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Code alternation patterns in bilingual family conversations

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Abstract

In this study, we analyse conversations recorded during ethnographic research in the Greek/Turkish bilingual community of Rhodes within a Conversation Analysis (CA) framework. Our data comprise recordings of everyday talk-in-interaction during bilingual family gatherings. We examine aspects of the overall and sequential organization of talk as well as issues of identity based on the code alternation choices speakers of different ages and social groups make during interaction.

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