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2013.  In Language Contact and Language Conflict in Arabic,  pp. 349 ff. Crossref logo
Abu-Melhim, Abdel-Rahman
2014. Intra-lingual Code Alternation in Arabic: The Conversational Impact of Diglossia. Theory and Practice in Language Studies 4:5 Crossref logo
Albirini, Abdulkafi
2011. The sociolinguistic functions of codeswitching between Standard Arabic and Dialectal Arabic. Language in Society 40:5  pp. 537 ff. Crossref logo
Albirini, Abdulkafi & Brahim Chakrani
2017. Switching codes and registers: An analysis of heritage Arabic speakers’ sociolinguistic competence. International Journal of Bilingualism 21:3  pp. 317 ff. Crossref logo
Wendy Ayres-Bennett & John Bellamy
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Hachimi, Atiqa
2013. The Maghreb-Mashreq language ideology and the politics of identity 
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Hachimi, Atiqa
2016.  In Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics XXVII [Studies in Arabic Linguistics, 3],  pp. 123 ff. Crossref logo
Labied, Maria & Abdessamad Belangour
2021.  In 2021 IEEE 2nd International Conference on Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning (PRML),  pp. 208 ff. Crossref logo
Maschler, Yael
1991. The language games bilinguals play: Language alternation at language game boundaries. Language & Communication 11:4  pp. 263 ff. Crossref logo
Miller, Catherine & Jacopo Falchetta
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Shiri, Sonia
2013. Learners' attitudes toward regional dialects and destination preferences in study abroad. Foreign Language Annals 46:4  pp. 565 ff. Crossref logo

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