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    • Congolese migrants and South African language appropriation 

      Dekoke, Taty (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
      Migration, the phenomenon of leaving one's country for another, is one of the most salient causes of language contact in the present era. Previously, migrants left their countries for ideological monolingual countries where ...
    • National lexicography units: past, present, future 

      Alberts, Mariëtta (Bureau of the WAT; University of Stellenbosch, 2011)
      This article deals with the national dictionary offices of the previous bilingual dispensation, the eleven official national dictionary offices in the present multilingual dispensation, and the future prospects of these ...
    • The language repertoire of a Venda home language speaker: reflections on methodology 

      Coetzee-Van Rooy, Susanna (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
      Currently, there is a focus on the study of 'super-diverse' language repertoires in the field of sociolinguistics. New approaches advocate an emphasis on 'super- diverse' repertoires of individuals and new ways to conceive ...