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    Title: Alternance codique chez les étudiants taïwanais en France
    Other Titles: 台灣學生在法國的語碼轉換現象
    Code-switching phenomenon of Taiwanese students in France
    Authors: 徐詩涵;Hsu, Shih-Han
    Contributors: 淡江大學法國語文學系碩士班
    吳錫德;CHANG, I-Lang;Wu, Hsi-Deh
    Keywords: 語碼轉換;在法國的台灣學生;語言學;Code-switching;Taiwanese student in France;Linguistics;l’alternance codique;étudiant taïwanais en France;Linguistique
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2017-08-24 23:32:25 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在全球化的背景下,個人的多語能力已非常常見,為了達到國際化交流,語碼轉換的情形時有所見。本論文以在法國的台灣學生為例,探討中文和法文之間的語碼轉換現象。
    In this study, we will investigate the phenomenon of code-switching between Chinese and French among the Taiwanese students in France. Our study will apply the theory of linguist Shana Poplack and John Joseph Gumperz to analyse the structure, function and the factor in their linguistic practices. By exploring the functions and the motivation of code-switching, we will be able to analyse how and why the phenomenon is present in Taiwanese student’s conversation.
    For collecting the corpus, two research methods have applied on the study: First is through the recorded conversations and second is interviews with questionnaire. Our study will analyze the types of code-switching which appear in the conversations of Taiwanese students. Furthermore, our study will find out the different functions and the factors of code-switching. The purpose of this study is to explain the reasons for the alternative use of two languages spoken by Taiwanese students.
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