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Substrata versus universals in Creole genesis

papers from the Amsterdam Creole Workshop, April 1985

by Amsterdam Creole Workshop (1985)

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Published by J. Benjamins in Amsterdam, Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Creole dialects -- Congresses,
  • Substratum (Linguistics) -- Congresses,
  • Universals (Linguistics) -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementedited by Pieter Muysken & Norval Smith.
    SeriesCreole language library ;, v. 1
    ContributionsMuysken, Pieter., Smith, Norval.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPM7831 .A84 1985
    The Physical Object
    Pagination315 p. :
    Number of Pages315
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2725129M
    ISBN 100915027909
    LC Control Number86018856

    “Universals, substrata, and the Indian Ocean creoles.” In Pieter Muysken and Norval Smith, eds. Substrata Versus Universals in Creole Genesis (pp. ). Mufwene, Salikoko (). The universalist and substrate hypotheses complement one another. In Pieter Muysken and Norval Smith (eds.), Substrata versus Universals in Creole Genesis. Amsterdam: Benjamins, – Google ScholarCited by:

    The corresponding text chapter was published in the book Loanwords in the World's Languages. Universals, Substrata and the Indian Ocean Creoles. In Muysken, Pieter & Smith, Norval (eds.), Substrata versus Universals in Creole Genesis, – Amsterdam: Benjamins. Seychelles Creole is regarded as an offshoot of French, and I regard. Substrata Versus Universals in Creole Genesis: Papers from the Amsterdam Creole Workshop, April by/5.

      The Domestic Hypothesis, diffusion and componentiality. An account of Atlantic Anglophone creole origins. In Muysken, P. & Smith, N. (eds), Substrata versus universals in creole genesis. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 71 – Author: Dudley K. Nylander. Seuren, Pieter and Herman Wekker (). Semantic Transparency as a Factor in Creole Genesis. In: Pieter Muysken, and Norval Smith (eds.), Substrata Versus Universals in Creole Genesis. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 57– Google ScholarCited by:


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The universalist hypothesis claims, essentially, that the particular grammatical properties of Creole languages directly reflect universal aspects of the human language capacity, and thus Creole genesis involves, then, the stripping away of the accretions of language : designed to add significantly to our insight in Pidgin and Creole languages.

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Substrata versus Universals in Creole Genesis: Papers from the Amsterdam Creole Workshop, April Edited by Pieter Muysken and Norval Smith [Creole Language Library 1] pp. – Universals, Substrata and the Indian Ocean Creoles. Philip Baker Chris Corne Published online: 01 January Mauritian Creole and Language Attitudes.

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S Titles Subscribed To OA Open Access Content T Free Trial Content F Free Content INFORMATION. The Domestic Hypothesis, Diffusion and Componentiality: An Account of Atlantic Anglophone Creole Origin.

In: N. Smith and P. Muysken, ed., Substrata Versus Universals in Creole Genesis: Papers from the Amsterdam Creole Workshop, April1st ed. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp Stepping back to move forward: An introspection on the history of some key questions driving our field.

Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages pp. Substrata versus Universals in Creole Genesis: Papers from the Amsterdam Creole Workshop, April [Pieter Muysken; Norval Smith] -- Two of the most prominent hypotheses about why the structures of the Creole languages of the Atlantic and the Pacific differ are the universalist and he substrate.

The universalist hypothesis sets out from the premise that creole languages are created by children, utilizing their innate knowledge of language universals.

The substrate hypothesis assumes that the native languages of the first slaves are responsible for typical creole language.

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Author(s): Ian F. Hancock; Source: Substrata versus Universals in Creole Genesis, pp Publication Date January Previous Chapter. Abstract. In the first part of this paper I deal with some points concerning the relationship between typology and Second Language research that were touched upon by Joseph Greenberg in his article: the contribution of L2 research to linguistic theorizing, the nature vs.

history dichotomy, the relation between second languages and pidginization by: 6. The domestic hypothesis, diffusion and componentiality: An account of Anglophone creole origins.

In P. Muysken & N. Smith (Eds.), Substrata versus universals in creole genesis (pp. 71–). Amsterdam: : Kathryn M. Hudson. Creole typology I. Comparative overview of creole languages. Peter Bakker Substrata versus Universals in Creole Genesis: Papers from the Amsterdam Creole Workshop, April b Substrata versus universals in the formation of Sri Lanka Portuguese.This research applies Verse Analysis to the study of creole languages seeking evidence to support the two principal theories: universalist and sub-stratist theories.

Evidence is presented from Hawaii Creole English (HCE), Guyanese Creole, and Japanese. HCE manifests in discourse a possibly universal feature of patterning (i.e., hierarchical grammatico-semantic recurrence), which is shared by Cited by: 3.Substrata versus Universals in Creole Genesis.

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