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Subjective Reactions to Phonological Variation in Costa Rican Spanish
(Springer Verlag, 1984)
The results of a subjective reaction test on a sample of 440 Costa Ricans indicate that in societies where educational levels are not generally high, social status groups may be differentiated phonologically by the use of ...
Linguistic constraints on intrasentential code-switching: a study of Spanish/Hebrew bilingualism
(Cambridge University Press, 1986)
In recent years, research has increasingly pointed toward the universality of three linguistic constraints on code-switching: (i) an equivalence of structure constraint, (2) a size-of-constituent constraint, and (3) a free ...