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Social class and gender impacting change in bilingual settings: Spanish subject pronoun use in New York
Language in society
A B S T R A C T This study examines the role of social class and gender in an ongoing change in Spanish spoken in New York City (NYC). The change, which has to do with increasing use of Spanish subject pronouns, is correlated with increased exposure to life in NYC and to English. Our investigation of six different national-origin groups shows a connection between affluence and change: the most affluent Latino groups undergo the most increase in pronoun use, while the least affluent undergo nodoi:10.1017/s0047404513000468 fatcat:dygjb3arsvbx7nq6h3h2lruvge