Spanish 375: The Spanish of the United States

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What is in this guide?

In Spanish 375, we will study the Spanish found today in the United States, its history and characteristics, and the social and linguistic repercussions of its presence in contact with English. This guide will help you locate books, articles, and information on topics covered in class and for required research papers.

Counties with >15% of the Population Who Speak Spanish at Home

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Spanish language United States

Code switching (Linguistics)

Bilingualism United States

Languages in contact United States

Spanish language Dialects

Spanish language Dialects United States

Spanish language Morphology

Spanish language Phonology

Hispanic Americans language

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