Some Social Factors Affecting the French Spoken in Lewiston, Maine

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Some Social Factors Affecting the French Spoken in Lewiston, Maine

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Dissertation on the relationship between the French language and Franco American culture in Lewiston, Maine in the twentieth century. Historical background of Maine French speakers. Theories and methods in the study of French in New England as introduction and comparison to the author's own survey research in Lewiston. Contents and results of a linguistic questionnaire given various French speakers in Lewiston.

From the author: "Using a broadly based survey of the French spoken in Lewiston, Maine this thesis treats the question of the levels of Franco-American speech. The relationship of language features to social factors is studied by means of a computer-aided analysis of a representative sample of the French-speaking population" (iii, Abstract).

Creator

Bernard, Irè€ne Mailhot

Date

1982

Language

en; fr

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Thesis

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Coverage

20th century; Lewiston, Maine

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Zotero

Num Pages

186

Place

State College, Pennsylvania

Thesis Type

Ph.D., French

University

The Pennsylvania State University

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