Review published In:
Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages
Vol. 11:2 (1996) ► pp.377382
Bernard, E.
(1969) A phonological study of the Costa Rican English creole. Master’s thesis. University of Wales.Google Scholar
Bryce-Laporte, R. S.
(1962) Social relations and cultural persistence (or change) among Jamaicans in a rural area of Costa Rica. Doctoral dissertation, Institute of Caribbean Studies, University of Puerto Rico, San Juan.Google Scholar
Herzfeld, A.
(1976) Towards the description of Creoles. In R. L. Brown, K. Houlihan, L. G. Hutchinson, & A. MacLeish (Eds.), Proceedings of the Mid-America Linguistics Conference (pp. 121–131). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Department of English and Linguistics.Google Scholar
(1978) Tense and aspect in Limon Creole: A sociolinguistic view towards a creole continuum. Doctoral dissertation, University of Kansas, Lawrence.Google Scholar
(1980a) Creole and standard languages: Contact and conflict. In P. H. Nelde (Ed.), Sprachkontakt und Sprachkonflikt (pp. 83–90). Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner.Google Scholar
(1980b) Bilingual instability as a result of government induced policies. ITL Review of Applied Linguistics, 481, 3–20. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
in press). Language and identity: The Black minority of Costa Rica. Explorations in Ethnic Studies. Manhattan, KS: Kansas State University. DOI logo
Wright, M. F.
(1974) Limon Creole: A syntactic analysis. Licenciatura thesis, Universidad de Costa Rica, San Jose.Google Scholar
Wolfe, T. A.
(1970) An exploratory study of the morphology and syntax of the English of the Province of Limon, Costa Rica. Licenciatura thesis, Universidad de Costa Rica, San Jose.Google Scholar
Zúñiga, T. V.
(1976) El anglicismo en el habla costarricense. San Jose, Costa Rica: Editorial Universidad de Costa Rica.Google Scholar