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Sociolinguistic Change Across the Spanish-Speaking World

Case Studies in Honor of Anna María Escobar

Edited By Kim Potowski and Talia Bugel

This collection of essays presents cutting-edge research in Hispanic sociolinguistics. They include studies on language variation and change, contact varieties, language use, perception, and attitudes and focus on language varieties such as Peruvian Spanish, Mexican Spanish on the U.S. – Mexican border and in the Midwest, and two Peninsular varieties (in the Basque country and in Catalonia). This book is a Festschrift in honor of Anna María Escobar and her twenty-five years at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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Sociolinguistic change across the Spanish-speaking world:case studies in honor of Anna María Escobar / [edited by] Kim Potowski, Talia Bugel.pages cmIncludes bibliographical references.1. Spanish language—Dialects. 2. Sociolinguistics. I. Escobar, Anna María, honouree.II. Potowski, Kim, editor. III. Bugel, Talia, editor.PC4704.S63 306.44’261—dc23 2014033079ISBN 978-1-4331-2766-3 (hardcover)ISBN 978-1-4539-1409-0 (e-book)

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