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C O N T I N U I T Y, L A N G UA G E C O N TA CT, D I A L E CTA L L E V E L I N G [9] 3. 1 Language Contact The initial assumption that language contact must be an important consideration in researching a grammatical feature of Spanish in New York, such as subject personal pronouns, is grounded in the well-known and widespread bilingualism of the NYC Latino community, on the equally well-known position that bilinguals are the initial locus of language contact (Weinreich 1953 [1974]), on the documented influence of English morphosyntactic traits other than pronouns on Spanish in New York (Klein-Andreu 1980, 1985; Zentella 1997a), and on the presence of English items in language components other than grammar, such as lexis (Poplack & Sankoff 1984).

SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS The variationist treatment of Spanish subject personal pronouns that is central to the present study contributes to our more profound understanding of the nature of language contact and dialectal leveling, how they differ and interact with each other, and how they reflect and advance processes of identity and community formation. 20 Our careful stratification of the judgment sample makes possible results that are widely applicable to and representative of Latino New York.

Cameron (1995), in a comparison of San Juan and Madrid, finds that the occurrence rate of subject pronouns in the Puerto Rican setting is 45 percent, while in the Spanish capital it is only 21 percent. And Otheguy and Zentella (2007), in a study of recently arrived newcomers to New York, find that the overall rate for Caribbean speakers taken as a whole is 36 percent, while for the northern Latin American Mainlanders, it is only 24 percent. The existence of dialectal differences is less clear when, instead of pronominal frequencies, conditioning variables are taken into account, because at least some of the variables that affect variation between the presence and absence of pronouns are known to display little or no dialectal differentiation.

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