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ArtikelThe segmental phonology of nineteenth-century Tristan da Cunha English: convergence and local innovation  
Oleh: Trudgill, Peter ; Schreier, Daniel
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: English Language and Linguistics (Full Text & ada di PROQUEST th. 2005 - terbaru) vol. 10 no. 1 (May 2006), page 119-141.
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Isi artikelThis article looks into convergence processes that involve distinct phonological systems in dialect contact situations, exemplified by the variety of English that developed on Tristan da Cunha, an island in the SouthAtlantic Ocean. Based on a discussion of the community’s social history and an auditory analysis of the segmental phonology of late nineteenthcentury Tristan da Cunha English, this article reconstructs the early contact scenario and looks into both phonological convergence and independent innovative mechanisms that accompany new-dialect formation. The data presented here show that dialect contact gives rise to mixing of several inputs (so that ‘new’ dialects draw features from several ancestral varieties), that the interaction of transplanted dialects may also trigger independent, variety-specific mechanisms, and that the interplay of feature retention, input mixing, and local innovation lead to distinctive and (on occasion) endemic varieties of Englishble
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