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050 00 P115.5.I75|bG37 2015 
100 1  Gasser, Elena,|eauthor 
245 10 Structure of language change :|ba case study of language 
       use by Russian immigrants to Israel /|cElena Gasser 
246 14 Structural aspects of bilingual speech :|ba case study of 
       language use in the Russian immigrants community in Israel
264  1 Frankfurt am Main :|bPL Academic Research,|c2015 
300    vii, 214 pages :|billustrations ;|c21 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  European University Studies. Series XXI, Linguistics,
       |x0721-3352 ;|vvolume 387 =|aEuropäische 
       Hochschulschriften. Reihe XXI, Linguistik ;|vBand 387 =
       |aPublications Universitaires Européennes. Série XXI, 
       Linguistique ;|vvolume 387 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 171-179) 
520    "The goal of the present study was to identify, describe 
       and account for bilingual (Russian-Hebrew) varieties 
       spoken in the Russian immigrant community in Israel. In 
       order to achieve this complex goal, an interdisciplinary 
       approach was chosen based on a combination of linguistic, 
       psychological and sociological disciplines. The analysis 
       of bilingual data has shown that there were three main 
       types of bilingual varieties in use. The varieties were 
       distinguished on the basis of the dominant patterns of 
       language mixing (showing the evidence of a general shift 
       from insertional to alternational CS) as well as of the 
       directionality of CS. The three main speech styles were 
       partly related to their speakers' generational 
       memberships. However, the differences in speech styles 
       were not so much the function of generational affiliations,
       as of the actual linguistic behavior in the immigrants' 
       social lives. The variations within generational cohorts 
       were better accounted for in terms of these speakers' 
       identities, attitudes and habitual language choices"--
       |cProvided by publisher 
546    In English; with German and English introductions 
650  0 Bilingualism|zIsrael 
650  0 Russians|zIsrael|xLanguages 
650  0 Immigrants|zIsrael|xLanguage 
776 0  |z9783653032499 (online) 
776 0  |w(GyWOH)har155003709 
830  0 European university studies.|nSeries 21,|pLinguistics ;
       |vv. 387 
830  0 Europäische Hochschulschriften.|nReihe 21,|pLinguistik ;
       |vBd. 387 
830  0 Publications universitaires européennes.|nSérie 21,
       |pLinguistique ;|vv. 387 
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