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by Angela Karstadt

eBook Tracking Swedish-American English: A Longitudinal Study of Linguistic Variation  Identity (Studia Multiethnica Upsaliensia, 16) ePub
Author: Angela Karstadt
Language: English
ISBN: 9155457932
ISBN13: 978-9155457938
Publisher: Uppsala Universitet (December 1, 2003)
Pages: 277
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Karstadt, Angela Hoffman. Varying Form of Title: Longitudinal study of linguistic variation and identity. Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Studia multiethnica Upsaliensia, 0282-6623 ; 16. Bibliography, etc. Note

Karstadt, Angela Hoffman. Publication, Distribution, et. Uppsala. Distributed by Uppsala University Library, (c)2003. Physical Description: xv, 262 p. : il. map ;, 24 cm. Title: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-) and index

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This chapter surveys variation and change in Swedish spoken in America. A Longitudinal Study of Linguistic Variation and Identity. Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis. We compare data from a corpus of American Swedish collected in Minnesota 2011 with material collected in the 1960s. Marked dialect features seem to have disappeared quickly from American Swedish, but we can also observe dialect mixing and simplifications in, . the pronominal system.

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Hoffman, Angela and Kytö, Merja 2017. Jia, G. and Aaronson, D. (2003), ‘A longitudinal study of Chinese children and adolescents learning English in the United States’, Applied Psycholinguistics 24, 131–161. The Linguistic Landscapes of Swedish Heritage Cookbooks in the American Midwest, 1895–2005. Studia Neophilologica, Vol. 89, Issue.

English Longitudinal Study of Ageing. The English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA) is a longitudinal study that collects multidisciplinary data from a representative sample of the English population aged 50 and older. The study started in 2002 and there are currently 7 waves of completed data and an eighth wave is currently being collected

A Linguistic Atlas of Early Middle English (LAEME) is a digital, corpus-driven, historical dialect resource for Early Middle English (1150–1325).

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In another longitudinal study of nurses working in two Canadian hospitals, Hacket Bycio and Guion ( 1989 ) examined the reasons why nurses took absence from work. The most frequent reason stated for absence was minor illness to self.

This is a Ph.D. dissertation. This study investigates the connection between language variation and ethnic identity among older bilingual Swedish Americans. The study traces how factors relating to Swedish immigration to America, starting in the mid- 1800s and continuing well into the 1900s, and the resulting strong social networks established in Swedish-American communities have created and maintained Swedish-American English, a hybrid language variety.

Socio-historical dimensions of two communities, one urban (Minneapolis, Minnesota) and one rural (Lindsborg, Kansas), receive special attention. The linguistic material examined in this book comes from more than seventy life-history interviews recorded in the Midwest over three decades: 1960s, 1980s and 1990s.

The book explores three sociolinguistic phenomena: the effects of long-term language contact on syntax (specifically relative clause constructions); how some Swedish Americans use pragmatic particles (items such as ja, you know, 'denn'/then/da, and 'dere'/there/dar); and the role that Swedish-American English plays in presenting ethnic identity. About the Author: Angela Karstadt received her Ph.D. in the Department of English at the University of Minnesota in 1999 and is now senior lecturer of English linguistics at Gavle University College in Gavle, Sweden. The present volume is an expansion of her doctoral dissertation, defended at the University of Minnesota.

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