Description or Abstract
Code Switching, is the term defined as integrating different languages during a conversation. Code Switching is something that goes on all over the world without people even realizing. This audio feature highlights add expands on the reason why people code switch. This Audio Feature is a documentation of how Code Switching is an ongoing occurrence in Egyptian's daily speech. Code Switching is the term defined as integrating different languages during a conversation. More recently, Egyptians have been integrating English in their daily speech without realizing. This audio feature was produced for the Audio Production course at the American University in Cairo taught by Professor Kim Fox in the fall semester of 2019. Link to the Script: docs.google.com/document/d/11yXFT…/edit?usp=sharing Music is by Naseer Shama from YouTube Audio Library. Here is the link to their website: www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music All NAT Sound was collected and is owned by me. Link to the information provided about Code Switching: www.npr.org/sections/codeswitch…-people-code-switch Photo Credit: Teen Vogue
Story, Audio, Arabic, English, Language, Code, Code Switching, Globalization
Journalism & Mass Communication Department
Special thanks to my father Dr. Hoda El Saady and Dr. Fikry Botrous, for their insight on Code Switching. Special thanks to Kim Fox for her mentorship.
El Hakim, Sherif, "Code switching" (2019). Audiovisual Projects. 493.