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Hispanisation

Thomas Stolz

Hispanisation

the impact of Spanish on the lexicon and grammar of the indigenous languages of Austronesia and the Americas

by Thomas Stolz

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Published by Mouton de Gruyter "Berlin," in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians -- Languages -- Foreign elements -- Spanish,
  • Indians -- Languages -- Foreign words and phrases -- Spanish.,
  • Austronesian languages -- Foreign elements -- Spanish.,
  • Austronesian languages -- Foreign words and phrases -- Spanish.,
  • Spanish language -- Influence on foreign languages.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementThomas Stolz, Dik Bakker and Rosa Salas Palomo
    SeriesEmpirical approaches to language typology -- 39
    ContributionsBakker, Dik., Salas Palomo, Rosa.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPM128 .S86 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18893433M
    ISBN 109783110197938
    LC Control Number2008008019

    Brand new Book. After conquest of the Philippine archipelago in the late sixteenth century, Spanish colonizers launched a sweeping social program designed to bring about dramatic religious, political, and economic changes. This book is a comprehensive description of the grammar of Rapa Nui, the Polynesian language spoken on Easter Island. After an introductory chapter, the grammar deals with phonology, word classes, the noun phrase, possession, the verb phrase, verbal and nonverbal clauses, mood and .

    BOOK REVIEWS The Hispanization of the Philippines. By John Leddy Phelan. (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, Pp. 2 $) This book . Philippine Spanish (Spanish: Español Filipino, Castellano Filipino) is a variant of standard Spanish spoken in the Philippines. It is a Spanish dialect of the Spanish language.. Chavacano, a Spanish-based creole, is spoken in the Zamboanga Peninsula (where it is an official dialect), Davao, and Cotabato in Mindanao, and Cavite in Luzon.. Filipinos today speak a variety of different languages.

    Hispanicization definition is - the act or a process of hispanicizing.   Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and


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Hispanisation book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Literally hundreds of languages world-wide have experienced direct or indire 3/5(1).

The Hispanization of the Philippines: Spanish Aims and Filipino Responses, (New Perspectives in SE Asian Studies) [Phelan, John Leddy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Hispanization of the Philippines: Spanish Aims and Filipino Responses, (New Perspectives in SE Asian Studies)Cited by: Section II focuses on the impact of Spanish on the languages of Austronesia and South-East Asia.

Steven Roger Fischer shows that the heavy Hispanisation of Rapanui is currently being reverted. Steve Pagel compares Hispanisation processes and their results in the Mariana Islands and on Rapa Nui. The second comparative studyHispanisation (Hardcover).

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by Stolz, Thomas / Bakker, Dik / Salas Palomo, Rosa. Though "generally ignored", the effects of the Hispanization of the Philippines are still evidently felt nowadays The book may have focused only on the period from until but this extensive research has enabled me to discover how the natives embraced the Spanish influences by making them their own and indigenous/5.

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by Stolz, Thomas / Bakker, Dik / Salas Palomo, Rosa. Series:Empirical Approaches to Language Typology [EALT] Book Book. Get this from a library. Hispanisation: the impact of Spanish on the lexicon and grammar of the indigenous languages of Austronesia and the Americas. [Thomas Stolz; Dik Bakker; Rosa Salas Palomo;] -- Literally hundreds of languages world-wide have experienced direct or indirect Hispanisation during the heyday of the Spanish colonial empire.

Named one of BBC History Magazine's Books of the Year in In this groundbreaking study, D. Irving reconnects the Philippines to current musicological discourse on the early modern Hispanic world. For some two and a half centuries, the Philippine Islands were firmly interlinked to Latin America and Spain through transoceanic relationships of politics, religion, trade, and culture.

Steven Roger Fischer shows that the heavy Hispanisation of Rapanui is currently being reverted. Steve Pagel compares Hispanisation processes and their results in the Mariana Islands and on Rapa Nui.

The second comparative study is by Patrick O. Steinkrüger who reviews a variety of Philippinian languages and their degrees of Hispanisation.

Doctrinal Christiana en lengua espanola y tagala ()The earliest book printed written by Fray Juan de Oliver. This catechetical book sought to explain the importance of Christ, Chastity and devotion to God in the Vernacular. Beginning of 19th century, the"PASION" was the. Hispanization of the Philippines Spanish Aims & Filipino Responses by John Leddy account that one could wish about the way in which empire made America and, in particular, the American state.

This book, appropriately, is dedicated to William The result was a form of hispanization in which the resilient and adaptable Filipinos.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Section I--Latin America --Hispanisation in Colonial Nahuatl?/ Anne Jensen --The Hispanisation of modern Nahuatl varieties / José Antonio Flores Farfán --From language mixing to mixed language via purism?Spanish in contact with Zapotec (Oaxaca/Mexico) / Martina Schrader.

The first book printed was the Doctrina Christiana en lengua espaol y tagala (), written by Fray Juan de Oliver. This catechetical book sought to explain the importance of Christ, chastity, and devotion to God in the vernacular. pasion was the prevalent form in print.5/5(7).

SPAIN IN THE PHILIPPINES THE HISPANIZATION OF THE PHILIPPINES: SPANISH AIMS AND FILIPINO RESPONSES, By John Leddy Phelan. Madison, Wis.: The University of Wisconsin Press, xv, p. $ This scholarly ethnohistory of the Philippines attempts to trace the. The book, well researched and well structured, is enlightening in its approach: Skerry interviewed scores of people, and his portrait, while subjective, emerges as a composite.

He discusses Tocqueville's idea of the United States having been "born modern" and talks about the dilemma of incorporating "premodern or tradition-oriented groups" like. After conquest of the Philippine archipelago in the late sixteenth century, Spanish colonizers launched a sweeping social program designed to bring about dramatic religious, political, and economic changes.

But the limitations of Spanish colonial resources, together with the reactions of Filipinos themselves, combined to shape the outcome of that effort in unique and unexpected ways, argues. notable contributions of the book.

This is an ambitious study and the results are uneven in quality. Two major themes dominate the book: the “Philippinization” of Spanish Catholicism, and the Spanish im- pact on “Land, Politics, and Society.” The author is at his best in dealing with the first of : Edgar Wickberg.The Hispanization of the Philippines Spanish Aims and Filipino Responses, – John Leddy Phelan The result was a form of hispanization in which the resilient and adaptable Filipinos played a creative part.

John Leddy Phelan () (If you want to examine a book for possible course use, please see our Course Books page.Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

The Hispanization of the Philippines by Phelan, John Leddy,University of Wisconsin Press edition, in EnglishCited by: