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An Introduction to Contact Linguistics

@inproceedings{Winford2003AnIT,
  title={An Introduction to Contact Linguistics},
  author={D. Winford},
  year={2003}
}
1. Introduction: The Field of Contact Linguistics:. The Subject Matter Of Contact Linguistics. History Of Research On Language Contact. The Field Of Contact Linguistics. Types Of Contact Situation. Overview Of Contact Situations And Their Outcomes. The Social Contexts Of Language Contact. 2. Language Maintenance and Lexical Borrowing:. Introduction. 'Casual' Contact And Lexical Borrowing. Contact In Settings Involving "Unequal" Bilingualism. Lexical Borrowing In Equal Bilingual Situations… Expand

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