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Feature variability in the bilingual-monolingual continuum: Clitics in Bilingual Quechua-Spanish, Bilingual Shipibo-Spanish and in Monolingual Limeño Spanish contact varieties

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Feature variability in the bilingual-monolingual continuum: Clitics in Bilingual Quechua-Spanish, Bilingual Shipibo-Spanish and in Monolingual Limeño Spanish contact varieties
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Mayer
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Elisabeth
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Australian National University
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Sanchez
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Liliana
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Spanish & Portugese (New Brunswick), Rutgers University
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Spanish & Portugese (New Brunswick)
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School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) (New Brunswick)
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Article, Refereed
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Peer reviewed
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2017
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Direct object clitics in Latin American Spanish are subject to great variability infeatures across dialects (Camacho and Sánchez 2002; Harris 1995; Heap 2002; Zagona 2002). Variability also characterizes bilingual acquisition (McCarthy 2008) and especially clitic doubling structures in language contact contexts (Luján 1987; Mayer and Sánchez 2016; Sánchez 2003). We focus on the distribution of clitics and DOM in clitic doubling structures among Shipibo-Spanish bilinguals, Quechua-Spanish bilinguals, and monolingual speakers of Spanish in contact with Quechua. We analyze a continuum of clitic forms and DOM as complex cases of feature reassembly (Lardiere 1998, 2005) and functional convergence (Sánchez 2004) that results in new interface rules (Jackendoff 2011) with scalar hierarchies.
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English
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34 p.
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Clitics
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Gender
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Quechua
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Shipibo
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Spanish
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Feature reassembly
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2017
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International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism
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https://doi.org/10.1080/13670050.2017.1322037
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Sanchez, Liliana
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doi:10.7282/T3DR2ZTH
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Accepted Manuscript
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