Creoles, Contact, and Language Change

Linguistic and social implications

Editors
| University of Minnesota
| University of California, Irvine
HardboundAvailable
ISBN 9789027252494 (Eur) | EUR 140.00
ISBN 9781588115515 (USA) | USD 210.00
 
e-Book
ISBN 9789027295088 | EUR 140.00 | USD 210.00
 
This volume contains a selection of fifteen papers presented at three consecutive meetings of the Society for Pidgin and Creole Linguistics, held in Washington, D.C. (January 2001); Coimbra, Portugal (June 2001); and San Francisco (January 2002). The fifteen articles offer a balanced sampling of creolists’ current research interests. All of the contributions address questions directly relevant to pidgin/creole studies and other contact languages. The majority of papers address issues of morphology or syntax. Some of the contributions make use of phonological analysis while others study language development from the point of view of acquisition. A few papers examine discourse strategies and style, or broader issues of social and ethnic identity. While this array of topics and perspectives is reflective of the diversity of the field, there is also much common ground in that all of the papers adduce solid data corpora to support their analyses. The range of languages analyzed spans the planet, as approximately twenty contact varieties are studied in this volume.
[Creole Language Library, 27]  2004.  x, 355 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Preface
vii–x
1. The origins of Macanese reduplication
Umberto Ansaldo and Stephen Matthews
1–19
2. Court records as a source of authentic early Sranan
Margot van den Berg and Jacques Arends
21–34
3. Garifuna in Belize and Honduras
Geneviève Escure
35–65
4. The Nova Scotia–Sierra Leone connection: New evidence on an early variety of African American Vernacular English in the diaspora
Magnus Huber
67–95
5. The development of variable NP plural agreement in a restructured African variety of Portuguese
Alan N. Baxter
97–126
6. Second language acquisition in creole genesis: The role of processability
Fredric Field
127–160
7. OT and the acquisition of Jamaican syllable structure
Rocky R. Meade
161–188
8. Double-object constructions in two French-based creoles (Morisyen and Seselwa)
Dany Adone
189–208
9. Passive voice in Papiamento: A corpus-based study on dialectal variability
Eva Martha Eckkrammer
209–219
10. Tone assignment on lexical items of English and African origin in Krio
Malcolm Awadajin Finney
221–236
11. TMA and the St. Lucian Creole verb phrase
David B. Frank
237–257
12. The Limonese calypso as an identity marker
Anita Herzfeld and David Moskowitz
259–284
13. The speech event kuutu in the Eastern Maroon community
Bettina Migge
285–306
14. Reflexivity in French-based creoles
Katrin Mutz
307–329
15. The role of style and identity in the development of Hawaiian Creole
Sarah J. Roberts
331–350
Index
351–354
“This volume constitutes an excellent collection of articles which explore language contact, change and creoles from a variety of perspectives and also through a broad linguistic spectrum which makes the text a great source of information.”
“This volume has been done very well overall. It clearly shows the benefits of stringent editorship and peer reviewing. The work of its authors represents a window into the state-of-the-art in Creole studies and beyond. It should not be missing in any collection with holdings on Creole or contact languages.”
Cited by

Cited by other publications

No author info given
2015.  In Pidgins, Creoles and Mixed Languages [Creole Language Library, 48], Crossref logo
Fleischmann Schwarz, Christina Tamaa & I. M. Nick
2018. “Mon respe tou lezot lalang!”: a case study of native teacher attitudes towards Creole-mediated multilingual education in Seychelles. Current Issues in Language Planning 19:2  pp. 183 ff. Crossref logo
Hickey, Raymond
2020.  In The Handbook of Language Contact,  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Kim, Andrea A., Sonia Morales, Ivette Lorenzana de Rivera, Mayte Paredes, Sandra Juarez, Berta Alvarez, Xin Liu, Bharat Parekh, Edgar Monterroso & Gabriela Paz-Bailey
2013. Short Communication: HIV Incidence Among Vulnerable Populations in Honduras: Results from an Integrated Behavioral and Biological Survey Among Female Sex Workers, Men Who Have Sex with Men, and Garifuna in Honduras, 2006. AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses 29:3  pp. 516 ff. Crossref logo
Muysken, Pieter & Geneviève Escure
2006.  In Handbook of Pragmatics,  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Sabbagh, Stephanie M. & Gordon M. Hickey
2019. Social Factors Affecting Sustainable Shark Conservation and Management in Belize. Sustainability 12:1  pp. 40 ff. Crossref logo
Szpara, Michelle Y. & E. Caroline Wylie
2008. Writing Differences in Teacher Performance Assessments: An Investigation of African American Language and Edited American English. Applied Linguistics 29:2  pp. 244 ff. Crossref logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 06 november 2020. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.

Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2004055094 | Marc record