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REFERENCES Appel, René & Pieter Muysken. 2005 (1987). Language contact and bilingualism (Amsterdam Academic Archive). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. Bullock, Barbara E. & Almeida J. Toribio. 2009. Themes in the study of code-switching. In Barbara E. Bullock &Almeida J. Toribio (eds.), The Cambridge handbook of linguistic code-switching (Cambridge Handbooks in Linguistics), 1–18. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi: 10.1017/CBO9780511576331.002 Blanár, Vincent. 2009. Proper names in the light of theoretical onomastics. Namenkundliche

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References Amorim, R. (2012). Code switching in student-student interaction; functions and reasons. Revista de Estudos Linguisicos da Univerdada do Porto , 7, 177–195. Arrifin, K., & Rafik-Galea, S. (2012). Code Switching as a Communication Device in Conversation. Language & Society Newsletter , 5. Retrieved from . Ayeomoni Omoniyi, M. (2006). Language Use in a Yoruba-Speech Community. Nebula , 161–172. Beacco, J.C., Byram, M., Cavalli, M., Coste, D., Cuenat, M. E., Goullier, F., & Panthier, J. (2015

. Miller, D. Gary. 2012. External influences on English: From its beginnings to the Renaissance. Oxford: Oxford University Press. = Monumenta Informatik, ed. by Max Bänziger in cooperation with Christoph Flüeler. Pahta, Päivi & Arja Nurmi. 2006. Code-switching in the Helsinki Corpus: A thousand years of multilingual practices. In Nikolaus Ritt, Herbert Schendl, Christiane Dalton-Puffer & Dieter Kastovsky (eds.), Medieval English and its heritage: Structure, meaning and mechanisms of change, 203-220. (Studies in English


The study starts with the definition of local, translocal, and global linguistic context in the digital space. Facebook as a social media platform provides opportunities for everyday digital literacy practices such as code play. Code play allows mixing codes and repertoires usually with a humorous reference. We argue that creative interaction among languages creates the methodological need for a translingual approach besides the traditional code-switching theory to explain online linguistic phenomena. Adopting a netnographic approach, this paper presents two participants’ linguistic history, online linguistic practices, and perceptions of their own digital literacy, exploring their portrayal of (multi)linguistic identity which has local, translocal, and global resonance. The paper exploits possibilities of code play to accomplish communicative goals through code-switching and translingualism with a linguistically diverse audience.

Spółka Wydawnicza. Bullock, Barbara E. & Almeida Jacqueline Toribio. 2009. Themes in the study of code-switching. In Barbara E. Bullock & Almeida Jacqueline Toribio (eds.), The Cambridge handbook of linguistic code-switching , 1–17. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Burdick, Anne, Johanna Drucker, Peter Lunefeld, Todd Presner & Jeffrey Schnapp. 2012. Digital_humanities . Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press. Busby, Keith & Christopher Kleinhenz (eds.). 2011. Medieval multilingualism: The Francophone world and its neighbours . Turnout: Brepols. Claridge, Claudia

Publications, Western Michigan University. Grosjean, François. 1995. A psycholinguistic approach to code-switching: The recognition of guest words by bilinguals. In Lesley Milroy & Pieter Muysken (eds), One speaker, two languages: Cross-disciplinary perspectives on code-switching , 259–275. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI: 10.1017/CBO9780511620867.012 Grotans, Anna A. 2006. Reading in medieval St. Gall . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI: 10.1017/CBO9780511483301 Hall, Thomas N. 2009. Ælfric as pedagogue. In Hugh Magennis & Mary Swan (eds), A Companion