Borrowing versus Code-Switching in West Tarangan (Indonesia)

Statement of Responsibility:
Nivens, Richard J
Authors:
Date:
2002
Publisher:
SIL International
Publisher Place:
Dallas, Texas
Part Of Series:
Publications in Sociolinguistics 8
Extent:
xx, 230 pages
Publication Status:
Published
Table of Contents:

List of Tables
List of Figures
Abbreviations and Symbols
Superscript Codes in Examples
Acknowledgements

  1. Introduction
  2. 1.1 An overview of research on code-switching and other LCP
    1.2 Beliefs and assumptions
    1.3 The individual speaker perspective
    1.4 Conclusions

  3. West Tarangan: An Island in a Sea of Malay
  4. 2.1 Language ecology of West Tarangan
    2.2 Linguistic differences between WT and DM
    2.3 Summary

  5. Methodology and Corpus
  6. 3.1 Methodology
    3.2 The corpus
    3.3 Conclusion

  7. Prerequisites to LCP Research
  8. 4.1 Equivalence
    4.2 Lexical prerequisites to LCP research
    4.3 Discourse-induced Malay lexical units
    4.4 Idiolectical usage of Malay
    4.5 Lone non-default Malay lexical units
    4.6 Modification and negotiation of lexical choices
    4.7 Phonological and morphological incorporation of Malay items into WT
    4.8 Conclusions

  9. Code-Switching: Causes, Forms, and Modes
  10. 5.1 What does not occur in the WT/Malay corpus
    5.2 First cycle of analysis: Conversational motivations
    5.3 Second cycle of analysis: Form categories
    5.4 Fine-tuning the psycholinguistic approach
    5.5 Summary and conclusions

  11. Epilogue: Future Directions
  12. Directions for future research
    The future of the West Tarangan language

References

Country:
Indonesia
Content Language:
Work Type:
Subject:
Code switching
Nature of Work:
Entry Number:
6551