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Networks and language use in an historical context

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posted on 02.06.2017 by Kipp, Sandra
This paper examines the ways in which an understanding of social networks can contribute to the understanding of variability within the language behaviour of a group of German-English bilinguals in the Western District of Victoria. The perspective is an historical one. The research project on which the discussion is based is still in progress.

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Date originally published

1999

Source

1327-9130

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