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Authors/Editors: Milroy, Lesley & Pieter Muysken (eds).
Title: One speaker, two languages: Crossdisciplinary perspectives on code-switching.
Year: 1995
Publisher: Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press
Pages: xiii + 365
Publication type: Book — edited volume
DOI: 10.1017/CBO9780511620867
Language: English
Keyword(s): bilingualism ; code-switching
Annotation: This volume on code-switching (CS) looks at the way bilingual speakers alternate their use of languages. Contributions focus on the social-theoretical ramifications and policy implications of CS, grammatical constraints on CS and the implications of CS for bilingual processing and development.

Reviews

  1. Kaye, Alan S. (2000) “<Review of L. Milroy & P. Muysken (eds.) (1995: 'One Speaker, Two Language: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Code-Switching').>” Multilingua 19:1/2. pp. 205-206.
  2. Eastman, Carol M. (1997) “<Review of L. Milroy & P. Muysken (eds.) (1995: 'One speaker, two languages: Cross-disciplinary perspectives on code-switching').>” Language in Society 26:4. pp. 600-602.
  3. Jourdain, Sarah (1997) “<Review of L. Milroy and P. Muysken (eds.) (1995: 'One Speaker, Two Languages: Cross-Dsiciplinary Perspectives on Code-Switching').>” Language Problems and Language Planning 21:3. pp. 272-274.