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Journal Title: Spanish in Context
Volume/Issue:   10 / 3
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 2013. iii, 127 pp.

Table of Contents


Sociopolitical and institutional conditions for teaching Spanish as a L2 in US universities
Manel Lacorte
331 – 349

Los índices metapragmáticos, la argumentación y el caso de la participación ciudadana en juicios penales
Isolda E. Carranza
350 – 370

Tuteo and voseo in the classroom: Linguistic attitudes among Montevidean educators
Joseph R. Weyers and Germán Canale
371 – 389

Spanish/English contact in rural Puerto Rico: Sociolinguistic variation, context, and text
Jonathan Holmquist
390 – 409

Voiceless stop aspiration in Yucatan Spanish: A sociolinguistic analysis
Jim Michnowicz and Lindsey Carpenter
410 – 437

Book reviews

Virginia Mitchell Scott. Double Talk
Reviewed by Aarón Caldera Segovia
439 – 443

Kim Potowski and Jason Rothman (eds.). Bilingual Youth: Spanish in English-speaking societies
Reviewed by María Luisa Parra
444 – 450

Christián Abelló Contesse, Christoph Ehlers, Lucía Quintana Hernández (eds.). Escenarios bilingües. El contacto de lenguas en el individuo y la sociedad
Reseña de Reseña de Milin Bonomi
451 – 454


455 – 457
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
Subject Language(s): English
LL Issue: 24.4925