Atlantic Meets Pacific

A global view of pidginization and creolization

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Selected papers from the Society for Pidgin and Creole linguistics.
[Creole Language Library, 11]  1993.  ix, 465 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
v
Contents
vii
Introduction: Perspectives on the Atlantic and Pacific…and Beyond
Francis Byrne and John Holm †
1
1. Phonolgy
Latent Intervocalic Liquids in Aluku: Links to the Phonological Past of a Maroon creole
Kenneth M. Bilby
25
On Onsets: Explaining Negerhollands Initial Clusters
Robin Sabino
37
2. Morphology and Syntax
A Bantu Model for the Seychellois pour dire Complementizer
Charles Gilman
49
Polysemic Functionality of Prepositions in Pidgin and Creoles: The Case of fò in Anglo-Nigerian Pidgin
Charles C. Mann
57
Is Haitian Creole a Pro-Drop Language?
Michel DeGraff
71
Null Subject in Mauritian Creole and the Pro-Drop Parameter
Anand Syea
91
The Mauritian Creole lekor Reflective: Substrate Influence on the Target-Location Parameter
Guy Carden
105
Cliticization of pronouns in Berbice Dutch and Eastern Ijo
Silvia Kouwenberg
119
Are There Possessive Pronouns in Atlantic Creoles?
Salikoko S. Mufwene
133
Subject Pronouns and Person/ Number in Palenquero
Armin Schwegler
145
Are Ndjuká Comparative Markers Verbs?
George L. Huttar and Evert Koanting
165
Why Serial Verb Constructions? Neither Bioprogram nor Substrate!
Eric Schiller
175
Directional Serial Verb Constructions in Caribbean English Creoles
Donald Winford
183
A Few Observations on the Creole Aspectual Marker ta and Some Implications for Finiteness
Francis Byrne and Alexander F. Caskey
207
Origin and Development of ta in Afro-Hispanic Creoles
John M. Lipski
217
Creole Aspect and Morphological Typology
Stephen Matthews
233
Subjunctive Mood in Papiamentu
Philippe Maurer
243
The Decline of Predicate Marking in Tok Pisin
Suzanne Romaine
251
Stem and So-Called Anterior Verb Forms in Haitian Creole
Arthur K. Spears
261
3. Social Concerns
The Parallel Continuum Model for Suriname: A Preliminary Study
Maureen Healy
279
Haitian Creole as the Official Language in Education and in the Media: The Effects on Structure, Lexicon and Status
Kate Howe
291
Pidgins and Creoles in Education in Australia and the Southwest Pacific
Jeff Siegel
299
Is Tok a Threat to Sare?
Kenneth M. Sumbuk
309
4. Pidgins & Pidginization
A Contribution by an Old Creole to the Origins of Pidgin Portuguese
J. Clancy Clements
321
The Transitivizer and Pidgin Chronology
J.L. Dillard
333
Tok Pisin I Kamap Pisin Gen? Is Tok Pisin Repidginizing?
John Holm † and Christopher Kepiou
341
Documenting the Papian-Based Pidgins of Insular New Guinea
Jeffrey P. Williams
355
5. Creoles and Creolization
Towards a Gradualist Model of Creolization
Jacques Arends
371
The Genesis of Portuguese Creole in Africa
Hildo Honório do Couto
381
The Transmission of Creole Languages
Alexander Hull
391
African vs Austronesian Substrate Influence on the Spanish-Based Creoles
Gerardo A. Lorenzino
399
Antillean Creole on St Barthélemy
Julianne Maher
409
Hesseling and Van Ginneken on Language Contact, Variation, and Creolization
Peter Slomanson
419
6. Other Contact-induced Phenomena
Foreign Workers’ German: Is It a Pidgin?
Carol A. Blackshire-Belay
431
Shaba Swahili and the Processes of Linguistic Contact
Andre Mwamba Kapanga
441
Learning Pidgin English Trough Chinese Characters
Dingxu Shi
459
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  92037121