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ERIC Number: ED108515
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 382
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Spanish and English of United States Hispanos: A Critical, Annotated, Linguistic Bibliography.
Teschner, Richard V.; And Others
This linguistically oriented bibliography lists 675 items that relate in part or in fall to the speech and language behavior of U.S. residents or citizens of Hispanic background. The bibliography, intended as a continuation of Hensley C. Woodbridge's 1954 study, includes material completed or published through December 1974, but generally excludes items not available through ordinary channels. Most of the items are annotated fully, many critically and at some length. In addition to examining all items that treat the phonology, grammar, and lexicon of natively-spoken U.S. Spanish, the bibliographers have attempted to include all lingusitic studies of U.S. Hispano English and all studies of code-switching. The major organizational categories are: (1) U.S. in general; (2) Chicanos in general; (3) Puerto Ricans on the U.S. mainland; (4) Cubans; (5) Islenos (Canary Islanders in Louisiana); (6) Peninsulares (Spaniards); and (7) Sephardic Jews. When applicable, the sub-categories are: (1) bibliography; (2) comprehensive/general studies; (3) Spanish phonology; (4) Spanish grammar; (5) Spanish lexicon; (6) Onomastics; (7) English influence on Spanish; (8) Spanish influence on English; (9) Spanish influence on Amerindian languages; and (10) code-switching. A cross-referential listing is provided, as well as a list of "Major Items" designed to direct the reader to materials the annotators consider salient. (Author/AM)
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Authoring Institution: Center for Applied Linguistics, Arlington, VA.