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Une perspective non-créoliste de la complexité des créoles: Une analyse comparative de la complexité cachée en créole haïtien et en vietnamien
Creole complexity has been a controversial area of research, especially since John McWhorter’s claim that Creole languages have 'the world’s simplest grammars.' Much research in this area focuses on the presence or absence ...
Strange Chains: How Language Keeps Non-English Speakers Out of the Justice System – Or Locks Them In
Until 2010, North Carolina’s courts, which promise “equal justice to all,” had no resources to accommodate the needs of all non-English speakers. They had to sign English-only forms they could not read and were expected ...