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Mixed language in flux? The various impacts of multilingual contact on Lánnang-uè’s wh-question system

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

International Journal of Bilingualism (Sage)

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2024

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NA

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1-33

Language variation and change, sociolinguistics, language contact, multilingualism, mixed languages, Bayesian regression, identity, language attitudes and ideologies, Lánnang-uè, Philippines

Variability in clusters and continuums: The sociolinguistic situation of the Manila Lannangs in the 2010s

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

John Benjamins

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2023

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1

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9

83-124

sociolinguistic profile of the Lannangs, language attitudes, Sino-Philippine studies, community variability and change, ethnic minorities in the Philippines, Principal Components Analysis

Spread, stability, and sociolinguistic variation in multilingual practices: the case of Lánnang-uè and its derivational morphology

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

International Journal of Multilingualism

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2023

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NA

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Multilingualism; multilingual practices; morphology; spread and stability; language attitudes; sociolinguistic variation and change

The Lannang Corpus (LanCorp): A POS-tagged, sociolinguistic corpus containing recordings and transcriptions of Lannang speech collected from the metropolitan Manila Lannangs between 2016 and 2020

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Deep Blue Data, Deep Blue Repositories

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2022

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NA

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corpus linguistics, Lannang languages, sociolinguistics

"Truly a Language of Our Own" A Corpus-Based, Experimental, and Variationist Account of Lánnang-uè in Manila

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

University of Michigan

Dissertation

2022

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NA

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sociolinguistics, Lánnang-uè, Chinese Filipino, Lannang, documentation, mixed language, variation

From ‘sangley’ to ‘Chinaman’, ‘Chinese Mestizo’ to ‘Tsinoy’: unpacking ‘Chinese’ identities in the Philippines at the turn of the Twentieth-Century

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Richard T. Chu

Asian Ethnicity

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2021

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NA

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NA

Chinese in the Philippines; Tsinoy; mestizo; ethnicity; race; intsik; colonialism

The Chinese in the Philippines: Facts and Fancies

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Bernard C. Go

Philippine Sociological Review

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1972

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4

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20

385-397

Chinese, Philippines, Filipino Chinese, Pinsinos

A Look into Manila Chinatown’s Linguistic Landscape: The Role of Language and Language Ideologies

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Maria Eena Maxine A. Jazul & Alejandro S. Bernardo

Philippine Journal of Linguistics

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2017

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48

75-98

Linguistic landscape, Chinatown, multilingualism, signs, place semiotics, linguistic vitality

Destination, selection and turnover among Chinese migrants to Philippine cities in the nineteenth century

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D. F. Doeppers

Journal of Historical Geography

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1986

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4

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12

381-401

Chinese, patterns, immigrants, communities

"I speak Chinese, but..." Code-switching and identity construction among Chinese-Filipino youth

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Johanna O. Zulueta

Caligrama

Journal Article

2007

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2

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3

1-11

ethnic identity, hybridity, code-switching, Chinese-Filipinos, Chineseness, Hokkien, Tagalog

From Quadrilingual to Bilingual: On the Multilingual Teaching in the Chinese Schools in the Philippines (从四语人到双语人:论菲律宾华校的多语教学)

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Dory Poa

Minzu Chubanshe

Book Chapter

2004

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NA

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2

NA

education, language, Chinese

Filipino, Chinese, neither, or both? The Lannang identity and its relationship with language

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Language & Communication

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2021

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NA

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77

5-16

Lannang, language and identity, cultural hybridity, indexicality, Chinese, Filipino

Hokkien Chinese Borrowings in Tagalog

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Gloria Chan-Yap

Canberra, Australia: Pacific Linguistics

Dissertation

1980

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NA

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NA

borrowings, loanwords, language contact, Hokkien, Tagalog

Interactions of Sinitic languages in the Philippines:
Sinicization, Filipinization, and Sino-Philippine language creation

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Palgrave-MacMillan

Handbook Chapter

2022

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NA

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369–408

Sino-Philippine linguistic varieties, language ecology, language contact, linguistic interactions, sociolinguistics

Elementary Hokkien conversation

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S. Y. Tan

Intellectual Publishing

Book

1972

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NA

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elementary, Hokkien, conversation

Chinese-English-Tagalog-Spanish Business conversation and social contact with Amoy pronunciation

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Vicente Lim

Poc Bon Book Co.

Book

1941

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NA

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business, Chinese, English, Tagalog, Spanish

Vowel system or vowel systems? Variation in the monophthongs of Philippine Hybrid Hokkien in Manila

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales & Rebecca Starr

Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages

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2020

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2

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35

mixed languages, language contact, language variation, sociophonetics, vowel systems, Philippine Hybrid Hokkien, Chinese Filipinos, Lánnang-uè

Chinese music in the Philippines: History and contemporary practices

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Arsenio Nicolas

The Folk Performing Arts in ASEAN

Book chapter

2016

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NA

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371-387

music, contemporary, Philippines

Xiqu in the Philippines: From Church Suppression to MegaMall Shows

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Josh Stenberg

Journal of Chinese Overseas

Article

2020

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NA

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16

58-89

xiqu, music, Chinese, Philippines

A speech communication profile of three generations of Filipino-Chinese in Metro Manila: Their use of English, Pilipino and Chinese languages in different domains, role-relationships, speech situations and functions

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Rebecca Chuaunsu

University of the Philippines

Thesis

1989

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NA

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NA

Chinese Filipino, language use, generation, speech communication profile

Trilingual code-switching using quantitative lenses: An exploratory study on Hokaglish

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Philippine Journal of Linguistics

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2016

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NA

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47

106-128

Chinese Filipino, trilingual, codeswitching, Tagalog, English, Hokkien

Language contact in the Philippines: The history and ecology from a Chinese Filipino perspective

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Language Ecology

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2017

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2

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1

185-212

Chinese Filipino, language contact, language ecology, Philippine contact languages, sociohistory

Philippine Englishes

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Asian Englishes

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2017

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1

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19

79-95

language contact, Philippine English, Philippine Englishes, sociolinguistics, variation, Hokaglish

Chinese Filipinos tag their questions, kiam si? Some notes on tag questions in Philippine Hybrid Hokkien

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Philippine ESL Journal

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2017

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NA

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19

84-99

Chinese Filipinos, Philippine English, Philippine Hybrid Hokkien, mixed languages, tag questions

Philippine Hybrid Hokkien as a postcolonial mixed language: Evidence from nominal derivational affixation mixing

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

National University of Singapore

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2018

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Chinese Filipinos, Lannang-ue, nominal affixation, mixed languages, documentation

Tone in Tagalog and English? The case of Philippine Hybrid Hokkien in metropolitan Manila

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales

Linguistic Society of America

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2020

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tone, Philippine Hybrid Hokkien, phonology, mixed languages

Two Englishes diverged in the Philippines? A substratist account of Manila Chinese English

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales & Mie Hiramoto

Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages

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2020

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1

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35

125-159

Manila Chinese English, Sino-Philippine language contact, corpus linguistics, intergroup variation, world Englishes, Philippine Englishes

Vowel system or vowel systems?

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Wilkinson Daniel Wong Gonzales & Rebecca Starr

Linguistic Society of America

Poster

2019

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mixed languages, Philippine Hybrid Hokkien, monophthong, vowel, phonology

A study of Philippine Hokkien language

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Huiming Tsai

National Taiwan Normal University

Thesis

2017

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Philippines, Lán-lâng-uē, Hokkien language , Sociolinguistics, Language preservation

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