The effects of complex migration trajectories on individual linguistic repertoires in the early modern dutch urban context
In this idiographic study, I examine language variation in the personal letters of individuals from two families with the goal of shedding light on the contribution they, and others like them, could have made to the formation of Early Modem Dutch urban vernaculars. The individuals selected for this study are of particular interest to historical sociolinguists due to their status as immigrants at a time (roughly 1580-1650) when urban centres in Holland experienced a doubling and tripling of...[Show more]
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|Source:||Bulletin of the Modern Language Society (Neuphilologischer Verein in Helsinki Mitteilungen)|
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