Ethnic styles of speaking in European metropolitan areas /

In recent years, ethnic ways of speaking by young people with migrant background have become an important research object in sociolinguistics; work on these ways of speaking has been prospering in many European countries. This work is continued in the present volume, with the aim of bringing togethe...

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Other Authors: Kern, Friederike., Selting, Margret.
Format: eBook
Published: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub., ©2011.
Series:Studies in language variation ; v. 8.
Online Access:Available via EBSCO eBook Collection
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Friederike Kern
  • The emergence and diffusion of multicultural English / Sue Fox, Arfaan Khan and Eivind Torgersen
  • Kiezdeutsch as a multiethnolect / Ulrike Freywald [and others]
  • Prosodic style-shifting in preadolescent peer-group interactions in a working-class suburb of Paris / Zsuzsanna Fagyal and Christopher M. Stewart
  • Emerging Moroccan and Turkish varieties of Dutch : ethnolects or ethnic styles? / Frans Hinskens
  • Prosody and unit-construction in an ethnic style : the case of Turkish German and its use and function in conversation / Margret Selting
  • Rhythm in Turkish German talk-in-interaction / Friederike Kern
  • Constructions with Turkish şey and its German equivalent dings in Turkish-German conservations : şey and dings in Turkish-German / Yazgül Şimşek
  • Joint attention and cooperation in the Swedish of adolescents in multilingual settings : the use of sån 'such' and såhar 'like' / Lena Ekberg
  • Linguistic variation and linguistic virtuosity of young "Ghetto"-migrants in Mannheim, Germany / Inken Keimi and Ralf Knöbl
  • Late modern youth style in interaction / Lian Malai Madsen
  • Developing multiethnic youth language in Helsinki / Heini Lehtonen.