Description - Language Creation and Language Change by Michel DeGraff
This text is organized into five parts: creolization and acquisition; acquisition under exceptional circumstances; language processing and syntactic change; parameter setting in acquisition and through creolization and language change; and a concluding part integrating the contributors' observations and proposals into a series of commentaries on late-1990s research into the understanding of language development, its role in creolization and diachrony, and implications for linguistic theory.
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Author Biography - Michel DeGraff
Michel DeGraff is Associate Professor of Linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.