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"Code Switching" in Sociocultural Linguistics Chad Nilep

Colorado Research in Linguistics. June 2006. Vol. 19. Boulder: University of Colorado. © 2006 by Chad Nilep. "Code Switching" in Sociocultural Linguistics Chad Nilep University of Colorado, Boulder This paper reviews a brief portion of the literature on code switching in sociology, linguistic ...

Statistical Methods and Linguistics

Statistical Methods and Linguistics Steven Abney University of T¨ubingen In the space of the last ten years, statistical methods have gone from being virtually unknown in computational linguistics to beinga fundamental given.

Linguistics, education, and the Ebonics firestorm

Content made available by Georgetown University Press, Digital Georgetown, and the Department of Languages and Linguistics. Linguistics, education, and the Ebonics firestorm John R. Rickford Stanford University Introduction .

New and Recent Titles

NEW LINGUISTICS An Introduction to Language and Communication Sixth Edition Adrian Akmajian, Richard A. Demers, Ann K. Farmer, and Robert M. Harnish This popular introductory linguistics text is unique for its integration of themes.

Linguistics and Language Teaching

SLING2K Workshop Charles E. Townsend February, 2000 Princeton University Topic: Linguistics and Language Teaching townsend@phoenix.princeton.edu Linguistics and Language Teaching The very title of my paper seems an odd juxtaposition these days, because my main subject—and one of my chief ...

Linguistics The School of Humanities

188 Linguistics The School of Humanities Degrees Offered: BA, MA, PhD BA in Linguistics The department offers both a major program in linguistics and a Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language, which may be earned with or without a linguistics major.

Endangered Languages, Linguistics, and Culture: Researching ...

Endangered Languages, Linguistics, and Culture: Researching and Reviving the Unami Language of the Lenape By Maureen Hoffmann A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Linguistics Bryn Mawr College May 2009

Paper I: General Linguistics

1 Linguistics Grade XI Paper I: General Linguistics Full Marks: 100 Teaching Hours: 150 1. Introduction This course is designed to provide students with understanding and knowledge of the fundamental principles of general linguistics.

Peter H. Fries, Central Michigan University

89 Charles C. Fries, linguistics and corpus linguistics * Peter H. Fries, Central Michigan University Abstract The field of corpus linguistics is commonly regarded as a new approach to lin

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