2. A SOCIOLINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF CODE SWITCHING AND CODE MIXING IN SELECTED JENIFA’S DIARY EPISODES
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Background to the study
The employment of more than one language, variety, or style by a speaker within an utterance or discourse, or between various interlocutors or contexts, is referred to as code-switching (Romaine, 1992:110). In linguistics, code-switching happens when a speaker switches between two or more languages, or language varieties, within a single discussion (Richard, 2005). Wardhaugh (2012: 103), on the other hand, claims that code mi...