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Dialect and Migration in a Changing Europe

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Klaus J. Mattheier

Contents: Klaus J. Mattheier: Introductory Remarks – Paul Kerswill/Ann Williams: Mobility Versus Social Class in Dialect Levelling: Evidence from New and Old Towns in England – Edgar Radtke: The Migration Factor and the Convergence and Divergence of Southern Italian Dialects – Juan Antonio Moya Corral: Migration et changement linguistique à Grenade (Espagne) – M. Teresa Turell: More on the Interplay Between Internal and External Factors: Dialect Convergence and Divergence of Catalan – Francisco Bàez de Aguilar Gonzàlez: Linguistic Changes in Modern Andalusia – David Britain/Peter Trudgill: Migration, Dialect Contact, New-Dialect Formation and Reallocation – Peter Auer/Birgit Barden/Beate Großkopf: Long-Term Linguistic Accomodation and its Sociolinguistic Interpretation: Evidence from the Inner-German Migration After the Wende – Brit Mæhlum: Strategies of Neutrality in the Arctic – John Helgander: Mobility and Language Change: The Case of Upper Dalarna, Sweden – H. Scholtmeijer: Language in the Dutch Polders: Why Dialects Did Not Mix – Hendrik Boeschoten: Convergence and Divergence in Migrant Turkish – Raphael Berthele: Divergence and Convergence in a Multilectal Classroom: Patterns of Group Structure and Linguistic Conformity – Yaron Matras: Migrations and ‘Replacive Convergence’ as Sources of Diversity in the Dialects of Romani – John B. Trumper/G. Chiodo: 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.