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Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean

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J. Benjamins , Amsterdam, Philadelphia
English language -- Caribbean Area., English language -- Variation -- Caribbean Area., Creole dialects, English -- Caribbean Area., Languages in contact -- Caribbean Area., Caribbean Area -- Langu

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Caribbean Area, Caribbean

Statementedited by Michael Aceto, Jeffrey P. Williams.
SeriesVarieties of English around the world,, v. G30, Varieties of English around the world., v. 30.
ContributionsAceto, Michael., Williams, Jeffrey P. 1958-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPE3302 .C66 2003
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 320 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3563867M
ISBN 109027248907, 1588113639
LC Control Number2002033021

Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean is the first collection to focus, via primary linguistic fieldwork, on the underrepresented and neglected area of the Anglophone Eastern Caribbean. The following islands are included: The Virgin Islands (USA & British), Anguilla, Barbuda, Dominica, St.

Lucia, Carriacou, Barbados, Trinidad, and Guyana. Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean is the first collection to focus, via primary linguistic fieldwork, on the underrepresented and neglected area of the Anglophone Eastern Caribbean.

The following islands are included: The Virgin Islands (USA & British), Anguilla, Barbuda, Dominica, St. Lucia, Carriacou, Barbados, Trinidad, and Guyana. Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean is the first collection to focus, via primary linguistic fieldwork, on the underrepresented and neglected area of the Anglophone Eastern Caribbean.

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The following islands are included: The Virgin Islands (USA & British), Anguilla, Barbuda, Dominica, St. Lucia, Carriacou, Barbados, Trinidad, and : ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.

Contents: Introduction / Michael Aceto and Jeffrey P. Williams --Defining ethnic varieties in the Bahamas: phonological accommodation in black and white enclave communities / Becky Childs, Jeffrey Reaser, and Walt Wolfram --The grammatical.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: XX, Seiten: Illustrationen, Diagramme. Contents: 1. Map; 2. BOOK NOTICES Contact Englishes of the eastern Caribbean. by MICHAEL ACETO and JEFFREY P. WILLIAMS. Philadelphia: John Benjamins, Pp. ISBN $ (Hb). This book consists of an introduction and twelve original analyses of Eastern Caribbean languages, varieties that remain largely unexplored in Anglophone dialectology and pidgin and creole.

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Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean is the first collection to focus, via primary linguistic fieldwork, on the underrepresented and neglected area of the Anglophone Eastern Caribbean.

The following islands are included: The Virgin Islands (USA & British), Anguilla, Barbuda, Dominica, St. Lucia, Carriacou, Barbados, Trinidad, and Guyana.

In book: Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean (pp) Authors: Cecelia Anne Cutler. In Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean, Michael Aceto (ed.), John Benjamins, pp.

Eastern Caribbean English-derived language varieties: phonology. In Edgar W. Schneider, Kate Burridge, Bernd Kortmann, Rajend Edgar W. Schneider Mesthrie, and Clive Upton (eds.)   Book Series; Journals & Yearbooks.

New serials; Latest issues; Currently in production Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean. 95 – The establishment and perpetuation of Anglophone white enclave communities in the Eastern Caribbean. The case of Island Harbor, Anguilla. Jeffrey P. Williams | Cleveland State University. Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean, John Benjamins, Varieties of English Around the World G Ken Decker, SIL International INTRODUCTION "Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean" is a collection of papers by various authors with focus on Anglophone Eastern Caribbean territories.

More specifically, it is the editors interest in. Jeffrey P. Williams is Professor and Chair of Sociology at Texas Tech University. He previously taught at the University of Sydney and has conducted fieldwork in Papua New Guinea, the American Southwest and most recently with Montagnard refugees in North Carolina, USA.

He was the co-editor of Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean (). Restructured Englishes are spoken along the edges of virtually every major ocean or sea in the world because coastal sites were often the points of colonial contact with new territories.

There are satisfactory reasons for dividing the Caribbean regions into geographically designated western and eastern varieties on the basis of comparative.

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Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean. Michael Aceto & Jeffrey P. Williams (eds.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, XX + pp. (Cloth US$ ).

Geneviève Escure Department of English University of Minnesota Minneapolis MNU.S.A. Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean. Varieties of English Around the World G Varieties of English Around the World G Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Eastern Caribbean suprasegmental systems: A comparative view with particular reference to Barbadian, Trinidadian and Guyanese. In Aceto, Michael and Williams, Jeffrey. (eds.) Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp.

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More specifically, it is the editors interest in varieties that have received little attention in published linguistic research. Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean. Michael Aceto and Jeffrey P.

Williams, eds. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (Varieties of English around the World, G30), xx. Caribbean English dialects of the English language are spoken in the Caribbean and Liberia, most countries on the Caribbean coast of Central America, and Guyana and Suriname on the coast of South ean English is influenced by but is different from the English-based Creole varieties spoken in the region.

In the Caribbean, there is a great deal of variation in how English is spoken. Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean (Michael Aceto and Jeffrey P.

Williams, editors) James A. Walker: Languages and Prehistory of Central Siberia (Edward J. The first volume appeared in and the second volume appeared in April of My first edited book (lead editor was Michael Aceto) was on contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean (Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean, John Benjamins, ).

I am writing a book on the sociolinguistic history of English in the West Indies for. This book engages with English in globalization, re-examining and re-interpreting the contemporary contexts of its acquisition and use.

The chapters contained in this book weave together four inter-related themes that define the role of English in the global context: the ‘centrality of structure’, ‘relationships of interdependence’, ‘social constructions of difference’ and. This volume brings together thirty-six chapters on World Englishes, which are here understood to refer to the full range of Englishes, both where English dominates as a native language and not.

The collection is designed to offer a mutually constructive engagement with current linguistic theories, methods, questions, and hypotheses. With this primary theoretical orientation in sight, the. This book documents the linguistic properties of lesser-known varieties of English from the Pacific, South America and the South Atlantic to West Africa and the Caribbean, exploring their social histories and showing their relevance for language spread and s: 1.Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean.

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