Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of North Dakota Session
From the introduction: "This study looks at patterns of occurrence of English loan words in various domains of journalistic discourse in Thai print media. By examining domains of Thai discourse where borrowing from English occurs, as well as patterns of nativization for borrowed items, we can gain insight into the economic, political, and social situations which hold between the two languages. This, in turn, will have implications not only for the study of the mechanisms at work in a language contact situation, but also for the study of English in its situation as a global prestige language.
"These issues are important whether English is viewed as simply a language for wider communication and international commerce, or an instrument of cultural invasion and a new imperialism."
"English borrowing in Thai as reflected in Thai journalistic texts,"
Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of North Dakota Session: Vol. 36, Article 1.
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