Duelling Languages: Grammatical Structure in Codeswitching

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Index
Adaŋme/English CS 28, 32, 42 agglutinative languages and CS 31-2, 102
Akan cluster/English CS 33, 98, 107 n., 147, 156
Alsatian/French CS 13, 89, 233
Anjum, T. 123
Annamalai, E. 33, 113
Ansre, G. 178
Appel, R. and Muysken, P. 112, 166
Arabic loans in Swahili 11, 179, 186-7
Arabic (Moroccan)/Dutch CS in the Netherlands97, 154
Arabic (Moroccan)/French CS 29, 33, 106, 151, 154
Arabic (Egyptian)/English CS 131
Asante (Akan cluster)/English CS 147, 156
Ashton, E. O. 93 asymmetry in CS 35-7
Azuma, S. 35, 39, 45, 48, 61, 82, 82 n., 112, 121
B (borrowed) forms (largely content morphemes):
alternative morphology in Zulu 187
bare forms 187-8
core lexemes from an EL, sociolinguistic factors 177
cultural forms compared with core forms 16, 168-70, 206
English 'because' and 'but' in Shona 201-2
English numbers in Shona 195-201; in Swahili 201
entry in ML mental lexicon 16, 207
incomplete morphological integration 183-91
phonological integration 17 n., 21-3, 177-80
predominately content morphemes 174
system morphemes as B forms 205-6, 212, 218-26
B and CS forms (borrowed and codeswitched) forms:
distinctions 15-16, 20-4, 165-5, 182, 191-3, 205-7, 231
predictability and frequency as the criterion 16, 191, 193-5
Backus, A. 69, 96-7, 112, 133
Baetens-Beardsmore, H. 166
Balkan languages 218-19
bare forms in CS 85, 93, 95-7, 112-16, 126, 136, 183, 188, 192
in EL islands 150
Bentahila, A. and Davies, E. D. 29, 31, 33, 39, 89, 106, 121, 151, 154, 234
Berg, T. 64
Berk-Seligson, S. 29, 31, 96, 180
Bernsten, J. 161, 165, 170, 170 n., 175, 178-9, 180 n., 185, 190-1, 197, 199-200, 200 n., 202
and Myers-Scotton, C. 168, 216
Bickmore, L. S. 113
Bierwisch, M. 52
bilingualism, problem in defining 193
Blocking Hypothesis 7, 40, 66, 76, 96, 120-32, 136, 140, 145, 148, 173, 230
exception 132
see alsocongruence
Blom, J. P. and Gumperz, J. J. 73
Bock, J. K. 49, 50, 59, 60-1, 64, 144
and Loebel, H. 49, 50, 55
Boeschoten, H. 107
Bokamba, E. 23-4, 29, 31, 37 n., 62 n., 67, 110-11, 131, 133
Bolinger, D. 48
Bolivian Quechua 112
borrowing versus language shift 211-12
Brenzinger, M. 209, 222-3
Bresnan, J. 49, 135
Brown, B. 152-3
Burki-Cohen, J., Grosjean, F., and Miller, J. L. 47, 194
Butterworth, B. 60 n., 61, 135
Campbell, L. 168
Canada, borrowing and codeswitching 67, 178, 180, 215-16

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Duelling Languages: Grammatical Structure in Codeswitching
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Symbols and Abbreviations xii
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • Summary 18
  • 2 - The Search for Structural Constraints on Codeswitching 19
  • Introduction 19
  • Conclusion 45
  • 3 - Background for the Matrix Language-Frame Model: Production Models and Identifying the Matrix Language 46
  • Introduction 46
  • 4 - Regulating Two at Once, I: the Matrix Language-Frame Model 75
  • 5 - Regulating Two at Once, Ii: Congruence in Ml+El Constituents and El Islands 120
  • 6 - Relating Lexical Borrowing and Codeswitching 163
  • 7 - Codeswitching and Deep Grammatical Borrowing 208
  • Introduction 208
  • Conclusion 227
  • 8: Conclusions 229
  • Afterword 240
  • References 260
  • Index 275
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