Interlingual Code-Switching as a Sociolinguistic Phenomenon amongst the Mising of the Brahmaputra Valley: a study
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A significant component of human life today is socio-cultural diversity which in turn leads to diversity in speech. In multi-ethnic societies, it is a natural process that the speakers of one language get in contact with those of other languages and consequently acquire their characteristics. This acquistion leads to code-switching between the acquired languages. The speakers move in and out of these languages in a single conversation..
Supervisor: Krishna Barua
HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES