Pachuco: an American-Spanish argot and its social functions in Tucson, Arizona

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University of Arizona , Tucson
Spanish language -- Dialects -- Arizona, Cant, Gangs -- Arizona -- Tucson, Tucson (Ariz.) -- Social life and cu
SeriesArizona. University. Bulletin, v. 21, no. 1, Social science bulletin -- no. 18
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Pagination46 p.
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An American-Spanish Argot and Its Social Functions in Tucson, Arizona. (Author) Ebooks (Open Access) Read Online. George Carpenter Barker's first major research project was field work in Tucson, Arizona on the function of language in a situation of culture contact.

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PACHUCO: AN AMERICAN-SPANISH ARGOT AND ITS SOCIAL FUNCTIONS IN TUCSON, ARIZONA. INTRODUCTION. In many cities of the American Southwest there are today Mexican-American boys who are known to local authorities and to members of their own community as pachucos.

Pachuco: An American-Spanish Argot and Its Social Functions in Tucson, Arizona: PREFACE Pachuco: An American-Spanish Argot and Its Social Functions in Tucson, Arizona PREFACE. In this book Borrow presented his own firsthand observations of gypsy ways and social life, and also included a description of the gypsy language with examples of.

A Biographical Note --Dedication --Preface --Introduction --Dialects of Spanish in Tucson --The Structure of Pachuco --Origin and Spread of Pachuco --Usage of Pachuco in Tucson --Social Function of Pachuco --Relations of Usage to Gang Participation --Relation of Usage to Socio-Economic Status --Relation of Usage to Goals and Values --Summary.

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The results of his doctoral dissertation, "Social Functions of Language in a Mexican-American Community.". He conducted additional field work on the social functions of language in cross-cultural situations in Tucson in This work centered around interviews with Mexican-American youths. Barker's quiet friendliness and understanding won the confidence of boys who were operating at the fringes, and who were his informants for this Pachuco by: Additional field work concerning the social functions of language in a cross-cultural situation was done in Tucson in – This work centered around interviews with Mexican-American youths.

Barker’s quiet friendliness and understanding won the confidence of boys who were operating at the fringes of the law, and who were his informants. Start reading this text on University of Arizona Press. Powered by Manifold Scholarship.

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The aim of this paper is first, to obtain some insight into the origin and nature of the Pachuco argot and, second, to examine its social functions-that is, to see what rela­ tion may exist between the usage of the Pachuco jargon and the social.Pachuco: an American-Spanish argot and its social functions in Tucson, Arizona by George Carpenter Barker,University of Arizona Press edition, in English.Pachuco: an American-Spanish argot and its social functions in Tucson, Arizona by George Carpenter Barker 3 editions - first published in Not in Library.