Pidginization and Creolization of Languages

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Contents

Preface DELL HYMES University of Pennsylvania
3
The study of pidgin and creole languages DAVID
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Introduction
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The Katanga Lubumbashi Swahili Creole EDGAR POLOMÉ
57
Introduction
65
Linguistic hybridization and the special case of pidgins and creoles
91
Salient and substantive pidginization WILLIAM J SAMARIN Uni
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a study of normal speech
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Grammatical and lexical affinities of creoles DOUGLAS TAYLOR
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Introduction
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Varieties of creole in Suriname
305
Prestige in choice of language and linguistic form CHRISTIAN
317
The art of reading creole poetry JAN VOORHOEVE University
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can dialect boundaries be defined? BERYL L BAILEY
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Toward a generative analysis of a postcreole speech continuum DAVID
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some sociolinguistic
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a case from the IndoAryanDravidian
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Acculturation and the cultural matrix of creolization MERVYN C
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Hypotheses as to the origin and modification of pidgins MARTIN
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Introduction
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Tracing the pidgin element in Jamaican Creole with notes on method
203
Lexical origins and semantic structure in Philippine Creole Spanish
223
The strange case of Mbugu Tanzania MORRIS GOODMAN North
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an analysis of the historical origins
255
A report on Chinook Jargon TERRENCE S KAUFMAN University
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Kongo words in Saramacca Tongo JAN DAELEMAN Lovanium
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A provisional comparison of the Englishderived Atlantic creoles
287
The creolist and the study of Negro NonStandard dialects in
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some observations on the role
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Introduction
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The notion of system in creole languages WILLIAM LABOV
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Language history and creole studies HENRY M HOENIGSWALD
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The sociohistorical background to pidginization and creolization
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Some suggested fields for research John E REINECKE Honolulu
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B A map and list of pidgin and creole languages IAN F HANCOCK
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Index
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