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Code-switching


reviewed by Ad Backus & Nadia Eversteijn — September 20, 2010

coverTitle: Code-switching
Author(s): Penelope Gardner-Chloros
Publisher: Cambridge University Press, New York
ISBN: 0521681138, Pages: 254, Year: 2009
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 20, 2010
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16152, Date Accessed: 10/21/2017 11:59:58 AM

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  • Ad Backus
    Tilburg University
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    AD BACKUS got his Ph.D in 1996 at Tilburg University in The Netherlands. His thesis was on codeswitching among Turkish immigrants in Holland. He has worked since then on various topics related to bilingualism and theoretical linguistics, and is currently back at Tilburg University, as an Associate Professor. Some of his recent publications include "Linguistic effects of immigration: Language choice, codeswitching and change in Western European Turkish," with Normann Jørgensen and Carol Pfaff, in Language & Linguistics Compass, and "Loan translations versus code-switching," with Margreet Dorleijn, in The Cambridge Handbook of Linguistic Code-switching (edited by Barbara Bullock & Jacqueline Toribio).
  • Nadia Eversteijn
    Tilburg University
    NADIA EVERSTEIJN is currently writing a PhD thesis at Tilburg University on the functions of codeswitching in bilingual speech. She focuses empirically on Turkish-Dutch mixing in Holland. She also works as an online consultant for bilingual parents, answering questions about bilingual child rearing and educational aspects of bilingualism.
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