Variationist analyses of assibilated /r/ in Peruvian Spanish

Carol A. Klee, Rocío Caravedo, Mónica de la Fuente Iglesias, Scott M. Alvord

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In this chapter, we provide an overview of previous studies of the rhotics in Peruvian Spanish, in both coastal and Andean varieties, followed by a description of the social and contextual factors that influence assibilation. We then describe a study of dialect contact in Lima, focusing on assibilated /r/ in the speech of 40 residents of Lima, comprising first-, second-, and third-generation Andean migrants, as well as classic Limeños. A multivariate analysis showed that migrant generation was the strongest factor conditioning /r/ assibilation in Lima, with the highest probability of assibilation occurring in the first generation and to a much lesser degree in the second generation. The third generation assibilated even less than classic Limeños. Regarding linguistic factors, assibilation had a greater probability of occurrence when /r/ was in initial position and when preceded by a sibilant. We conclude with the implications of this study for language change in Lima and provide suggestions for future research.

Idioma originalInglés
Título de la publicación alojadaThe Routledge Handbook of Variationist Approaches to Spanish
EditorialTaylor and Francis
Páginas173-187
Número de páginas15
ISBN (versión digital)9780429577956
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 1 ene. 2021
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