A Corpus-Based Analysis of Mixed Code in Hong Kong Speech

@article{Lee2012ACA,
  title={A Corpus-Based Analysis of Mixed Code in Hong Kong Speech},
  author={J. Lee},
  journal={2012 International Conference on Asian Language Processing},
  year={2012},
  pages={165-168}
}
  • J. Lee
  • Published 2012
  • Computer Science
  • 2012 International Conference on Asian Language Processing
  • We present a corpus-based analysis of the use of mixed code in Hong Kong speech. From transcriptions of Cantonese television programs, we identify English words embedded within Cantonese utterances, and investigate the motivations for such code-switching. Among the many motivations observed in previous research, we found that four alone account for more than 95% of the use of English words in our speech data across genres, genders, and age groups. We performed analyses over more than 60 hours… CONTINUE READING
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