bilingual, language learning, Korean and English
One of the basic questions of bilingual research is to what extent the bilingual’s two phonetic systems influence each other, a question that has occupied a prominent place in bilingual research almost from the outset of the field (see, for example, Weinreich, 1953). Recent studies in bilingual first language acquisition (BFLA) demonstrate that, at least in simultaneous bilingual acquisition, infants exposed to two languages are developing what appear to be two phonetic/phonological systems from the beginning (Johnson and Wilson, 2002; Kehoe, 2002; Bosch and Sebastian-Galles, 2001, Vihman, 2002), although their two systems may differ from monolinguals of either language (Mack, 1989; Bosch, Costa, & Sebastian-Galles, 2000).
Original Publication Citation
Baker, W. (2005). The Interaction of the Bilingual’s Two Phonetic Systems: Differences in Early and Late Korean-English Bilinguals. In J. Cohen, K. T. McAlister, K. Rolstad, & J. MacSwan (Eds.), ISB4: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Bilingualism(pp. 45-63). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Baker, Wendy, "The Interaction of the Bilingual’s Two Phonetic Systems: Differences in Early and Late Korean-English Bilinguals" (2005). Faculty Publications. 5933.
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