Code-Switching by Phase
AbstractWe show that the theoretical construct “phase” underlies a number of restrictions on code-switching, in particular those formalized under the Principle of Functional Restriction (González-Vilbazo 2005) and the Phonetic Form Interface Condition (MacSwan and Colina 2014). The fundamental hypothesis that code-switching should be studied using the same tools that we use for monolingual phenomena is reinforced. View Full-Text
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López, L.; Alexiadou, A.; Veenstra, T. Code-Switching by Phase. Languages 2017, 2, 9.
López L, Alexiadou A, Veenstra T. Code-Switching by Phase. Languages. 2017; 2(3):9.Chicago/Turabian Style
López, Luis; Alexiadou, Artemis; Veenstra, Tonjes. 2017. "Code-Switching by Phase." Languages 2, no. 3: 9.
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