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2005. Linguists' most dangerous myth: The fallacy of Creole Exceptionalism. Language in Society 34:04 DOI logo
Goico, Sara A. & Laura Horton
2023. Homesign: Contested Issues. Annual Review of Linguistics 9:1  pp. 377 ff. DOI logo
Hudley, Anne H. Charity, Dan Villarreal & Aris Moreno Clemons
2023. 14. (Socio)linguistics—What Is It Good For? A Case for Liberatory Linguistics. Publication of the American Dialect Society 108:1  pp. 268 ff. DOI logo
Kosch, Inge
2011. Descriptive issues of derivation and inflection in Sesotho sa Leboa (Northern Sotho) with particular reference to ‘number’. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 29:1  pp. 89 ff. DOI logo
Mufwene, Salikoko S.
2014. The case was never closed. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 29:1  pp. 157 ff. DOI logo
Vigouroux, Cécile B.
2017. The discursive pathway of two centuries of raciolinguistic stereotyping: ‘Africans as incapable of speaking French’. Language in Society 46:1  pp. 5 ff. DOI logo
Vigouroux, Cécile B.
2022. French in African Contact Settings. In The Cambridge Handbook of Language Contact,  pp. 540 ff. DOI logo
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2022. Emergence and Spread of Some European Languages. In The Cambridge Handbook of Language Contact,  pp. 425 ff. DOI logo

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