A Sociohistorical and Dialectological Account
Chapter 5: North Peruvian Andean Spanish and historical sociolinguistics
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North Peruvian Andean Spanish and historical sociolinguistics
This chapter reviews the main findings presented in the previous pages, integrating them with two basic concerns: the validity, scope, and limitations of the proposed dialect entity, North Peruvian Andean Spanish, and the implications of this integration for current discussions in historical sociolinguistics, dialectology, and language contact theory, with a particular emphasis on the zonification of American Spanish – De Granda’s proposal, more specifically (1994a, 1994b). In formulating these ideas, an effort will be made to reconsider the main theoretical concepts and approaches presented in the first chapter and place them in dialogue with the studied case.
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