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Vol 3, No 3 (2009)

Language shift in West Africa

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Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Fernando Ramallo , Xoán Paulo Rodríguez-Yáñez 297-298


Language shift in West Africa: an introduction PDF
Herbert Igboanusi 299-306
The sociolinguistics of colonisation: a perspective of language shift PDF
Tope Omoniyi 307-328
A sociolinguistic profile of The Gambia PDF
Kasper Juffermans , Caroline McGlynn 329-355
A Kente of Many Colours: Multilingualism as a Complex Ecology of Language Shift in Ghana PDF
Adams Bodomo , Jemima Asabea Anderson , Josephine Dzahene-Quarshie 357-379
Language Shift: A Case Study of Ghana PDF
Kofi Agyekum 381-403
Sociolinguistic Consequences of Language Shift in Anglophone West African Literature PDF
Edmund O. Bamiro 405-424
A demographic analysis of language shift in a Yoruba suburban town, Southwestern Nigeria PDF
Samuel Ayodele Dada 425-449
The role of ethnically mixed marriages in language shift: a case study of Nigeria’s minority languages PDF
Herbert Igboanusi , Hans-Georg Wolf 451-464


Sign Bilingualism. Language development, interaction and maintenance in sign language contact situations. Carolina Plasa-Pust & Esperanza Morales-Lopez (eds) (2008) PDF
Lisa Jane McEntee-Atalianis 465-470
Language, Meaning and the Law. Chris Hutton (2009) PDF
Joanna Garbutt 471-475
Bilingualism and Identity: Spanish at the crossroads with other languages.Mercedes Nino-Marcia and Jason Rothman (eds) (2008) PDF
Fatma Faisal S Said 477-480
La lengua común en la España plurilingüe. Angel Lopez Garcia (2009) PDF
Carmen Pena 481-485
Español en Estados Unidos y otros contextos de contacto. Sociolinguistica, idealogia y padagogia. Manel Lacorte & Jennifr Leeman (eds) (2009) PDF
Kim Potowski 487-495

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