Bryan Koronkiewicz

List of John Benjamins publications for which Bryan Koronkiewicz plays a role.

Articles

Koronkiewicz, Bryan 2020 Subject-predicate code-switching: Testing the need of a matrix language through embeddingHispanic Linguistics: Current issues and new directions, Morales-Front, Alfonso, Michael J. Ferreira, Ronald P. Leow and Cristina Sanz (eds.), pp. 249–264
There is continued debate on what determines the rule-governed behavior of intrasentential code-switching. Central to this debate is whether it is essential to differentiate between the languages involved, i.e., a matrix language and an embedded language. In favor of such an approach is… read more | Chapter
Ebert, Shane and Bryan Koronkiewicz 2018 Monolingual stimuli as a foundation for analyzing code-switching dataMethodologies for intra-sentential code-switching research, Munarriz-Ibarrola, Amaia, M. Carmen Parafita Couto and Emma Vanden Wyngaerd (eds.), pp. 25–66
Among methodological concerns specific to code-switching (CS) research is the design of the target stimuli used in experiments with an acceptability judgment task. We argue here that research which makes use of CS data of this type must also incorporate monolingual stimuli into the experimental… read more | Article
Various methodological concerns are specific to code-switching research; however, the modality of experimental stimuli has yet to be thoroughly investigated. This study explicitly tests if the mode of presentation does in fact affect participants’ judgments in Spanish-English code-switching using… read more | Chapter
González-Vilbazo, Kay and Bryan Koronkiewicz 2016 : Pronouns in Spanish-English codeswitchingSpanish-English Codeswitching in the Caribbean and the US, Guzzardo Tamargo, Rosa E., Catherine M. Mazak and M. Carmen Parafita Couto (eds.), pp. 237–260
Pronouns have been generally reported to be ungrammatical in intrasentential codeswitching (CS) (Gumperz, 1977; Lipski, 1978; Timm, 1975; among others). However, pronouns can be found in a variety of syntactic, prosodic and/or phonological contexts, the full breadth of which has yet to be… read more | Article