Code-switching in Bangladesh

Banu, Rahela and Sussex, Roland D. (2001) Code-switching in Bangladesh. English Today, 17 2: 51-61.


Author Banu, Rahela
Sussex, Roland D.
Title Code-switching in Bangladesh
Journal name English Today   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0266-0784
Publication date 2001
Volume 17
Issue 2
Start page 51
End page 61
Total pages 11
Editor T. McArthur
Place of publication Cambridge, U.K.
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Collection year 2001
Subject CX
380205 Language in Culture and Society (Sociolinguistics)
751005 Communication across languages and cultures
Abstract A survey of hybridization in proper names and commercial signs. CODE-SWITCHING is commonly seen as more typical of the spoken language. But there are some areas of language use, including business names (e.g. restaurants), where foreign proper names, common nouns and sometimes whole phrases are imported into the written language too. These constitute a more stable variety of code-switching than the spontaneous and more unpredictable code-switching in the spoken language.
Q-Index Code CX

Document type: Journal Article
Collection: School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies Publications
 
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