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Deconstructing Creole

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Published by John Benjamins Pub. Co. in Philadelphia, PA .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Umberto Ansaldo, Stephen Matthews, Lisa Lim.
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LC ClassificationsPM
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 290 p. ;
Number of Pages290
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22758773M
ISBN 109789027229854

In this pioneering book, Elisa Larkin Nascimento examines the social and cultural movements that have attempted, since the early twentieth century, to challenge and eradicate these conjoined inequalities. The book's title describes the social sleight-of-hand that disguises the realities of . This book is a delight as it takes us up close and personal to the theater of creole formation, from Africa to the Americas original and insightful This book is a refreshing contribution to creole studies and beyond, with many enriching insights for linguistic theory and for theories of language contact and language change writ large.

Lingua creŏla vel creolica est lingua naturalis, e quodam pidgin in patrio sermone facta, ergo a liberis adquisita. Genus est linguae francae.. Creolae linguae vocabularium in cognatis e parentibus linguis consistit, quamquam crebro clarae phoneticae ac semanticae transmutationes sunt. At contra, grammaticae peculiares proprietates saepe sunt, qui a linguis parentibus differre possunt. Creole language: | | ||| | Road sign in |Guadeloupe Creole| meaning |Slow do World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias.

A creole language, or simply creole, is a stable natural language that develops from the simplifying and mixing of different languages into a new one within a fairly brief period of time: often, a pidgin evolved into a full-fledged language. While the concept is similar to that of a mixed or hybrid language, creoles are often characterized by a tendency to systematize their inherited grammar. Desdunes was famous for writing and publishing Our People and Our History: Fifty Creole Portraits (Nos Hommes et Notre Histoire), a book about the lives of prominent Creoles. Desdunes had two sons; Daniel became a music teacher and Clarence Desdunes became a bandleader who with Armand Piron formed the Joyland Revelers.


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Deconstructing Creole is a collection of studies aimed at critically assessing the idea of creole languages as a homogeneous structural type with shared and peculiar patterns of genesis. Following up on the critical discussion of notions of ‘creole exceptionalism’ as historical and ideological constructs, this volume tests the basic assumptions that underlie current attempts to Pages: Deconstructing Creole is a collection of studies aimed at critically assessing the idea of creole languages as a homogeneous structural type with shared and peculiar patterns of genesis.

Following up on the critical discussion of notions of 'creole exceptionalism' as historical and ideological constructs, this volume tests the basic assumptions.

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Deconstructing Creole Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 23(2) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. In the memoir of a Creole plantation mistress, Laura Locoul Gore, and the restoration of her old plantation home, Louisiana's unique history comes to life.

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Books shelved as creole: Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys, The Field by Baptiste Paul, The Feast of All Saints by Anne Rice, Cane River by Lalita Tademy, a. Pidgin and Creole Language Genesis Deconstructing the Status Quo. Ciaran Foy B.A. (Mod.) CSLL Final Year Project, May Supervisor: Dr.

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John McWhorter challenges an enduring paradigm among linguists in this provocative exploration of the origins of plantation creoles. Using a wealth of data--linguistic, sociolinguistic, historical--he proposes that the "limited access model" of creole genesis is seriously flawed. That model maintains that plantation creole languages emerged because African slaves greatly outnumbered whites on.

Deconstructing creole: the rationale --Typology and grammar: Creole morphology revisited --The role of typology in language creation: a descriptive take --Creoles, complexity and associational semantics --Admixture and after: the Chamic language and the Creole prototype --Relexitication and pidgin development: the case of Cape Dutch Pidgin --Sociohistorical contexts: transmission and transfer.

[Umberto Ansaldo; Stephen Matthews; Lisa Lim;] -- Deconstructing Creole is a collection of studies aimed at critically assessing the idea of creole languages as a homogeneous structural type with shared and peculiar patterns of genesis.

Get Books Creoles Their Substrates And Language Typology Download Creoles Their Substrates And Language Typology books, Since creole languages draw their properties from both their substrate and superstrate sources, the typological classification of creoles has long been a major issue for creolists, typologists, and linguists in general.

In book: Deconstructing Creole, Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company, Editors: Umberto Ansaldo, Stephen Matthews, Lisa Lim, pp Cite this publication Joseph Farquharson.

() volume Deconstructing Creole provides another approach which is to reintegrate the study of these languages in mainstream linguistic theory rather than postulating special categories and processes such as 'creolisation'.

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Li and Andrew Pawley and Matthew S. Dryer and Doris L. Payne and John Haiman and Frans Plank and Kenneth L. Hale and Jerrold M. Sadock and Spike Gildea and Suzanne Kemmer and Bernd Heine. Comparative creole typology and the search for the sources of Mauritian Creole features.

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– (Westminster Creolistics series 9). London: Battlebridge Publications.He is the co-editor of the Creole Language Library Series andhas co-edited various journals and books including Deconstructing Creole ().

目录 1 Introduction 1 Introduction to contact language formation (CLF) 1 Research questions 3 The role of ecology in Asian contexts 5 Theory of language and CLF 9 Negerhollands Creole Dutch 81 The French-based creoles 85 Haitian Creole French 86 English-based Atlantic creoles 91 Jamaican Creole English 93 English-based Pacific pidgins and creoles 95 Tok Pisin 96 Pidgins and creoles based on other languages Nubi Creole Arabic 4 Lexicosemantics