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CAT was developed partly as a counterpoint to the sociolinguistic tradition of explaining code-switching strictly in terms of language norms determining who speaks what to whom and when (Myers-Scotton, 1997; Sachdev & Bourhis, 2001).

Two key questions can be used to situate the acculturation orientations 30 language, accommodation and intercultural encounters of dominant language majority members. ’ The acculturation orientations of majority language groups can be monitored using a variant of the host community acculturation scale (HCAS; Bourhis & Bougie, 1998; Montreuil & Bourhis, 2001, 2004). This scale is made up of items that address these two questions in key domains such as language use at home, cultural maintenance, endogamy/exogamy, etc.

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