Issues in English Creoles

Papers from the 1975 Hawaii Conference

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The purpose of this volume is to make more accessible, for the use of researchers and students in the field of pidgins and creoles, presentations of the third International Conference on Pidgins and Creoles in Honolulu, 1975, dealing with English-based creoles. Aside from their documentary value, the ten papers of this volume are of interest for several reasons: they contain interesting data and observations on the languages themselves, in particular Trinidadian Creole, Guyanese Creole, St. Kitts Creole, and Bahamian English. Additionally, the contributions are significant for the insights they have into the importance of variation, a topic which must be confronted by those who investigate pidgins and creoles. Apart from Bickerton’s paper dealing with universals, the papers are presented according to the geographic area where the linguistic systems are used.
[Varieties of English Around the World, G2]  1980.  xi, 185 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: Julius Groos Verlag
Table of Contents
Richard R. Day
Creolization, Linguistic Universals, Natural Semantax and the Brain
Derek Bickerton
The Adequacy of Certain Theories in Accounting for Important Grammatical Relationship in a Creole Language
Peter A. Roberts
On the Notion of Decreolization and St. Kitts Creole Personal Pronouns
Vincent O. Cooper
The Creole Situation in the Context of Sociolinguistic Studies
Donald Winford
How Does Doz Disappear?
John R. Rickford
From Preposistion to Complementizer in Caribbean English Creole
William Washabaugh
A Creole English Continuum and the Theory of Grammar
Dennis R. Craig
Bahamian English — A Non-Continuum?
Alison Watt Shilling
Sufficiency Conditions for a Prior Creolization of Black English
Robert Berdan
Lexicalization in Black English
Carol W. Pfaff
List of Papers Presented
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