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  • Pseudo-English

    inbunden, 2015, Engelska, ISBN 9781614516712

    This series offers a wide forum for work on contact linguistics, adopting an integrated approach to diachronic and synchronic manifestations of contact, ranging from social and

  • Multilingual Practices in Language History

    inbunden, 2017, Engelska, ISBN 9781501513817

    Texts of the past were often not monolingual but were produced by and for people with bi- or multilingual repertoires; the communicative practices witnessed in them therefore

  • Substrate and Adstrate

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    inbunden, 2015, Engelska, ISBN 9781614516200

    This series offers a wide forum for work on contact linguistics, adopting an integrated approach to diachronic and synchronic manifestations of contact, ranging from social and

  • Borrowed Morphology

    inbunden, 2014, Engelska, ISBN 9781614515562

    By integrating novel developments in both contact linguistics and morphological theory, this volume pursues the topic of borrowed morphology by recourse to sophisticated

  • Language Contact in a Postcolonial Setting

    inbunden, 2012, Engelska, ISBN 9781614512486

    This timely book brings together research on the features and evolution of Cameroon English and Cameroon Pidgin English, approached from a variety of innovative multilingual

  • Contact Languages

    inbunden, 2013, Engelska, ISBN 9781614514763

    This volume deals with several types of contact languages: pidgins, creoles, mixed languages, and multi-ethnolects. It also approaches contact languages from two perspectives: an

  • Dynamics of Contact-Induced Language Change

    inbunden, 2012, Engelska, ISBN 9783110271331

    Open publication The volume deals with previously undescribed morphosyntactic variations and changes appearing in settings involving language contact. Contact-induced changes are

  • Boundaries and Bridges

    inbunden, 2017, Engelska, ISBN 9781614516842

    Multidirectional language contact involving more than two languages is little described. However, it probably represents the most common type of contact in the world, where