Local identity construction in Dutch Limburg through dialect forms, use and popular culture.

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Abstract

The research question in this paper was how do people in Limburg construct
local identities through language practices and what empirical domain, i.e.,
morphosyntax and phonology, is exploited in this identity formation?
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLinguistic regionalism in Eastern Europe and Beyond: Minority, Regional and Microliterary Languages.
Subtitle of host publicationStudies on language and Culture in Central and Eastern Europe 31
EditorsDieter Stern, Motoki Nomachi, Bojan Belić
Place of PublicationFrankfurt am Main
PublisherPeter Lang International Academic Publishers
Pages290-319
ISBN (Print)978-3-631-75151-0
Publication statusPublished - 01 Nov 2018

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Cornips, L. (2018). Local identity construction in Dutch Limburg through dialect forms, use and popular culture. In D. Stern, M. Nomachi, & B. Belić (Eds.), Linguistic regionalism in Eastern Europe and Beyond: Minority, Regional and Microliterary Languages. : Studies on language and Culture in Central and Eastern Europe 31 (pp. 290-319). Peter Lang International Academic Publishers.