Hispanic Contact Linguistics

Theoretical, methodological and empirical perspectives

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| University of Puerto Rico
| University of Puerto Rico
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This volume comprises cutting edge research on language contact and change. The chapters present a wide scope of settings in which Spanish is in contact with other languages, such as Catalan, English, and Quechua; a large breadth of geographical areas (e.g., United States, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina); and varied participant groups, ranging from dialect contacts, second-language learners and heritage speakers to balanced bilinguals and code-switchers. Taken together, the chapters provide rich empirical descriptions of data pertaining to different levels of language, diverse – naturalistic and experimental – methodological approaches to data collection, as well as theoretical implications of the findings. The interdisciplinary perspective adopted by the authors contributes to the linguistic analysis and offers important insights into theoretical linguistics in general, and into theories of sociolinguistics, language variation, bilingualism, and second language acquisition.
[Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 22]  2020.  vii, 336 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
vii
Hispanic contact linguistics: Theoretical, methodological, and empirical perspectives
Luis A. Ortiz López, Rosa E. Guzzardo Tamargo and Melvin González-Rivera
2–8
Theoretical and methodological approaches
12–81
Chapter 1. The New Spanishes in the context of contact linguistics: Toward a unified approach
Donald Winford
12–41
Chapter 2. Chocó Spanish: An Afro-Hispanic language on the Spanish frontier
Sandro Sessarego
44–59
Chapter 3. Methodological considerations in heritage language studies: A comparison of sociolinguistic and acquisition-based tasks
Zoe McManmon
62–81
Phonetics, phonology, prosody
86–136
Chapter 4. Social change and /s/ variation in Concepción, Chile and Lima, Peru: The role of dialect and sociolectal contact
Brandon M.A. Rogers and Carol A. Klee
86–113
Chapter 5. The acento pujado in Yucatan Spanish: Prosodic rhythm and the search for the yucateco accent
Jim Michnowicz and Alex Hyler
116–136
Morphology
140–211
Chapter 6. First person singular subject expression in Caribbean heritage speaker Spanish oral production
Ana de Prada Pérez
140–162
Chapter 7. Use of the Present Perfect Indicative in New York Dominican Spanish
Cecily Corbett, Juanita Reyes and Lotfi Sayahi
164–178
Chapter 8. Transfer and convergence between Catalan and Spanish in a bilingual setting
Amelia Jiménez-Gaspar, Acrisio Pires and Pedro Guijarro-Fuentes
180–211
Syntax
216–259
Chapter 9. The distribution and use of present and past progressive forms in Spanish-English and Spanish-Brazilian Portuguese bilinguals
Julio César López Otero and Alejandro Cuza
216–233
Chapter 10. Portuguese-Spanish contacts in Misiones, Argentina: Probing (for) code-switching constraints
John M. Lipski
236–259
Language variation, linguistic perceptions and attitudes
264–334
Chapter 11. Real perception or perceptive accommodation?: The Dominirican ethnic-dialect continuum and sociolinguistic context
Luis A. Ortiz López and Cristina Martínez Pedraza
264–282
Chapter 12. Andean Spanish and Provinciano identity: Language attitudes and linguistic ideologies towards Andean Migrants in Lima, Peru
Daniela Salcedo Arnaiz
284–314
Chapter 13. On the effects of Catalan contact in the variable expression of Spanish future tense: A contrastive study of Alcalá de Henares, Madrid and Palma, Majorca
Andrés Enrique-Arias and Beatriz Méndez Guerrero
316–334
Index
335
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF/2AD – Linguistics/Romance, Italic & Rhaeto-Romanic languages
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2019044649