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Vol 10, No 3 (2016)

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Table of Contents


Brokering communication in sacred spaces: Bilingual youth interpreters in religious settings PDF
Eva Michelle Wheeler 329-355
Plurilingual corpora and polylanguaging, where corpus linguistics meets contact linguistics PDF
Isabelle Léglise , Sophie Alby 357-381
(No) English interference on U.S. Southwest Spanish? A look at variable subject expression in Phoenix Spanish-English bilinguals PDF
Alvaro Cerron-Palomino 383-408
Intergroup language attitudes and their sources: The case of Tehrani and Jonoub-Shahri Tehrani PDF
Hooman Saeli 409-431
Languages in East Africa: Policies, practices and perspectives PDF
Bebwa Isingoma 433-454
Effect-for-cause inferencing in the evaluation of loudness among Toba Batak people PDF
Andrew P.L. Tobing , Himpun Panggabean , Tengku Silvana Sinar 455-474


A Grammar of Bhadarwahi, Amitabh Vikram Dwivedi (2013) Munich: Lincom Europa ISBN 9783862884353 PDF
Ravi Parihar 475-482
Introducción a la sociolingüística hispánica Manuel Díaz-Campos (2014), Malden and Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell Pp332 ISBN 978-0-470-65802-4 PDF
Margarita Jara Yupanqui 483-486
The linguistic landscape of the Mediterranean: French and Italian coastal cities, Robert Blackwood and Stefania Tufi (2015) Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Pp246 ISBN 978-0-230-29098-3 PDF
Saeed Rezaei 487-494
The semiotics of clown and clowning: Rituals of Rituals of transgression and the theory of laughter. Paul Buissac (2015) London and New York: Bloomsbury p218 ISBN 978-1-4725-3278-7 PDF
Agnese Sampietro 495-498

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