17.3773, Diss: Socioling: Koucha: 'The Incidence of Bilingualism on The Tash...'

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Subject: 17.3773, Diss: Socioling: Koucha: 'The Incidence of Bilingualism on The Tash...'

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Date: 20-Dec-2006
From: Abdallah Koucha < a.koucha at flm.ucam.ac.ma >
Subject: The Incidence of Bilingualism on The Tashelhit Speakers' Language Choice Patterns 

	
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Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2006 12:43:44
From: Abdallah Koucha < a.koucha at flm.ucam.ac.ma >
Subject: The Incidence of Bilingualism on The Tashelhit Speakers' Language Choice Patterns 
 


Institution: Cadi Ayyad University 
Program: Sociolinguistics 
Dissertation Status: Completed 
Degree Date: 1996 

Author: Abdallah Koucha

Dissertation Title: The Incidence of Bilingualism on The Tashelhit Speakers'
Language Choice Patterns 

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics


Dissertation Director(s):
Pr. Jilali SAIB

Dissertation Abstract:

The thesis is an investigation of the incidence of bilingualism on the
Tashelhit young learners' language choice patterns. 

The investigation has has shown that:
(i) The socio- economic level of the family, however important it may be,
does not influence the language achievement of the learners exclusively of
other factors.
(ii) The impact of the cultural status of the family is a fundamental
element in the pupils'level of language performance.
(iii) Mutual influence between languages does not affect achievement in either.
(iv) The impact of a language, Arabic for example, on the mental activities
of the learner is closely related to his degree of achievement in this
language. 




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