She say, She go, She be like: Verbs of Quotation over Time in African American Vernacular English

@article{CukorAvila2002SheSS,
  title={She say, She go, She be like: Verbs of Quotation over Time in African American Vernacular English},
  author={Patricia Cukor-Avila},
  journal={American Speech},
  year={2002},
  volume={77},
  pages={3 - 31}
}
L'A. examine l'usage des verbes de citation en anglais vernaculaire afro-americain dans une communaute rurale du Texas (Springville). Il tente egalement une premiere approche de l'acquisition et du developpement de be like comme forme de citation dans le parler des adolescents noirs americains en milieu rural. L'etude se situe dans une perspective longitudinale, parallelement au developpement des reseaux sociaux des jeunes aux Etats-Unis 
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