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Название статьи СОЦИОКУЛЬТУРНЫЕ АСПЕКТЫ ЯЗЫКОВЫХ КОНТАКТОВ В НОВОЙ ЗЕЛАНДИИ
Авторы Николаева О.В.
Серия Лингвистика
Страницы 63 - 69
Аннотация Статья представляет собой систематизированный обзор современных исследований, посвящённых социокультурным и социолингвистическим факторам языковых контактов в Новой Зеландии. Показана сложность межъязыковых и межкультурных взаимодействий в ранний исторический период, вскрыт многосторонний и разноуровневый характер языковых контактов на протяжении всей истории Новой Зеландии. Особое внимание уделено социолингвистическим аспектам формирования контактных разновидностей новозеландского варианта английского языка.
Ключевые слова языковые контакты, новозеландский вариант английского языка, язык маори, контактные языки
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