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Author Auer, Peter.
Title Bilingual Conversation [electronic resource].
Pub Info Amsterdam/Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 1984.
Descript 1 online resource (124 p.)
Subject Language and languages.
Code switching (Linguistics)
EDUCATION / Bilingual Education
Genre Electronic books.
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Contents BILINGUAL CONVERSATION; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Acknowledgements; Table of contents; 1. INTRODUCTION: LANGUAGE ALTERNATION AND THE STUDY OF BILINGUAL CONVERSATION; 2. TWO BASIC PROCEDURES FOR THE PRODUCTION AND INTERPRETATION OF LANGUAGE ALTERNATION; 2.1. Discourse vs. participant related language alternation; 2.2. Transfer vs. code-switching; 3. PROTOTYPICAL LOCAL MEANINGS; 3.1 Discourse related code-switching; 3.1.1. Change of participant constellation; 3.1.2. Sequential subordination; 3.1.3. Double cohesion; 3.2. Participant related code-switching
3.3. Participant related transfer3.3.1. Time-out transfers; 3.3.2. Subsequent same-turn repair (initiation); 3.3.3. Prosodic marking; 3.4. Discourse related transfer; 4. POLYVALENT LOCAL MEANINGS; 4.1. Between participant and discourse related switching; 4.1.1. Defensive code-switching; 4.1.2. Directionality of code-switching; 4.2. Between transfer and code-switching; 4.2.1. III-defined units; 4.2.2. Turn-internal code-switching; 5. CONCLUSION; NOTES; REFERENCES; APPENDIX: TRANSCRIPTION CONVENTIONS;
Summary Code-switching and related phenomena have met with linguists' increasing interest over the last decade. However, much of the research has been restricted to the structural (grammatical) properties of the use of two languages in conversation; scholars who have tried to capture the interactive meaning of switching have often failed to go beyond more or less anecdotal descriptions of individual, particularly striking, cases. The book bridges this gap by providing a coherent, comprehensive and generative model for language alternation, drawing on recent trends and methods in conversational analysi.
Related To Print version: Auer, Peter Bilingual Conversation Amsterdam/Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company,c1984 9789027225412
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