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Saami in Russia: "Kuess ne poluchaetsja samas, rushas polegche"

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On Kola Peninsula in North-West Russia, the Kildin Saami language is still spoken by some 300, mainly elderly speakers. As all remaining speakers are fluent in Russian as well, code-switching (CS) is a common phenomenon. Based on recordings made during field trips in 2007 and 2008, I am using findings from Conversation Analysis approach to explain the use of CS among Kildin speakers.

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