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Title: Languages in Contact
Edited By: Dicky Gilbers
John Nerbonne
Jos Schaeken
Series Title: Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 28

Introduction. Ronelle ALEXANDER: Tracking Sprachbund Boundaries: Word Order in the Balkans. Peter BAKKER: Convergence Intertwining: An Alternative Way Towards the Genesis of Mixed Languages. David BECK: Bella Coola and North Wakashan: Convergence and Diversity in the Northwest Coast Sprachbund. Liya V. BONDARKO: Language Contacts: Phonetic Aspects. Hilhne BRIJNEN: German Influence on Sorbian Aspect: The Function of Directional Adverbs. Bernard COMRIE: Language Contact, Lexical Borrowing, and Semantic Fields. Ellen COURTNEY: Duplication in the L2 Spanish Produced by uechua-speaking Children: Transfer of a Pragmatic Strategy. N. Louanna FURBEE: Prestige, Power, and Potential for Language Shift: The Intrusion of Spanish into Tojolab'Al Maya. Lenore A. GRENOBLE: Morphosyntactic Change: The Impact of Russian on Evenki. Ekaterina GRUZDEVA: Aspects of Russian-Nivkh Grammatical Interference: The Nivkh Imperative. Cornelius HASSELBLATT: Estonian Between German and Russian: Facts and Fiction about Language Interference. Wilbert HEERINGA, John NERBONNE, Hermann NIEBAUM, Rogier NIEUWEBOER, Peter KLEIWEG: Dutch-German Contact in and Around Bentheim. Peter HOUTZAGERS: Effects of Language Contact as a Source of (Non)Information: The Historical Reconstruction of Burgenland Kajkavian. Lars JOHANSON: Linguistic Convergence in the Volga Area. Marina KHASANOVA: The Lower Amur Languages in Contact with Russian. Ane KLEINE: Varieties in Contact and Their Impact on Language Planning in Yiddish. Yuri KLEINER and Natalia SVETOZAROVA: uantity Loss in Yiddish: A Slavic Feature? Alexandr KRASOVICKY and Christian SAPPOK: The Isolated Russian Dialectal System in Contact with Tungus Languages in Siberia and the Far East. Jurij KUSMENKO and Michael RIESSLER: Traces of Sami-Scandinavian Contact in Scandinavian Dialects. Wouter KUSTERS: Morphological Simplification: More than Erosion? Jouko LINDSTEDT: Linguistic Balkanization: Contact-Induced Change by Mutual Reinforcement. Patrick-Andri MATHER: Creole Genesis: Evidence from West African L2 French. Pieter MUYSKEN: From Linguistic Areas to Areal Linguistics: A Research Proposal. Larissa NAIDITCH: Code-Switching and -Mixing in Russian-Hebrew Bilinguals. Irina NEVSKAJA: Shor-Russian Contact Features. Cecilia ODI: Some Notes on Prosody in Mpur and Local Indonesian. Pavel A. SKRELIN: Sound Databases in the Study of Phonetic Interference. Sarah GREY THOMASON: Linguistic Areas and Language History. Hanna TOBY: On the Low German Influence on Kashubian Dialects. Nina B. VOLSKAYA and Anna S. GRIGORYAN: Typological and Language Specific Features in Intonation uestions of Armenian and English.

Publication Year: 2000
Publisher: Rodopi
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Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics
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Format: Hardback
ISBN: 9042013222
ISBN-13: N/A
Pages: 339 p
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