linguistics. Selected papers from the 1st
International Conference on Maltese Linguistics, Bremen, 18-20 October. 2007,
XI, 422 pages. Studies in Language Companion Series 113. Amsterdam-Philadelphia:
John Benjamins." 103

Elisabetta Carpitelli, "Pour une théorie intégrée du plurilinguisme et du
contact linguistique. À propos de : Uriel Weinreich, Lingue in contatto.
Premessa di Vincenzo Orioles. Introduzione di Giorgio Raimondo Cardona, 2008,
352 pages. Torino, UTET (Unione Tipografico Editrice Torinese)." 119

Book Reviews
 
Georges D. Véronique, "Birgit Brock-Utne & Ingse Skattum (eds.). Languages and
Education in Africa. A comparative and transdisciplinary analysis, 2009, 356
pages. Oxford: Symposium Books." 129

Françoise Gadet, "Penelope Gardner-Chloros. Code-switching, 2009, 254 pages.
Cambridge University Press." 132

Nicolas Quint, "Magnus Huber & Viveka Villupillai (eds.). Synchronic and
Diachronic Perspectives on Contact Languages, 2007, XII + 370 pages.
Amsterdam-Philadelphia: John Benjamins." 136

Naomi Lapidus Shin, "Carol A. Klee & Andrew Lynch. El español en contacto con
otras lenguas, 2009, xiv + 331 pages. Washington DC: Georgetown University
Press." 155

Axel Fleisch, "Mena Lafkioui & Vermondo Brugnatelli (eds.). Berber in Contact.
Linguistic and sociolinguistic perspectives, 2008, 231pp. 4 colour
illustrations, 12 tables. [Berber Studies, vol. 22.] Köln: Rüdiger Köppe
Verlag." 161

Tjerk Hagemeijer, "Philippe Maurer. Principense - Grammar, texts, and vocabulary
of the Afro-Portuguese creole of the island of Príncipe, Gulf of Guinea, 2009,
vii+280 pages. London-Colombo: Battlebridge Publications." 165

Nélia Alexandre, "Nicolas Quint. L’Élément Africain dans la Langue Capverdienne
// Africanismos na Língua Caboverdiana, 2008, 133 pages. Paris : L’Harmattan." 169

Anthony P. Grant, "Rachel Selbach, Hugo C. Cardoso, & Margot van der Berg
(eds.), Gradual  creolization: studies celebrating Jacques Arends),  2009, X + 
392  pages. (Creole Language Library 34) Amsterdam - Pittsburgh: John
Benjamins." 174

Caroline Juillard, "Peter K.W.Tan & Rani Rubdy. Language as Commodity. Global
Structures, Local Marketplaces, 2008, 228 pages, London - New York: Continuum." 178

Carsten Sinner, "Robert E. Vann. Materials for the Sociolinguistic Description
and Corpus-Based Study of Spanish in Barcelona. Toward a Documentation of
Colloquial Spanish in Naturally Ocurring Groups, with a Foreword by Montserrat
Casanovas Catalá, 2009, xvi + 263 pages, 16 tables and 2 maps. The Edwid Mellen
Press, Lewiston, Queenston & Lampeter." 180
 
Books and journals received 183
 
JLC Authors and Referees (THEMA 1, 2 ; VARIA 1, 2, 3). 185


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