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    Signspotting | learn.logic September 12, 2010 at 3:02 am |

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  2. Vernita Irvin
    Vernita Irvin November 21, 2010 at 3:59 pm |

    Dear Dr. Nilep, hello, I would like to reference you article “Code Switching and Language Alternation” in my PhD dissertation, but I cannot find a complete citation for it anywhere! The link you provided in this blog nearly a year ago has expired and I tried to reference a CV for you on your schools’ website, but could not find one. The PDF I have lists it as University of Colorado, Boulder, and that’s all. Can you please pint me to a link with the complete citation? Thank you very much for your help and thank you for the wonderfully written document, it has helped me tremendously. Sincerely, Vernita

  3. Chad Nilep
    Chad Nilep November 23, 2010 at 6:15 am |

    The version you refer to is an unpublished manuscript actually completed as part of my own doctoral exams. It is no longer on the web since I have left the University of Colorado. A shorter version of the paper was, however, published as:
    Nilep, Chad. 2006. ‘Code switching’ in sociocultural linguistics. Colorado Research in Linguistics 19(1). http://www.colorado.edu/ling/CRIL/Volume19_Issue1/paper_NILEP.htm

  4. Lilian ireri
    Lilian ireri November 9, 2014 at 1:12 pm |

    Please help,im doing a proposal on language attitude,the attitude of teachers and students towards codevswitchibg abd code mixing in classroom interaction..what theorical frameworjs do i quote?

  5. Gabriel Ramirez
    Gabriel Ramirez January 9, 2015 at 5:25 am |

    One of the superb pieces i have read in the week.

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