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Open Access Speech community formation : a sociolinguistic profile of the Trio of Suriname

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Speech community formation : a sociolinguistic profile of the Trio of Suriname

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Overview of the Trio language. Brings together both extralinguistic factors, such as historical, economic, sociological and cultural factors that have and still contribute to the present-day status of the Trio Amerindians and their language and internal sociolinguistic factors, that is, factors that influence the choice of what the Trio speak to whom, how, and when. Shows that Trio sociolinguistically-speaking is in a strong position.

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