This is the first book to formulate a theoretical framework to explain the relation between verbal interaction and societal factors. Topics include: the Chicano Population as a lingual and national minority residing in the Southwest; speakers who continue to use Spanish as their informal language; Chicano Spanish in terms of varieties, fields of discourse and participants; and code-switching.
by Dr. Rosaura Sánchez
Bind: Trade Paperback
“A solid contribution to the field. For the first time we have a book…with a consistent theoretical frame of reference coupled with important original empirical analysis.”–Fernando Peñalosa, California State University, Long Beach
DR. ROSAURA SÁNCHEZ of the University of California-San Diego is an internationally recognized authority on María Amparo Ruiz de Burton. She researched and edited the two recently re-issued novels of Ruiz de Burton: The Squatter and the Don (Arte Público Press, 1994) and Who Would Have Thought it? (Arte Público Press, 1995).
Learn more by visiting her faculty page.
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