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Publication: Distorsionări în comunicarea lingvistică, literară și etnofolclorică românească și contextul european, Section Lingvistică, p. 33-42
Editors:Luminița Botoșineanu, Elena Dănilă, Cecilia Holban, Ofelia Ichim
Publisher:Editura Alfa
This talk presents some important aspects of bilingualism in general, and aspects of bilingualism in the community of Hungarian Romanians. It deals with both what it means to an individual to be bilingual and to a community to include bilinguals. However, it also includes outcomes of grammatical combinations of two languages (e.g. codeswitching) in communication, as well as how bilingualism is a factor promoting the borrowing of words across languages. In addition, there is a section, which presents what sociolinguistic studies tell us about factors influencing bilingualism (language choice, language maintenance and language shift). An essential part of the presentation is the ideologies groups have about the linguistic situation in their bilingual community and attitudes that individuals develop about others based on the languages they speak. Most generally, the presentation is supporting the paradigm that is particularly concerned with bilingualism as a socio-political phenomenon in the world.
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 2

References in this publication: 2

2Ana BorbélySchimbarea de cod la românii din Ungaria – o strategie de comunicare în discursul bilingvLR, XLVII (5-6), 3161998
40Uriel Weinreich
  • Languages In Contact
    Findings and Problems
  • Limbi în contact
    Constatări și probleme
Linguistic Circle of New York; Editura Universității Transilvania din Brașov1953, 1974; 2013 (trad.)

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