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Pluricentric Languages: New Perspectives in Theory and Description (R. Muhr, D. Marley, 2015)

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Muhr, Rudolf; Marley, Dawn, eds. 2015. Pluricentric Languages: New Perspectives in Theory and Description. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang (Colección: Österreichisches Deutsch - Sprache der Gegenwart, 17. Formato: Hardcover, 318 págs. ISBN-13: 9783631664339. Precio: 53,20 EUR, USD 69.95)
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This volume presents a selection of papers from the «3rd International Conference on Non-Dominant Varieties of Pluricentric Languages» that was held in 2014 at the University of Surrey, Guildford (UK). The papers in section one deal with the theoretical aspects of pluricentricity and methods of description of the variations in pluricentric languages. Section two contains a number of papers about «new» pluricentric languages and «new» non-dominant varieties that have not been described before. Section three showcases pluricentric languages that are used alongside indigenous languages and section four deals with the pluricentricity of special languages.

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Preface

I. Theoretical aspects of pluricentricity and the description of variation

Rudolf Muhr
Manufacturing linguistic dominance in pluricentric languages and beyond

Gerhard Leitner
The transformation of language situations: the habitat model

Danica Salazar
The vocabulary of non-dominant varieties of English in the Oxford English Dictionary

Carla Amorós Negre
The determination of standard variants: Language performance in pluricentric Spanish

Amália Mendes, Maria Eugênia Lammoglia Duarte, Maria Fernanda Bacelar do Nascimento, Luísa Pereira, Antónia Estrela
Pronominal constructions and subject indetermination in varieties of Portuguese – A global view on norms

Sofie Henricson, Camilla Wide, Jenny Nilsson, Marie Nelson, Catrin Norrby, Jan Lindström
You and I in Sweden-Swedish and Finland-Swedish supervision meetings

II. “New” pluricentric languages and non-dominant varieties

Aditi Gosh
Bengali as a pluricentric language

Gerhard Edelmann
Catalan as a pluricentric language

Salvatore Del Gaudio and Olga Ivanova
A variety in formation? Morphosyntactic variation in Ukraine-Russian speech and press

Susana Afonso and Francesco Goglia
Portuguese in East Timor as a non-dominant variety in the making

Juan A. Thomas
In search of a standard: Spanish in a small, upstate NY community

Natividad Hernández Muñoz
The Spanish of La Mancha: A New Non-dominant Linguistic Identity? Perspectives of Young Speakers

Karoline Kühl
South Schleswig Danish: Caught between privileges and disregard

Máté Huber and Timea Molnár
Attitudes of speakers of non-dominant varieties of Hungarian towards their own variety and the dominant one

III. Pluricentric languages with diglossia and/or multiglossia: Challenges for linguistic description and pluricentric theory

Anu Bissoonauth
Pluricentricity and sociolinguistic relationships between French, English and indigenous Languages in New Caledonia

Kelen Ernesta Fonyuy
Functional dominance in non-dominant varieties of Cameroon English Pronunciation

IV. Pluricentricity and terminology

Tanja Wissik
The codification situation of terminological variation within pluricentric languages

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