By H.H. Wilson
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Indeed, if anything it seems possible that Bislama has added constraints, but we would like to examine these variables in a wider range of substrate languages before asserting this strongly.
Probability of negative concord in the speech of four groups of Los Angeles Chicano teenagers. (Fought 1999, see also Meyerhoff 2006) Social network membership was the strongest factor correlating with use of negative concord out of all the linguistic and social factors that Fought examined. The relationship between gang member status and use of negative concord is probably not surprising, but she comments on the very high probability of use of negative concord among taggers, who are not part of the cline Syntactic variation and change of gang-relatedness that the other groups fall into.
Fox 2007) With this variable, the boys are leading and the girls (all of whom are white, for reasons Fox 2007 discusses) are using the more conservative, stereotypically Cockney variant. The only girls starting to use the innovative pronunciation are two girls in the group with friendship ties to the boys’ groups that are relatively high users of the variant. As you would expect, the picture for use of the conservative variant largely looks like a negative of Figure 2: here, the darkest circles in Figure 2 are white (showing non-users of the conservative variant), and white circles, indicating nonusers of the innovative variant in Figure 2, are primarily those speakers who are still using the conservative variant more than 60 percent of the time.
An Introduction to the Grammar of the Sanskrit Language, for the Use of Early Students by H.H. Wilson