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Authors/Editors: Auer, J.C. Peter (eds).
Title: Code-switching in Conversation. Language, interaction and identity.
Year: 1998
Publisher: London: Routledge
Pages: vii + 355
ISBN: 0-415-21609-5
Publication type: Book — edited volume
Language: English
Keyword(s): bilingualism ; code-switching ; discourse strategy ; interaction ; verbal action
Annotation: A collection of interdisciplinary articles on the structure, function and ideological values of code-switching.

Reviews

  1. Millar, Sharon (2002) “<Review of P. Auer (ed.) (1998: ´Code-switching in conversation: Language, interaction and identity.´).>” Multilingua 21:2/3. pp. 303-306.
  2. Backus, Ad (2000) “<Review of P. Auer (ed.) (1998: 'Code-switching in conversation: Language, interaction and identity).>” Journal of Pragmatics 32:6. pp. 831-838.
  3. Heller, Monica (1999) “<Review of P. Auer (ed.) (1998: 'Code-Switching in Conversation: Language, Interaction and Identity').>” Journal of Sociolinguistics 3:4. pp. 557-559.

Articles

Introduction: Bilingual Conversation revisited.
      J.C. Peter Auer
1-24.
From 'switching code' to 'code-switching': Toward a reconceptualisation of communicative codes.
      Celso Álvarez-Cáccamo
29-48.
Code-switching and the notion of code in linguistics: Proposals for a dual focus model.
      Rita Franceschini
51-72.
A monolectal view of code-switching: Layered code-switching among Zairians in Belgium.
      Michael Meeuwis & Jan Blommaert
76-98.
Discourse connections in bilingual conversation: The case of an emerging Italian-French mixed code.
      Cecilia Oesch Serra
101-122.
On the transition from code-switching to a mixed code.
      Yael Maschler
125-149.
The 'why' and 'how' questions in the analysis of conversational code-switching.
      Li Wei
156-176.
The conversational dimension in code-switching between Italian and dialect in Sicily.
      Giovanna Alfonzetti
180-211.
Bilingual conversational strategies in Gibraltar.
      Melissa G. Moyer
215-234.
Children's acquisition of code-switching for power-wielding.
      J.N. Jørgensen
237-258.
We, they and identity: Sequential versus identity-related explanation in code-switching.
      Mark Sebba & Anthony J. Wootton
262-286.
Language crossing and the redefinition of reality.
      Ben Rampton
290-317.
Perspectives on cultural variability of discourse and some implications for code-switching.
      Christopher Stroud
321-348.