How Code-Switching Explains The World

This NPR article addresses the linguistic practices of code switching and how prevalent it is in today's society. NPR's approach is not as true to the linguistic anthropologist term because it looks at different linguistic practices and behaviors of individuals when interacting with different groups or in different settings. It looks at at broader range than just the mixture of two different languages.

Posted by Meaghan Kuhlmann on February 21, 2016

American English;
Language Shift;
Communities of Practice

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