Multilingualism in transition : intergenerational code choice in two multilingual Totok chinese families in Surabaya
This thesis examines the code choice (and code-switching practices) of two multilingual totok families from Surabaya, Indonesia. The totok are people whose ancestors first migrated from China to Indonesia in the early part of the twentieth century, speaking different Chinese dialects. On arrival in Java, they were confronted with a range of local languages including Javanese and different varieties of Malay, but most families sent their children to Chinese schools where Mandarin was the...[Show more]
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