• Sociology
  • Published 2002

Hierarchical Pronouns in Discourse: Third-Person Pronouns in San Lucas Quiavini Zapotec Narratives. (2001 Keynote Address)

@inproceedings{Carreira2002HierarchicalPI,
  title={Hierarchical Pronouns in Discourse: Third-Person Pronouns in San Lucas Quiavini Zapotec Narratives. (2001 Keynote Address)},
  author={Mar{\'i}a M. Carreira},
  year={2002}
}
ABSTRACT. Sociolinguistic studies paint a grim picture of the probability of long-term survival for Spanish in the United States. At the same time, market research suggests that commercial ventures, particularly the Spanish-language media, may be creating conditions that reflect a mitigation in patterns of loss. Specifically, the sheer demographic and economic presence of Latinos in the United States is fueling an unprecedented demand for goods and services in Spanish. The numerous business… CONTINUE READING