Code-switching tendency in young Bangladeshi professionals: a case study
AuthorJoy, Sinchan Pal
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This paper is a small case study on ten Bangladeshi youths who have completed their graduation recently and are working in different private sectors. The researcher tries to find out the role of code switching in their everyday life and their view towards code switching. He has worked on this topic previously as well during his other course works, and wants to incorporate those data in this paper as well. Various books, online journals, as well as printed papers were used as the secondary source of data to analyze the findings of this research. Since, the research was conducted for the partial fulfillment of a postgraduate degree, the researcher tried to incorporate as many variety of subjects with different backgrounds as possible, however availability of the subjects, their willingness to sit for an interview, time limitation of the researcher, and other obligations were there, which resulted the researcher to conduct ten interviews only. The initial plan to conduct a thorough survey was dropped in order to keep all the ends meet.