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Band 168:
Nelde, Peter H. / Ureland, P. Sture (Hrsg.): Language contact in Europe. Proceedings of the working groups 12 and 13. VI/204 S. - Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1986.
ISBN: 3-484-30168-6

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E-Book (PDF). Berlin / New York: de Gruyter. ISBN: 978-3-11-135258-9

This volume contains nine articles of papers given at the 13th Congres of Linguistics in Tokyo in 1982. They deal with a whole sprectrum of language contacts in Europe, from Scandinavian languages in the north to Castilian and Catalan in the south-west, from Volga Finnish in the east to Flemish in the west. All articles are written in the framework of contact linguistics, which gains an ever increasing popularity among the world's linguists. This new approach to the genesis and spread of European languages is exemplified in the studies of minor languages of Europe or the larger languages in contact with each other in time and space.


Introduction S. 1
Finno-Ugrian and Indo-European Languages
Bátori, István:
  A Suggested Typology of Bilingualism Based on a Case Study of Language Contact between Finno-Ugrians and Indo-Europeans S. 11
North Germanic, Medieval Latin and Continental Germanic
Ureland, Per Sture:
  Some Contact-Linguistic Structures in Scandinavian languages S. 31
German, French, and Latin
Munske, Horst H.:
  What Are Mixed Languages? S. 81
Low German and High German
Wölck, Wolfgang:
  Language Use and Attitudes among Teenagers in Diglossic Northern Germany S. 97
Dutch, French, and German
Nelde, Peter H.:
  Ecological Implication of Language Contact S. 111
Alpino-Romance-German-Italian, French-Occitan, Catalan-Castillian
Gobel, Hans:
  Problems and Perspectives of Contact Linguistics from a Romance Scholar's Point of View S. 125
Frisian-Danish-German, Romansh-German, and Friulian-Veneto-Italian
Clarkson, Iain:
  Current Issues in Language Contact Studies S. 151
Kinesics in Foreign Language Teaching
von Raffler-Engel, Walburga:
  On the Use of Pantomime and the Teaching of Kinesics to Foreign workers S. 175
List of Addresses S. 203