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Query Details


Query Subject:   Japanese/English codeswitching
Author:   Chad.Nilep
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Query:   I am currently investigating code-switching among Japanese nationals
living in Colorado (USA). I am interested in the functional and/or
social significance of code switching, particularly as it relates to
this international community. I would appreciate any pointers to work
dealing with code switching among Japanese in English speaking
countries, or similar expatriate communities. In addition, work on
code switching as a communicative or socializing resource would be
appreciated. I will, of course, make a summary to the list.

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Chad D. Nilep
University of Colorado Boulder
Chad.Nilep@Colorado.edu


LL Issue: 12.2767
Date posted: 06-Nov-2001



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