Spanish in Contact

Policy, Social and Linguistic Inquiries

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| University of Illinois at Chicago
| University of Illinois at Chicago
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This volume, covering a range of topics such as Spanish as a heritage language in the United States, policy issues, pragmatics and language contact, sociolinguistic variation and contact, and Bozal (Creole) Spanish, will serve the interests of linguists, educators, and policy makers alike. It provides cutting edge research on varieties of Spanish spoken by children, teenagers, and adults in places as diverse as Chicago, New York, New Mexico, and Houston; Valencia and Galicia; the Andean highlands; and the border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic. The emphasis is on spoken Spanish, although researchers also investigate code-switching in the lyrics of bachata songs and the presence of creole in Cuban and Brazilian literature. This collection will be of interest wherever Spanish is spoken.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
ix–xx
Part I. Heritage Spanish in the United States
1
1. Subjects in early dual language development: A case study of a Spanish-English bilingual child
Carmen Silva-Corvalán and Noelia Sánchez-Walker
3–22
2. Interpreting mood distinctions in Spanish as a heritage language
Silvina Montrul
23–40
3. Anglicismos en el léxico disponible de los adolescentes hispanos de Chicago
Francisco Moreno-Fernández
41–58
Part II. Education and policy issues
59
4. Teaching Spanish in the U.S.: Beyond the one-size-fits-all paradigm
Maria M. Carreira
61–79
5. The politics of English and Spanish aquí y allá
Lourdes Torres
81–99
6. Language attitudes and the lexical de-Castilianization of Valencian: Implications for language planning
Manuel Triano-López
101–118
7. Are Galicians bound to diglossia?: An analysis of the nature, uses and values of standard Galician
Verónica Loureiro-Rodríguez
119–132
Part III. Pragmatics and contact
133
8. Addressing peers in a Spanish-English bilingual classroom
Janet M. Fuller, Minta Elsman and Kevan Self
135–151
9. Style variation in Spanish as a heritage language: A study of discourse particles in academic and non-academic registers
Ana Sánchez Muñoz
153–171
10. “Baby I'm Sorry, te juro, I'm Sorry”: Subjetivización versus objetivización mediante el cambio de códigos inglés/español en la letra de una canción de bachata actual
Linda Ohlson
173–189
11. Cross-linguistic influence of the Cuzco Quechua epistemic system on Andean Spanish
Marilyn S. Manley
192–209
12. La negación en la frontera domínico-haitiana: Variantes y usos (socio)lingüísticos
Luis A. Ortiz López
211–233
Part IV. Variation and contact
235
13. On the development of contact varieties: The case of Andean Spanish
Anna María Escobar
237–252
14. Linguistic and social predictors of copula use in Galician Spanish
Kimberly L. Geeslin and Pedro Guijarro-Fuentes
253–273
15. Apuntes preliminares sobre el contacto lingüístico y dialectal en el uso pronominal del español en Nueva York
Ricardo Otheguy and Ana Celia Zentella
275–295
16. Is the past really the past in narrative discourse?
Nydia Flores-Ferrán
297–307
17. The impact of linguistic constraints on the expression of futurity in the Spanish of New York Colombians
Rafael Orozco
309–325
18. Quantitative evidence for contact-induced accommodation: Shifts in /s/ reduction patterns in Salvadoran Spanish in Houston
Jessi Elana Aaron and José Esteban Hernández
327–341
19. Está muy diferente a como era antes: Ser and Estar + Adjective in New Mexico Spanish
Michelle L. Salazar
343–353
Part V. Bozal Spanish
355
20. Where and how does bozal Spanish survive?
John M. Lipski
357–373
21. The appearance and use of bozal language in Cuban and Brazilian neo-African literature
William W. Megenney
375–392
Index
393–395
“This book covers diverse topics tackled from different theoretical approaches and analyzed in a broad range of social contexts. It is a key volume on linguistic and language issues, essential reading for anyone with an interest in the situation currently being faced by Spanish as it is spoken in contact with other languages across the globe.”
“Taken together, Spanish in Contact: Policy, social and linguistic inquiries has many strengths: The volume brings together cutting edge papers by leading and emerging scolars in the field; the papers are expertly edited and tightly argued and ; there is a diverse range of contexts, languages, regions and subjects represented. No doubt readers will find much of great use and interest here.”
“Spanish is in contact with other languages in many different geographical and social settings. This makes a comparative survey such as the present book an intellectually very stimulating project. I particularly appreciate the mix of more strictly academic and social and educational concerns.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFB – Sociolinguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2007008298