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Ethnic Styles of Speaking in European Metropolitan Areas
Edited by Friederike Kern and Margret Selting
[Studies in Language Variation 8] 2011
► pp. 101129
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FAGYAL, ZSUZSANNA & EIVIND TORGERSEN
2018. Prosodic rhythm, cultural background, and interaction in adolescent urban vernaculars in Paris: case studies and comparisons. Journal of French Language Studies 28:2  pp. 165 ff. DOI logo
Grondelaers, Stefan & Stefania Marzo
2023. Why does the shtyle spread? Street prestige boosts the diffusion of urban vernacular features. Language in Society 52:2  pp. 295 ff. DOI logo
Hinskens, Frans, Roeland van Hout, Pieter Muysken & Ariën van Wijngaarden
2021. Variation and change in grammatical gender marking: the case of Dutch ethnolects. Linguistics 59:1  pp. 75 ff. DOI logo
Hinskens, Frans L.
2014. Despite or because of intensive contact?. In Stability and Divergence in Language Contact [Studies in Language Variation, 16],  pp. 109 ff. DOI logo
Hinskens, Frans L. & Etske Ooijevaar
Jaspers, Jürgen
2017. The colour of Dutch. Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics 6:2  pp. 231 ff. DOI logo
Kossmann, Maarten
2019. Is Dutch Straattaal a mixed multiethnolect? A Moroccan perspective. Applied Linguistics Review 10:3  pp. 293 ff. DOI logo
Morand, Marie-Anne , Sandra Schwab & Stephan Schmid
2020. The perception of multiethnolectal Zurich German: A continuum rather than clear-cut categories. Loquens 7:2  pp. e072 ff. DOI logo
Nortier, Jacomine
2018. Language and identity practices among multilingual Western European youths. Language and Linguistics Compass 12:5 DOI logo
Wiese, Heike
2020. Contact in the City. In The Handbook of Language Contact,  pp. 261 ff. DOI logo

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