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SPAN341: Spanish Syntax and Sociolinguistics

Class research guide for SPAN341: Spanish Syntax and Sociolinguistics, curated by liaison librarian

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Evaluating Scholarly content

Example to Discuss

" Investment in Inertia": Language Ideologies of Instructors and Students of Spanish as a Heritage Language

Rolland, Michael Ernest. " Investment in Inertia": Language Ideologies of Instructors and Students of Spanish as a Heritage Language. Diss. City University of New York, 2023.

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