cultural identity

“American Slang” in Global Pop: The Adoption of AAVE by L2 English Speakers

Ashley Ghodsian, Maddie Kostant, Kat Escobar, Maxime Guerra Much of the previous work that has studied African American Vernacular English (AAVE) has focused on either native speakers of AAVE or native speakers of Standard American English (SAE) who adopt certain language features of AAVE into their speech (a phenomenon known as “language crossing”). This study […]

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Language Proficiency and Cultural Identity of Korean Heritage Speakers

Griffin Gamble, Erin Kwak, Joanna Kwasek, and Hannah Shin A heritage language is defined as a minority language spoken at home that is not part of a dominant language in society. This study looked specifically into Korean heritage speakers living in the United States and investigated whether language proficiency in Korean will align with the

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