Alltagssprachliche Mischungs- und Kreuzungsprozesse im urbanen Milieu: Zur sprachlichen Bricolage, Hybridität und Transgression

  1. Anna Daszkiewicz ORCiD: 0000-0003-3745-8528

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Routine processes of language variants blending and crossing in the area of large urban agglomerations:on language bricolage, hybridism and transgression


This paper addresses language practices in the German urbanised environment, or, more strictly, practices of language variants blending and crossing and their symbolic meaning in contemporary Germany. The authors and performers of mixed codes are the German incoming and native youth. The paper emphasises and depicts the specific character of jargon, and draws attention to it being strongly rooted in the language of ancestors; primarily, however, it concentrates on theories describ­ing this language phenomenon.

 

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Studia Linguistica

36, 2017

Pages from 21 to 36

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