By Graham Kalton
Reports sampling equipment utilized in surveys: uncomplicated random sampling, systematic sampling, stratification, cluster and multi-stage sampling, sampling with likelihood proportional to dimension, two-phase sampling, replicated sampling, panel designs, and non-probability sampling. Kalton discusses problems with functional implementation, together with body difficulties and non-response, and offers examples of pattern designs for a countrywide face-to-face interview survey and for a cellphone survey. He additionally treats using weights in survey research, the computation of sampling mistakes with complicated sampling designs, and the selection of pattern measurement.
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22 Languages in Contact Regarding the linguistic make-up of each variety, the following factors were considered: 1. the sources of lexicon: archaic, regional, or sociolectal usages in superstrate; substrate languages; adstrate languages; pidgins or creoles spoken elsewhere; 2. e. in phonotactic rules or actual phonemes and their allophones; 3. g. g. number/gender marking on articles, adjectives; possessive constructions) and VP (bound vs. g. use of prepositions and conjunctions; word order in main clauses; structure of dependent clauses).
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However, as the shift was taking place, substratum structural features and interlanguage patterns were transferred to the target language, becoming fossilized. (Mello 1997:270) Lucchesi (2000) basically takes the same position, but calls BVP the product of “irregular language transmission” that was mais leve (‘lighter’) than full creolization. Bonvini (2000) describes a creole-like lect of BVP called L´ıngua dos Pretos Velhos (LPV) traditionally used by Brazilian practitioners of candombl´e religious ceremonies for the light it could shed on earlier language contact.