Vol. 65 (2001) ► pp.41–54
De Triggertheorie Voor Codewisseling
De oorspronkelijke en een aangepaste versie
This article is about the triggering hypothesis for codeswitching. The original version of the hypothesis is not compatible with recent theories on speech production. Its claim that words have a raised chance of being codeswitched when they verge on a trigger word is inconsistent with the assumption that language choice occurs before the formation of a surface structure. A new version of the triggering hypothesis has been developed winch states that the selection of a cognate, due to a large semantic overlap with its translation equivalent, increases the chance of a codeswitch occurring at a following selection procedure. Both the original and the adjusted versions of the triggering hypothesis have been tested and both are partially borne out by the data.
Article language: Dutch
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