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Band 12:
Mattheier, Klaus (Hrsg.): Dialect and Migration in a Changing Europe. IX/244 S. - Frankfurt am Main / Berlin / Bern / Bruxelles / New York / Oxford / Wien: Lang, 2000.
ISBN: 3-631-36738-4

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In the course of a general process of social modernization throughout Europe since the early modern period, a communicative modernization has also taken place. In this context, both horizontal mobility and the various forms of population shift connected with it have played a role. European sociolinguistic research has dealt with the various social reasons for these variety shifts and variety changes. These articles are compiled and edited for the first time in the submitted work.


Mattheier, Klaus J.:
  Introductory Remarks S. VII
Kerswill, Paul / Williams, Ann:
  Mobility Versus Social Class in Dialect Levelling: Evidence from New and Old Towns in England S. 1
Radtke, Edgar:
  The Migration Factor and the Convergence and Divergence of Southern Italian Dialects S. 15
Moya Corral, Juan Antonio:
  Migration et changement linguistique à Grenade (Espagne) S. 25
Turell, M. Teresa:
  More on the Interplay Between Internal and External Factors: Dialect Convergence and Divergence of Catalan S. 43
Bàez de Aguilar Gonzàlez, Francisco:
  Linguistic Changes in Modern Andalusia S. 57
Britain, David / Trudgill, Peter:
  Migration, Dialect Contact, New-Dialect Formation and Reallocation S. 73
Auer, Peter / Barden, Birgit / Großkopf, Beate:
  Long-Term Linguistic Accomodation and its Sociolinguistic Interpretation: Evidence from the Inner-German Migration After the Wende S. 79
Mæhlum, Brit:
  Strategies of Neutrality in the Arctic S. 99
Helgander, John:
  Mobility and Language Change: The Case of Upper Dalarna, Sweden S. 109
Scholtmeijer, H.:
  Language in the Dutch Polders: Why Dialects Did Not Mix S. 123
Boeschoten, Hendrik:
  Convergence and Divergence in Migrant Turkish S. 145
Berthele, Raphael:
  Divergence and Convergence in a Multilectal Classroom: Patterns of Group Structure and Linguistic Conformity S. 155
Matras, Yaron:
  Migrations and 'Replacive Convergence' as Sources of Diversity in the Dialects of Romani S. 173
Trumper, John B. / Chiodo, G.:
  A Changing Europe: The Presence Versus Absence of Drastic Events Provoking or Blocking Internal Migration and Their Possible Contribution to Linguistic Change or Conservation
Part I: Reggio Calabria
S. 195