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Title: Developing a theory to account for symbolism in code switching
Authors: Fry, Ian W
Keywords: Linguistics;Bilingualism;Symbolism;Code switching (Linguistics)
Issue Date: May-1976
Publisher: University of Calgary
Citation: Fry, I. W. (1976). Developing a theory to account for symbolism in code switching. Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, 2(Spring), 59-73.
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to examine the importance of symbolism in one face of language: code switching. While some attention will be given to bi-registral and bi-dialectal code switching, the chief focus will be bilingual code switching. This does not imply that the former are any less important: switching among bi- and multilinguals is simply the most easily recognized since it represents the most extreme and clear-cut form of language switching. The findings concerning bilinguals would apply to all areas of switching.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/51482
ISSN: 2371-2643
Appears in Collections:Volume 2, Spring 1976

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