Article published In:
Vol. 4:4 (1994) ► pp.535559
Bateson, Gregory
(1957) Naven. Stanford: Stanford University Press.Google Scholar
Bourhis, Richard Y
(1984) Cross-cultural communication in Montreal: Two field studies since Bill 101. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 461: 33-47.Google Scholar
(1985) The sequential nature of language choice in cross-cultural communication. In R.L. Street and J.N. Cappella (eds.), Sequence and pattern in communicative behavior. London: Arnold, 120-141.Google Scholar
Bourhis, Richard Y., Howard Giles, and Wallace E. Lambert
(1975) Social consequences of accommodating one’s style of speech: A cross-national investigation. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 61: 55-72.Google Scholar
Brown, Penelope, and Stephen C. Levinson
(1987) Politeness. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Burt, Susan Meredith
(1990) External and internal conflict: Conversational code-switching and the theory of politeness. Sociolinguistics 191: 21-35.Google Scholar
(1992) Codeswitching, convergence and compliance: The development of micro-community speech norms. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 131: 169-185. DOI logo  BoPGoogle Scholar
Gallois, Cynthia, Arlene Franklyn-Stokes, Howard Giles, and Nikolas Coupland
(1988) Communication accommodation in intercultural encounters. In Y. Kim and W. Gudykunst (eds.), Theories in Intercultural Communication. International and Intercultural Communication Annual 12: 157-185.Google Scholar
Genesee, Fred, and Richard Bourhis
(1982) The social psychological significance of code-switching in cross-cultural communication. Journal of Language and Social Psychology 11: 1-28. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
(1988) Evaluative reactions to language choice strategies: The role of sociostructural factors. Language and Communication 81:3-4: 229-250. DOI logo  BoPGoogle Scholar
Giles, Howard, and Nikolas Coupland
(1991) Language: Contexts and Consequences. Pacific Grove, California: Brooks/Cole.  BoPGoogle Scholar
Giles, Howard, Nikolas Coupland and Justine Coupland
(1991) Accommodation theory: Communication, context, and consequence. In H. Giles, J. Coupland, and N. Coupland (eds.), Contexts of Accommodation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1-68. DOI logo  BoPGoogle Scholar
Giles, Howard, and Philip Smith
(1979) Accommodation theory: Optimal levels of convergence. In H. Giles and R.N. St. Clair (eds.), Language and Social Psychology. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 45-65.  BoPGoogle Scholar
Giles, Howard, Donald M. Taylor, and Richard Y. Bourhis
(1973) Towards a theory of interpersonal accommodation through language: Some Canadian data. Language in Society 21: 177-192. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Heller, Monica
(1982) Negotiations of language choice in Montreal. In J. Gumperz (ed.), Language and Social Identity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 108-118.Google Scholar
Lambert, Wallace E
(1967) A social psychology of bilingualism. Journal of Social Issues XXIII:2: 91-109. DOI logo  BoPGoogle Scholar
Myers-Scotton, Carol
(1993) Social Motivations for Codeswitching: Evidence from Africa. Oxford: Clarendon Press.  BoPGoogle Scholar
Saville-Troike, Muriel
(1989) The Ethnography of Communication (second edition). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.Google Scholar
Scotton, Carol Myers
(1980) Explaining linguistic choices as identity negotiations. In Howard Giles, W.P. Robinson and P.M. Smith (eds.), Language: Social Psychological Perspectives. Oxford: Pergamon, 359-366. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
(1983) The negotiation of identities in conversation: A theory of markedness and code choice. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 441: 115-136.Google Scholar
(1988) Codeswitchingas indexical of social negotiations. In Monica Heller (ed.), Codeswitching: Anthropological and Sociolinguistic Perspectives. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 151-186. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Simard, Lise M., Donald M. Taylor and Howard Giles
(1976) Attribution Processes and Interpersonal Accommodation in a Bilingual Setting. Language and Speech 19: 4: 374-387. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Thakerar, Jitendra N., Howard Giles and Jenny Cheshire
(1982) Psychological and linguistic parameters of speech accommodation theory. In Colin Fraser and Klaus R. Scherer (eds.), Advances in the social psychology of language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 205-255.Google Scholar
Woolard, Kathryn A
(1989) Double Talk: Bilingualism and the Politics of Ethnicity in Catalonia. Stanford: Stanford University Press.  BoPGoogle Scholar
Cited by

Cited by 9 other publications

Assouline, Dalit & Gonen Dori-Hacohen
2017. Yiddish across borders: Interviews in the Yiddish ultra-Orthodox Jewish audio mass medium. Language & Communication 56  pp. 69 ff. DOI logo
Burt, SusanMeredith
2002. Maxim confluence. Journal of Pragmatics 34:8  pp. 993 ff. DOI logo
Myers-Scotton, Carol
2002. Frequency and intentionality in (un)marked choices in codeswitching: “This is a 24-hour country”. International Journal of Bilingualism 6:2  pp. 205 ff. DOI logo
2014. Singlish can and speech accommodation in Singapore English. World Englishes 33:3  pp. 398 ff. DOI logo
Rothermich, Kathrin, Rose Baker, Sharon M. Falkins, Jaeyoung Kum, Madison R. Capps & Susan C. Bobb
2023. Reported Use of Second-Language Speech Accommodation in Everyday Interactions: The Role of Individual Differences. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 66:9  pp. 3307 ff. DOI logo
Sachdev, Itesh & Howard Giles
2006. Bilingual Accommodation. In The Handbook of Bilingualism,  pp. 353 ff. DOI logo
Sachdev, Itesh, Howard Giles & Anne Pauwels
2012. Accommodating Multilinguality. In The Handbook of Bilingualism and Multilingualism,  pp. 391 ff. DOI logo
Steel, Gerald
2013. Négociation identitaire en milieu ségrégé. Cahiers internationaux de sociolinguistique N° 4:2  pp. 79 ff. DOI logo
Weninger, Csilla
2007. Speakers' Perceptions of Code Choice in a Foreign Language Academic Department. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 28:2  pp. 134 ff. DOI logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 14 june 2024. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.