Reevaluating Relexifiion: The Case of Jamaican Creole
development of JC is minimal (Patrick 2007:1). Scholars disagree over the latest point by which Jamaican Creole would have formed. Some authors, especially those whose theories of creolization involve nativization by a new generation, have posited dates well into the eighteenth or even the nineteenth century (Singler 1986, Mufwene 2002, Patrick 2007). Alternatively, .