List of John Benjamins publications for which Suzanne Aalberse plays a role.
Heritage Languages: A language contact approach
Suzanne Aalberse, Ad Backus and Pieter Muysken
[Studies in Bilingualism, 58] 2019. xix, 302 pp.
Subjects Applied linguistics | Contact Linguistics | Language acquisition | Multilingualism | Sociolinguistics and Dialectology
Linguistics in the Netherlands 2013
Edited by Suzanne Aalberse and Anita Auer
[Linguistics in the Netherlands, 30] 2013. iv, 213 pp.
Subjects Theoretical linguistics
Chapter 5. Multilingual acquisition across the lifespan as a sociohistorical trigger for language change Lifespan Acquisition and Language Change: Historical sociolinguistic perspectives, Sanz-Sánchez, Israel (ed.), pp. 104–1262024
Language contact implies more variation in language use, both in the individual and in the community. This increased variation can accelerate language change, but it can also halt it (Aalberse et al. 2019; Muysken 2013). Which parts of language do change, and which parts do not depends on cognitive… read more | Chapter
Definiteness in Wenzhounese Chinese in the Netherlands and in China: Evidence for generational change in two locations Lost in Transmission: The role of attrition and input in heritage language development, Brehmer, Bernhard and Jeanine Treffers-Daller (eds.), pp. 15–322020
By comparing two generations of speakers in China and the Netherlands, we investigated whether Wenzhounese Chinese as spoken by heritage speakers in the Netherlands might be subject to change due to its contact with the Dutch language. To this end, we considered how nouns referring to already… read more | Chapter
Examining Twitter as a source for address research using Colombian Spanish It’s not all about you: New perspectives on address research, Kluge, Bettina and María Irene Moyna (eds.), pp. 75–982019
The present study aims to describe pronominal address use in Colombian varieties of Spanish in a specific context of computer-mediated communication, namely Twitter. This description will serve as a discussion of Twitter as an exciting new source of linguistic data for address research. A large… read more | Chapter
Extended use of demonstrative pronouns in two generations of Mandarin Chinese speakers in the Netherlands: Evidence of convergence? Cross-linguistic Influence in Bilingualism: In honor of Aafke Hulk, Blom, Elma, Leonie Cornips and Jeannette Schaeffer (eds.), pp. 25–482017
This study investigated the use of demonstratives in encoding already mentioned referents in two generations of Mandarin Chinese speakers in the Netherlands. Data from twelve families was compared to baseline data from eight native controls in China. Previous literature suggests that languages… read more | Chapter
Chapter 4. Knowledge of mood in internal and external interface contexts in Spanish heritage speakers in the Netherlands Multidisciplinary Approaches to Bilingualism in the Hispanic and Lusophone World, Bellamy, Kate, Michael W. Child, Paz González, Antje Muntendam and M. Carmen Parafita Couto (eds.), pp. 67–922017
This study investigates Spanish heritage speakers in the Netherlands on their judgments of Spanish mood in a syntactic context and in two interface contexts: the internal interface between syntax and semantics and the external interface between syntax and pragmatics. The strong version of the… read more | Chapter
Stability in Chinese and Malay heritage languages as a source of divergence Stability and Divergence in Language Contact: Factors and Mechanisms, Braunmüller, Kurt, Steffen Höder and Karoline Kühl (eds.), pp. 141–1622014
This article discusses Malay and Chinese heritage languages as spoken in the Netherlands. Heritage speakers are dominant in another language and use their heritage language less. Moreover, they have qualitatively and quantitatively different input from monolinguals. Heritage languages are often… read more | Article
Language contact in heritage languages in the Netherlands Linguistic Superdiversity in Urban Areas: Research approaches, Duarte, Joana and Ingrid Gogolin (eds.), pp. 253–2742013
This paper discusses heritage languages (HLs) in the Netherlands. First, different types of motivations for the study of heritage languages in general are presented, since the type of motivation for the interest in heritage speakers has a large impact on the type of phenomenon researched. Formal,… read more | Article