Productivity of morphological patterns and social domain analysis in Papuan Malay
This paper describes a multifaceted approach, including several distinct factors, to examining the productivity of morphological patterns in Papuan Malay, a non-standard variety of Malay, spoken in coastal West Papua. More specifically, the paper discusses the question of how the degree of productivity of affixation can be established in diglossic situations where the target language is the LOW variety which experiences interference from a closely related HIGH variety. This applies to Papuan...[Show more]
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