[lg policy] Fwd: [code-switching] Dual-receptive language alternation

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at GMAIL.COM
Fri Nov 29 20:48:10 UTC 2013

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Dear colleagues,

Some of you on this list might be interested in a
paper<http://austjourcomm.org/index.php/ajc/article/view/1/28> I
published recently on dual-receptive language alternation—when one person
(mostly) speaks language A and the other (mostly) responds in language B.

Since the participants had never met each other before at the start of the
data collection, I was particularly interested here in how that language
pattern became established over time, and the sorts of interactional
practices that they used to establish it.

There is also a html version with embedded video links

The languages used are English and Japanese.

Tim Greer
Kobe University



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