Writing between languages: the case of Arabizi

@article{AbuLiel2019WritingBL,
  title={Writing between languages: the case of Arabizi},
  author={Aula Khatteb Abu-Liel and Zohar Eviatar and Bracha Nir},
  journal={Writing Systems Research},
  year={2019},
  volume={11},
  pages={226 - 238}
}
ABSTRACT The purpose of this paper is to explore the properties of Arabizi as a system with a ‘bottom-up’ orthography that emerged in the specific context of Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC). The study focuses on the dialects spoken in the city of Nazareth and the villages surrounding it (N = 75). We examined the consistency of choice of Latin letters and Arabic numerals for Spoken Arabic (SA) phonemes from two complimentary perspectives: subjective reports and the corpus-based analysis of… 

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