Style and register in Jamaican Patwa
Cited by 8 other publications
‘Nobody canna cross it’: language-ideological dimensions of hypercorrect speech in Jamaica
English Language and Linguistics
pp. 129 ff.
Global reggae and the appropriation of Jamaican Creole
pp. 668 ff.
Contrast and convergence in Standard Jamaican English: the phonological architecture of the standard in an ideologically bidialectal community
pp. 9 ff.
Léglise, Isabelle, Bettina Migge & Nicolas Quint
Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages
pp. 1 ff.
Words to Make you Laugh?: Performing the Public in Guadeloupean Comedy Sketches
Journal of Linguistic Anthropology
Code‐switching and social identities in the Eastern Maroon community of Suriname and French Guiana1
Journal of Sociolinguistics
pp. 53 ff.
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