Development and Stages of Pidgins and Creoles towards Decreolization. A Phonological Analysis


Term Paper (Advanced seminar), 2011

20 Pages, Grade: 2,3

Thomas Gantner (Author)


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Content

1. Introduction

2. Development and emergence of Pidgins and Creoles by using the example of Hawai’i Pidgin English
2.1 Emergence of Pidgin and Creole languages
2.2 A brief socio-historical overview of pidgin
2.3 Stages in the development of a pidgin towards a creole
2.4 Further Development: Decreolization

3. Grammatical Features of Hawai’i Pidgin English
3.1 Phonology of Hawai’i Pidgin English with textual proof
3.1.1 Vowels in Hawai’i Pidgin English
3.1.2 Consonants in Hawai’i Pidgin

4. Conclusion

5. Bibliography

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Title
Development and Stages of Pidgins and Creoles towards Decreolization. A Phonological Analysis
College
University of Rostock  (Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik)
Course
Enriching English
Grade
2,3
Author
Year
2011
Pages
20
Catalog Number
V300313
ISBN (eBook)
9783656978657
ISBN (Book)
9783656978664
File size
607 KB
Language
English
Keywords
pidgin, creole, bible, contact, Hawaii, plantage, post-creole, Standard Englisch, influence, phonology, World English, stable, multiculturalism, communication, Jargon, interference, decreolization, Tok Pisin, Honululu, grammatical features, language bioprogram, innovation, vowel, consonant, syllable, rhythm, diphthong, basilect, mesolect
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Thomas Gantner (Author), 2011, Development and Stages of Pidgins and Creoles towards Decreolization. A Phonological Analysis, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/300313

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