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xlv, 536 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
  • Dedication Acknowledgements List of illustrations List of contributors Introduction - Adrian Blackledge and Angela Creese PART I - edited by Jenny Phillimore and Li Wei Language and superdiversity Repertoires, registers, and linguistic diversity Alastair Pennycook Linguistic (super)diversity, post-multilingualism and translanguaging moments Li Wei Superdiversity perspective and the sociolinguistics of social media Sirpa Leppanen, Saija Peuronen and Elina Westinen Superdiversity as a lens to understand complexities Dirk Geldof "All the people speak bad English". Communicating across differences in a super-diverse context Susanne Wessendorf PART II - edited by Lisa Goodson and Caroline Tagg Researching communication in superdiverse contexts Superdiversity and linguistic ethnography: researching people and language in motion Martha Karrebaek and Constadina Charalambous Blurred vision? "Superdiversity" as a lens in research on communication in border contexts Robert Gibb and Julien Danero Iglesias Using researcher vignettes to explore co-production in a large diverse team: implications for research in superdiverse contexts Lisa Goodson and Caroline Tagg Moving methods online: Researching digital language practices Jannis Androutsopoulos and Andreas Staehr Reflecting on the ethics of researching communication in superdiverse contexts Fiona Copland PART III - edited by Adrian Blackledge and Mike Robinson Language, superdiversity and heritage The multivocality of heritage: Moments, encounters and mobilities Ana Deumert Dialect as heritage Joan Beal Discourses of `Chineseness' and superdiversity Jing Huang Talking of heritage: The past in conversation Mike Robinson Superdiverse heritage and the question of authenticity: Reframing `brokenness', comprehending change Sabina Vakser PART IV - edited by Zhu Hua and Janice Thompson Language, superdiversity and sport Language policy and planning and the Olympic Games Rachelle Vessey Linguistic practices, social identities and sports Lian Malai Madsen Football language in the age of superdiversity Gunnar Bergh and Soelve Ohlander Race, ethnicity and `Africa' in football discourse - perspectives in the age of superdiversity Samu Kytoela Language and sport, physical activity and health among Black and Asian ethnic minority groups Symeon Dagkas and Whitney B. Curry PART V - edited by Mike Baynham and Kiran Trehan Language, superdiversity and business Language, Superdiversity, and Self-Employment Adrian Blackledge and Kiran Trehan Mobile messaging by migrant micro-entrepreneurs in contexts of superdiversity Caroline Tagg and Agnieszka Lyons Managing superdiversity in multinational companies Jiri Nekvapil and Tamah Sherman You are now one of us - negotiating `fitting in' in the workplace Marta Kirilova and Jo Angouri Multilingualism in migrant-tailored businesses: The case of telecommunications multinationals and "ethnic" call shops Maria Sabate Dalmau ã PART VI - edited by Bharat Malkani and Frances Rock Language, superdiversity and law Sociolinguistic superdiversity and asylum Marco Jacquemet Legal interpreting in domestic and international courts: Responsiveness in action Ludmila Stern Joanna Drugan and Krzysztof Kredens Superdiversity and the relationship between law, language and translation in a supranational legal order Karen McAuliffe and Aleksandar Trklja The development of deaf legal discourse Christopher Stone and Gene Mirus ã PART VII - edited by Melanie Cooke and James Simpson Language, superdiversity and education Multilingual education policy, superdiversity and educational equity Kendall A. King and Martha Bigelow Translanguaging as pedagogy - a critical review Jean Conteh Adult migrant language education in a diversifying world Sari Poeyhoenen, Mirja Tarnanen and James Simpson The multilingual University Mbulungeni Madiba Linguistic diversity in online and mobile learning Agnes Kukulska-Hulme and Mark Pegrum ã Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138905092 20180409
The Routledge Handbook of Language and Superdiversity provides an accessible and authoritative overview of this growing area, the linguistic analysis of interaction in superdiverse cities. Developed as a descriptive term to account for the increasingly stratified processes and effects of migration in Western Europe, `superdiversity' has the potential to contribute to an enhanced understanding of mobility, complexity, and change, with theoretical, practical, global, and methodological reach. With seven sections edited by leading names, the handbook includes 35 state-of-the art chapters from international authorities. The handbook adopts a truly interdisciplinary approach, covering: Cultural heritage Sport Law Education Business and entrepreneurship. The result is a truly comprehensive account of how people live, work and communicate in superdiverse spaces. This volume is key reading for all those engaged in the study and research of Language and Superdiversity within Applied Linguistics, Linguistic Anthropology and related areas.
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Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-149-01, EDUC-249-01
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xi, 330 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
  • Introduction Teresa L. McCarty and Serafin M. Coronel-Molina I: Policy and Politics 1. Policy and Politics of Language Revitalization in the USA and Canada Teresa L. McCarty 2. Policy and Politics of Language Revitalization in Latin America and the Caribbean Bret Gustafson, Felix Julca Guerrero, and Ajb'ee Jimenez II. Processes of Language Shift and Revitalization 3. Language Acquisition, Shift, and Revitalization Processes in the USA and Canada Leanne Hinton and Barbra Meek 4. Language Acquisition, Shift, and Revitalization Processes in Latin America and the Caribbean Jacqueline Messing and Regugio Nava Nava III. The Home-School-Community Interface 5. The Home-School-Community Interface in Language Revitalization in the USA and Canada Tiffany S. Lee 6. The Home-School-Community Interface in Language Revitalization in Latin America and the Caribbean Luis Enrique Lopez and Fernando Garcia IV. Local and Global Dimensions Perspectives 7. Local and Global Dimensions of Language Revitalization in the USA and Canada Mary S. Linn and Stacey I. Oberly 8. Local and Global Perspectives of Language Revitalization in Latin America and the Caribbean Kendall A. King and Martina Arnal V. Linguistic Human Rights 9. Linguistic Human Rights and Language Revitalization in the USA and Canada Tove Skutnabb-Kangas, Andrea Bear Nicholas, and Jon Reyhner 10. Linguistic Human Rights and Language Revitalization in Latin America and the Caribbean Marleen Haboud, Rosaleen Howard, Josep Cru, and Jane Freeland VI. Revitalization Programs and Impacts 11. Revitalization Programs and Impacts in the USA and Canada Noelani Iokepa-Guerrero 12. Revitalization Programs and Impacts in Latin America and the Caribbean Judith Maxwell VII. New Domains for Indigenous Languages 13. New Domains for Indigenous Language Acquisition and Use in the USA and Canada Mary Hermes, Phil Cash Cash, Keola Donaghy, Joseph Erb, and Susan Penfield 14. New Domains for Indigenous Language Acquisition and Use in Latin America and the Caribbean Serafin M. Coronel-Molina About the Contributors Author Index Subject Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415810814 20160815
Focusing on the Americas - home to 40 to 50 million Indigenous people - this book explores the history and current state of Indigenous language revitalization across this vast region. Complementary chapters on the USA and Canada, and Latin America and the Caribbean, offer a panoramic view while tracing nuanced trajectories of "top down" (official) and "bottom up" (grass roots) language planning and policy initiatives. Authored by leading Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars, the book is organized around seven overarching themes: Policy and Politics; Processes of Language Shift and Revitalization; The Home-School-Community Interface; Local and Global Perspectives; Linguistic Human Rights; Revitalization Programs and Impacts; New Domains for Indigenous Languages Providing a comprehensive, hemisphere-wide scholarly and practical source, this singular collection simultaneously fills a gap in the language revitalization literature and contributes to Indigenous language revitalization efforts.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415810814 20160815
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-149-01, EDUC-249-01
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viii, 286 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • CONTENTS 1. Introduction Karel Arnaut , Jan Blommaert, Ben Rampton, and Massimiliano Spotti Part 1: Sketching the paradigm 2. Language and superdiversity Jan Blommaert and Ben Rampton 3. Super-diversity: Elements of an emerging perspective Karel Arnaut 4. From multilingual classification to translingual ontology: A turning point David Parkin Part II: Sociolinguistic complexity 5. Drilling down to the grain in superdiversity Ben Rampton 6. Buffalaxing the other: Superdiversity in action on YouTube Sirpa Leppanen and Ari Hakkinen 7. Polylanguaging in super-diversity Jens Normann Jorgensen, Martha Sif Karrebaek, Lian Malai Madsen, and Janus Spindler Moller 8. 'A typical gentleman': Metapragmatic stereotypes as systems of distinction Adrian Blackledge and Angela Creese 9. Mobility, voice, and symbolic restratification: An ethnography of 'elite migrants' in urban China Jie Dong Part III: Policing complexity 10. Ethnographic linguistic landscape analysis and social change: A case study Jan Blommaert and Ico Maly 11. Superdiversity on the Internet: A case from China Piia Varis and Xuan Wang 12. Translating global experience into institutional models of competency: Linguistic inequalities in the job interview Celia Roberts 13. Sociolinguistic shibboleths at the institutional gate: Language, origin and the construction of asylum seekers' identities Massimiliano Spotti.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138844582 20160619
A first synthesis of work done in sociolinguistic superdiversity, this volume offers a substantial introduction to the field and the issues and state-of-the-art research papers organized around three themes: Sketching the paradigm, Sociolinguistic complexity, Policing complexity. The focus is to show how complexity rather than plurality can serve as a lens through which an equally vast range of topics, sites, and issues can be tied together. Superdiversity captures the acceleration and intensification of processes of social 'mixing' and 'fragmentation' since the early 1990s, as an outcome of two different but related processes: new post-Cold War migration flows, and the advent and spread of the Internet and mobile technologies. The confluence of these forces have created entirely new sociolinguistic environments, leading to research in the past decade that has brought a mixture of new empirical terrain-extreme diversity in language and literacy resources, complex repertoires and practices of participants in interaction-and conceptual challenges. Language and Superdiversity is a landmark volume bringing together the work of the scholars and researchers who spearhead the development of the sociolinguistics of superdiversity.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138844582 20160619
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-149-01, EDUC-249-01
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xxii, 354 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
  • Preface Introduction: Language Ideology or Science Fiction? 1. The Linguistic Facts of Life 2. Language in Motion 3. The Myth of Non-Accent 4. The Standard Language Myth 5. Language Subordination 6. The Educational System: Fixing the Message in Stone 7. Teaching Children How to Discriminate (What We Learn From the Big Bad Wolf) 8. The Information Industry 9. Real People with a Real Language: The Workplace and the Judicial System 10. The Real Trouble with Black English 11. Hillbillies, Hicks & Southern Belles: The Language Rebels 12. Defying Paradise: Hawai'i 13. The Other In The Mirror 14. !Ya Basta! 15. The Unassimilable Races: What It Means To Be Asian 16. Case Study: Moral Panic in Oakland 17. Case Study: Linguistic Profiling and Fair Housing 18. Conclusions: Civil (Dis)obedience And The Shadow of Language Glossary Bibliography I Bibliography II.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415559119 20160607
Since its initial publication, English with an Accent has provoked debate and controversy within classrooms through its in-depth scrutiny of American attitudes towards language. Rosina Lippi-Green discusses the ways in which discrimination based on accent functions to support and perpetuate social structures and unequal power relations. This second edition has been reorganized and revised to include: * new dedicated chapters on Latino English and Asian American English * discussion questions, further reading, and suggested classroom exercises, * updated examples from the classroom, the judicial system, the media, and corporate culture * a discussion of the long-term implications of the Ebonics debate * a brand-new companion website with a glossary of key terms and links to audio, video, and images relevant to the each chapter's content. English with an Accent is essential reading for students with interests in attitudes and discrimination towards language.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415559119 20160607
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-149-01, EDUC-249-01
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VIII, 218 p. : ill ; 25 cm.
  • 1. Introducing second language acquisition-- 2. Foundations of second language acquisition-- 3. The linguistics of second language acquisition-- 4. The psychology of second language acquisition-- 5. Social contexts of second language acquisition-- 6. Acquiring knowledge for L2 use-- 7. L2 learning and teaching.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107648234 20160609
Written for students encountering the topic for the first time, this is a clear and practical introduction to second language acquisition (SLA). Using non-technical language, it explains how a second language is acquired; what the learner of a second language needs to know; and why some learners are more successful than others. This new edition of Muriel Saville-Troike's bestselling textbook introduces in a step-by-step fashion a range of fundamental concepts, such as SLA in adults and children, in formal and informal learning contexts and in diverse socio-cultural settings. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, it encourages students to consider SLA from linguistic, psychological and social perspectives. Providing a solid foundation in SLA, this book has become the leading introduction to the field for students of linguistics, psychology and education, and trainee language teachers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107648234 20160609
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-149-01, EDUC-249-01
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xiii, 303 p. ; 21 cm.
  • Introduction Chapter 1: Researching Indigenous youth language Chapter 2: Elders and qanruyutait in village life Chapter 3: Educators, schooling and language shift Chapter 4: The "Last Real Yup'ik Speakers" Chapter 5: Family language socialization in a shifting context Chapter 6: The "Get By Group" Chapter 7: Subsistence, gender and storytelling in a changing linguistic ecology Conclusion Epilogue: Educational policies and Yup'ik linguistic ecologies a decade later.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781847697400 20160608
Detailing a decade of life and language use in a remote Alaskan Yup'ik community, Youth Culture and Linguistic Survivance provides rare insight into youths' language brokering and Indigenous people's contemporary linguistic ecologies. This book examines how two consecutive groups of youths in a Yup'ik village negotiated eroding heritage language learning resources, changing language ideologies, and gendered subsistence practices while transforming community language use over time. Wyman shows how villagers used specific Yup'ik forms, genres, and discourse practices to foster learning in and out of school, underscoring the stakes of language endangerment. At the same time, by demonstrating how the youths and adults in the study used multiple languages, literacies and translanguaging to sustain a unique subarctic way of life under pressure to assimilate, Wyman illuminates Indigenous peoples' wide-ranging forms of linguistic survivance in an interconnected world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781847697400 20160608
Education Library (Cubberley)
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xviii, 320 p. ; 25 cm.
  • 1. Acknowledgments, pxi-xii-- 2. List of figures, pxiii-- 3. List of tables, pxv-- 4. Preface, pxvii-xviii-- 5. 1. Introduction: Bilingualism as a worldwide phenomenon, p1-24-- 6. 2. Bilingual acquisition and the bilingual individual, p25-68-- 7. 3. Bilingual phenomena in the U.S., p69-108-- 8. 4. Chicano English (ChE), p109-152-- 9. 5. American attitudes to bilingualism, p153-186-- 10. 6. Bilingualism and education, p187-224-- 11. 7. Literacy, biliteracy, and the cognitive effects of schooling, p225-264-- 12. 8. The current state of the Chicano-Latino community, p265-298-- 13. References, p299-308-- 14. Index, p309-320.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789027285096 20160605
This text provides an overview of bi- and multilingualism as a worldwide phenomenon. It features comprehensive discussions of many of the linguistic, social, political, and educational issues found in an increasingly multilingual nation and world. To this end, the book takes the Chicano-Latino community of Southern California, where Spanish-English bilingualism has over a century and a half of history, and presents a detailed case study, thereby situating the community in a much broader social context. Spanish is the second most-widely spoken language in the U.S. after English, yet, for the most part, its speakers form a language minority that essentially lacks the social, political, and educational support necessary to derive the many cognitive, socioeconomic, and educational benefits that proficient bilingualism can provide. The issues facing Spanish-English bilinguals in the Los Angeles area are relevant to nearly every bi- and multilingual community irrespective of nation, language, and/or ethnicity.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789027285096 20160605
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-149-01, EDUC-249-01
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xiii, 591 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Part 1. Language and Cognition. Introduction. V. Cook, Relating Language and Cognition: The Speaker of One Language. C. Swoyer, How Does Language Affect Thought? J. Lucy, Language and Cognition: The View from Anthropology. V. Evans, Language and Cognition: The View from Cognitive Linguistics. V.C. Mueller Gathercole, Interactive Influences of Language and Cognition. B. Tversky, Tools For Thinking. Part 2. Bilingual Cognition. Introduction. B. Bassetti, V. Cook, Relating Language and Cognition: The Second Language User. A. Wierzbicka, Bilingualism and Cognition: The Perspective from Semantics. S. Ervin-Tripp, Advances in the Study of Bilingualism: A Personal View. D.W. Green, Bilingual Worlds. P. Athanasopoulos, Color and Bilingual Cognition. K.R. Coventry, P. Guijarro-Fuentes, B. Valdes, Spatial Language and Second Language Acquisition. N. Czechowska, A. Ewert, Perception of Motion by Polish-English Bilinguals. H. Hendriks, M. Hickmann, Expressing Voluntary Motion in a Second Language: English Learners of French. J.-Y. Chen, J.-J. Su, Chinese-English Bilinguals' Sensitivity to the Temporal Phase of an Action Event Is Related to the Extent of their Experience with English. B. Bassetti, The Grammatical and Conceptual Gender of Animals in Second Language Users. G. Salvato, Space and Gesture in L2 Users: The Interpretation of Italian Emblematic Gestures. D. Cunningham, J. Vaid, H.C. Chen, Yo No Lo Tire, Se Cayo Solito, 'I Did Not Throw It, It Just Fell Down': Interpreting and Recounting Accidental Events in Spanish and English. M. Siegal, C. Kobayashi Frank, L. Surian, E. Hjelmquist, Theory of Mind and Bilingual Cognition. H. Knickerbocker, J. Altarriba, Bilingualism and the Impact of Emotion: The Role of Experience, Memory, and Sociolinguistic Factors. M. Besemeres, Emotions in Bilingual Life Narratives. Part 3. Applications and Implications of Bilingual Cognition. Introduction. V. Cook, Linguistic Relativity and Language Teaching. J. House, Translation and Bilingual Cognition. P. Sercombe, T. Young, Culture and Cognition in the Study of Intercultural Communication. D. Luna, Advertising to the Buy-Lingual Consumer. Envoi. K. Brooke, Bilinguals Save the World.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781848729247 20160605
This innovative volume provides a state-of-the-art overview of the relationship between language and cognition with a focus on bilinguals. It brings together contributions from international leading figures in various disciplines and showcases contemporary research on the emerging area of bilingual cognition. The first part of the volume discusses the relationship between language and cognition as studied in various disciplines, from psychology to philosophy to anthropology to linguistics, with chapters written by some of the major thinkers in each discipline. The second part concerns language and cognition in bilinguals. Following an introductory overview and contributions from established figures in the field, bilingual cognition researchers provide examples of their latest research on topics including time, space, motion, colors, and emotion. The third part discusses practical applications of the idea of bilingual cognition, such as marketing and translation. The volume is essential reading for researchers and postgraduate students with an interest in language and cognition, or in bilingualism and second languages.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781848729247 20160605
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-149-01, EDUC-249-01
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ix, 267 p. : ill ; 24 cm.
  • 1. Introduction: Bilingualism and Thought in the 20th Century - Aneta Pavlenko 2. Cognitive Restructuring in Bilingualism - Panos Athanasopoulos 3. Language-specific patterns in event construal of advanced l 2 speakers - Barbara Schmiedtova, Christiane von Stutterheim, Mary Carroll 4. Language-specific patterns in event conceptualization: Insights from bilingualism - Emanuel Bylund 5. Thinking, speaking, and gesturing about motion in more than one language - Marianne Gullberg 6. The art and science of bilingual object naming - Barbara C. Malt and Eef Ameel 7. (Re-)naming the world: Word-to-referent mapping in second language speakers- Aneta Pavlenko 8. Thinking and speaking in two languages: Overview of the field - Aneta Pavlenko.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781847693372 20160609
Until recently, the history of debates about language and thought has been a history of thinking of language in the singular. The purpose of this volume is to reverse this trend and to begin unlocking the mysteries surrounding thinking and speaking in bi- and multilingual speakers. If languages influence the way we think, what happens to those who speak more than one language? And if they do not, how can we explain the difficulties second language learners experience in mapping new words and structures onto real-world referents? The contributors to this volume put forth a novel approach to second language learning, presenting it as a process that involves conceptual development and restructuring, and not simply the mapping of new forms onto pre-existing meanings.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781847693389 20160608
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-149-01, EDUC-249-01
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xiv, 481 p. : ill., map ; 26 cm.
  • List of Figures ix List of Tables x Preface and Acknowledgments (and a Caveat) xii Part I Bilingual Education for All 1 1 Introducing Bilingual Education 3 Scenarios 3 Introduction 5 What Is Bilingual Education? 5 Beneficiaries and Reasons 11 Geopolitics and Language Orientations 13 Summary 16 Conclusion 17 Part II Bilingualism and Education 19 2 Languaging and Education 21 Introduction 22 Language Constructions 23 Languaging 31 Conclusion 40 3 Bilingualism and Translanguaging 42 Introduction 43 Bilingualism and Translanguaging 44 Models of Bilingualism 51 Questioning Assumptions 56 Bilingual Abilities 61 Bilingual Development 63 Neurolinguistic and Psycholinguistic Considerations 67 Conclusion 71 4 The Sociopolitics of Bilingualism 73 Introduction 73 Transglossia 75 Language Maintenance, Shift, and Revitalization 80 Language Ideologies 82 Language Policy as Right and Resource 84 Conclusion 91 5 Benefits of Bilingualism 93 Introduction 94 Cognitive Advantages 94 Social Advantages 97 Intervening Factors 101 Conclusion 107 Part III Bilingual Education Policy 109 6 Bilingual Education: Frameworks and Types 111 Introduction: The Social Context 112 Bilingual Education Models? 113 Bilingual Education Theoretical Frameworks 115 Bilingual Education Types 123 Conclusion 135 7 Bilingual Education: Factors and Variables 137 by Hugo Baetens Beardsmore Introduction 137 Situational Factor 138 Operational Factor 146 Outcome Factor 152 Integrating Situational, Operational, and Outcome Factors 156 Conclusion 157 8 U.S. Language Policy in Education 159 Introduction 159 The Past 160 The Present 174 Conclusion 193 9 Language Promotion by European Supra-national Institutions 197 by Hugo Baetens Beardsmore Introduction 197 The Council of Europe 198 The European Commission 204 Bilingual Education: CLIL/EMILE 208 Conclusion 216 10 Monoglossic Bilingual Education Policy 218 Introduction 219 Policies for Transition: Transitional Bilingual Education 221 Policies for Maintenance and Enrichment: Maintenance Bilingual Education 231 Policies for Enrichment of Social Elite: Prestigious Bilingual Education 236 Policy for Enrichment of Language Majorities: Immersion Bilingual Education 237 Conclusion 240 11 Heteroglossic Bilingual Education Policy 244 by Ofelia Garcia and Hugo Baetens Beardsmore, with contributions by Debra Cole and Zeena Zakharia Introduction 245 Policies for Language Revitalization: Immersion Revitalization Bilingual Education 247 Policies for Development of Minority Languages: Developmental Bilingual Education 251 Policy for Plurilingualism across Groups: Poly-Directional or Two-Way Bilingual Education (Dual Language) 257 Policies for Plurilingualism within Groups: CLIL and CLIL-Type Bilingual Education 264 Policies for Multiple Languages: Multiple Multilingual Education 266 Conclusion 280 Part IV Bilingual Education Practices 287 12 Bilingualism in the Curriculum 289 Introduction 289 Bilingual Allocation 290 Bilingual Arrangements 291 Bilingual Practices: Translanguaging 304 Models of Bilingual Teaching 308 Conclusion 309 13 Bilingual Education Pedagogy and Practices 312 Introduction 312 Bilingual Education Approaches and Methods 313 Principles and Practices of Bilingual Education Pedagogy 318 Strategies: Scaffolding 329 Conclusion 335 14 Biliteracy Practices and Pedagogy 337 Introduction 337 A Sociocultural Approach 338 The Continua of Biliteracy 340 Models of Biliteracy Use 342 Biliteracy Sequencing 344 Written Language and Texts 346 Instructional Approaches 351 The Biliteracy Workshop 354 Conclusion 364 15 Assessment of Bilinguals 366 by Ofelia Garcia and Hugo Baetens Beardsmore Introduction 366 The Power of Assessment 367 Assessing Bilinguals 369 Democratic Assessment for Bilinguals 378 Conclusion 378 Part V Bilingual Education for the Twenty-first Century 381 Conclusion 383 Appendix: Myths and Realities 390 by Cristina Muir, Yesenia Morales, Lori Falchi, and Ofelia Garcia Notes 395 Bibliography 410 Author Index 459 Subject Index 466.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781405119948 20160603
Bilingual Education in the 21st Century examines languages and bilingualism as individual and societal phenomena, presents program types, variables, and policies in bilingual education, and concludes by looking at practices, especially pedagogies and assessments. This thought-provoking work is an ideal textbook for future teachers as well as providing a fresh view of the subject for school administrators and policy makers. Provides an overview of bilingual education theories and practices throughout the world Extends traditional conceptions of bilingualism and bilingual education to include global and local concerns in the 21st century Questions assumptions regarding language, bilingualism and bilingual education, and proposes a new theoretical framework and alternative views of teaching and assessment practices Reviews international bilingual education policies, with separate chapters dedicated to US and EU language policy in education Gives reasons why bilingual education is good for all children throughout the world, and presents cases of how this is being carried out.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781405119948 20160603
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-149-01, EDUC-249-01
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xviii, 389 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
  • PART 1: INTRODUCTION Foreword by the editors 1. Multilingual education - A Bridge Too Far? - Ajit Mohanty PART 2: MULTILINGUAL EDUCATION: APPROACHES AND CONSTRAINTS 2. Fundamental psychological and sociological principles underlying educational success for linguistic minority students - Jim Cummins 3. MLE for global justice: Issues, approaches, opportunities - Tove Skutnabb-Kangas 4. Designing effective schooling in multilingual contexts: The strengths and limitations of bilingual 'models' - Carol Benson PART 3: GLOBAL AND LOCAL TENSIONS AND PROMISES IN MLE 5. The tension between linguistic diversity and dominant English - Robert Phillipson 6. Literacy and bi/multilingual education in Africa: recovering collective memory and knowledge - Kathleen Heugh 7. Empowering Indigenous languages - What can be learned from Native American experiences? - Teresa McCarty 8. Education, multilingualism and translanguaging in the 21st century - Ofelia Garcia 9. Privileging Indigenous Knowledges: Empowering MLE in Nepal - David Hough, Ram Bahadur Thapa Magar, Amrit Yonjan-Tamang and Iina Nurmela 10. The caste system approach to multilingualism in Canada: Linguistic and cultural minority children in French immersion - Shelley K. Taylor PART 4: MLE IN THEORY AND PRACTICE - DIVERSITY IN INDIGENOUS /TRIBAL EXPERIENCE 11. The contribution of postcolonial theory to intercultural bilingual education in Peru: an Indigenous teacher training programme - Susanne Jacobsen Perez 12. Reversing language shift through a Native language immersion teacher training program in Canada - Andrea Bear Nicholas 13. The ethnic revival, language and education of the Sami, an Indigenous people, in three Nordic countries (Finland, Norway and Sweden) - Ulla Aikio-Puoskari 14. Hundreds of home languages in the country and many in most classrooms - coping with diversity in primary education in India - Dhir Jhingran 15. Overcoming the language barrier for tribal children: MLE in Andhra Pradesh and Orissa, India - Ajit Mohanty, Mahendra Kumar Mishra, N. Upender Reddy and Gumidyal Ramesh PART 5: ANALYSING PROSPECTS FOR MLE TO INCREASE SOCIAL JUSTICE 16. Language matters, so does culture: beyond the rhetoric of culture in multilingual education - Minati Panda and Ajit Mohanty 17. MLE concepts, goals, needs and expense: English for all or achieving justice? - Tove Skutnabb-Kangas, Robert Phillipson, Minati Panda, Ajit Mohanty About the authors References Subject index Person index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781847691897 20160527
The principles for enabling children to become fully proficient multilinguals through schooling are well known. Even so, most indigenous/tribal, minority and marginalised children are not provided with appropriate mother-tongue-based multilingual education (MLE) that would enable them to succeed in school and society. In this book experts from around the world ask why this is, and show how it can be done. The book discusses general principles and challenges in-depth and presents case studies from Canada and the USA, northern Europe, Peru, Africa, India, Nepal and elsewhere in Asia. Analysis by leading scholars in the field shows the importance of building on local experience. Sharing local solutions globally can lead to better theory, and to action for more social justice and equality through education.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781847691897 20160527
Education Library (Cubberley)
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xvii, 403 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Preface.Part I: Researching Bilingualism and Multilingualism:.1.Research Perspectives on Bilingualism and Multilingualism: Li Wei (Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom).2.Researching as Practice: Linking Theory, Method and Data: Melissa G. Moyer (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain).Part II: Procedures, Methods and Tools:.3.Types and Sources of Data: Jacomine Nortier (Utrecht University, The Netherlands).4. Bilingual Speech Data: Criteria for Classification: Penelope Gardner-Chloros (Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom).5. Selecting Individuals, Groups and Sites: Elizabeth Lanza (University of Oslo, Norway).6. Study Design: Cross-Sectional Longitudinal, Case and Group: Zhu Hua (Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom) and Annabel David (Newcastle University, United Kingdom).7. Laboratory Designs and Paradigms: Words, Sounds, and Sentences: Judith F. Kroll (Pennsylvania State University, USA), Chip Gerfen (Pennsylvania State University, USA), and Paolo E. Dussias (Pennsylvania State University, USA).8. Imaging Technologies: Jubin Abutalebi (University Vita Salute San Raffaele, Italy) and Pasquale Anthony Della Rosa (University of Geneva, Switzerland).9. Interviews and Questionnaires: Eva Codo(Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain).10. Recording Audio and Video: Ignasi Clemente (The University of California, Los Angeles, USA).11. Transcription: Maria Teresa Turell (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain) and Melissa G. Moyer (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain).12. Quantification and Statistics: Natasha Tokowicz (University of Pittsburgh, USA) and Tessa Warren (University of Pittsburgh, USA).13. Data Banks and Corpora: Ad Backus (Tilburg University, The Netherlands).14. Doing Ethnography: Monica Heller (University of Toronto, Canada).15. Social Network Analysis: Xu Daming (Nanjing University, China), Wang Xiaomei (City University of Hong Kong, China) and Li Wei (Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom).16. Conversation and Interactional Analysis: Holly R. Cashman (Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA).17. Critical Discourse Analysis: Adrian Blackledge (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom).18. Narrative Analysis in the Study of Bi- and Multilingualism: Aneta Pavlenko (Temple University, Philadelphia, USA).19. Media Analysis: Tony Purvis (Newcastle University, United Kingdom).Part III: Project Ideas, Dissemination and Resources: .20. Project Ideas: Li Wei (Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom) and Melissa G. Moyer (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain).21.Disseminating Research: A Guide to Conference Presentation and Journal Publication: Melissa G. Moyer (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain) and Li Wei (Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom).22.Resources for Research on Bilingualism and Multilingualism: Li Wei (Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom) and Melissa G. Moyer (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain).References.Index.
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Written by leading experts in the field, "The Blackwell Guide to Research Methods in Bilingualism and Multilingualism" focuses on the methodology of research in this rapidly growing field. This work: highlights the interdisciplinary nature of research on bilingualism and multilingualism and offers a practical guide to the specific procedures and tools for collecting and analyzing data; specifically addresses methodological issues, discussing research topics, core concepts and approaches, and the methods, techniques and tools available; provides project ideas and practical advice on conference presentations and publication; brings together a team of leading international experts in the field; and, links theory to method, and to data, answering the market need for a volume on bilingualism and multilingualism that deals with its methodology in a systematic and coherent way.
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  • Preface Notes on Contributors Introduction: Can Schools Save Indigenous Languages? Policy and Practice on Four Continents-- N.H.Hornberger PART 1: CASE STUDIES ON FOUR CONTINENTS "Out on the Fells, I Feel Like a Sami" - Is There Linguistic and Cultural Equality in the Sami School?-- V.Hirvonen Top-Down and Bottom-Up: Counterpoised Visions of Bilingual Intercultural Education in Latin America-- L.E.Lopez MA ori-Medium Education: Current Issues and Challenges-- S.May & R.Hill Learning with Differences: Strengthening Hnahno and Bilingual Teaching in an Elementary School in Mexico City-- N.Rebolledo R. PART 2: COMMENTARIES: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE CASE STUDIES Revitalization Through Indigenous Education - a Forlorn Hope?-- L.Huss Commentary from an African and International Perspective-- N.M.Kamwangamalu Riding the Tiger-- B.Spolsky Schools as Strategic Tools for Indigenous Language Revitalization: Lessons From [delete a] Native America-- T.L.McCarty Index.
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This book offers a close look at cases of indigenous language revitalization on four continents: MA ori in Aotearoa, New Zealand, Sami in the Nordic countries, Hnahno in Mexico, and Indigenous languages in Latin America. Contributions by experts from each case are in turn discussed in international perspective by four counterpart experts. Starting from the premise that Indigenous language revitalization is worth doing, the focus here is on HOW to do it, and in particular, the role of schools in that endeavour. Schools alone are not enough to do the job, but in tandem with other social institutions, can be a strategic resource. Indigenous language revitalization is never only about language, but also about the identities and experiences of speakers and communities. The authors advocate for the rights of Indigenous peoples to exercise both voice and choice in determining their own Indigenous language revitalization and education processes.
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14. Studying bilinguals [2008]

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vii, 314 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • 1. Introduction-- PART I THE BILINGUAL PERSON-- 2. A Wholistic View of Bilingualism-- 3. The Complementarity Principle and Language Restructuring-- PART II LANGUAGE MODE-- 4. The Bilingual's Language Modes-- 5. Manipulating Language Mode-- PART III THE BASE-LANGUAGE EFFECT-- 6. The Base-Language Effect in Speech Perception-- 7. Base-Language Effect and Categorical Perception-- 8. Is There a Base-Language Effect in Speech Production?-- PART IV SPOKEN WORD RECOGNITION IN BILINGUALS-- 9. The Gender Marking Effect in Bilinguals-- 10. The Role of Guest Word Properties-- 11. The Lewy and Grosjean BIMOLA Model-- PART V BICULTURALISM, BILINGUALISM, AND DEAFNESS-- 12. The Bicultural Person: A Short Introduction-- 13. The Bilingualism and Biculturalism of the Deaf-- PART VI METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN BILINGUALISM RESEARCH-- 14. Methodological and Conceptual Issues-- 15. Imaging Bilinguals.
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Even though more than half the world's population is bilingual, the study of bilinguals has lagged behind that of monolinguals. With this book, which draws on twenty-five years of the author's research, Francois Grosjean contributes significantly to redressing the balance. The volume covers four areas of research: the definition and characterization of the bilingual person, the perception and production of spoken language by bilinguals, the sign-oral bilingualism of the Deaf, and methodological and conceptual issues in research on bilingualism. While the author takes a largely psycholinguistic approach, his acute linguistic and sociolinguistic awareness is evident throughout and especially so in his reflections on what it means to be bilingual and bicultural. The book also defends increased co-operation among researchers in connecting fields such as the language sciences and the neurosciences.
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xv, 361 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • Bilingualism as ideology and practice / Monica Heller
  • Bilingualism : colonialism and postcolonialism / Christopher Stroud
  • Minority language movements / Alexandra Jaffe
  • Bilingualism and the nation-state in the post-national era / Joan Pujolar
  • Beyond the nation-state : international agencies as new sites of discourses on bilingualism / Shaylih Muehlmann and Alexandre Duchêne
  • Language endangerment, language rights and indigeneity / Donna Patrick
  • Language, migration and citizenship : new challenges in the regulation of bilingualism / Melissa G. Moyer and Luisa Martín Rojo
  • Bilingualism, education and the regulation of access to language resources / Marilyn Martin-Jones-- Bilingualism and the globalized new economy : the commodification of language and identity / Emanuel da Silva, Mireille McLaughlin and Mary Richards
  • Bilingualism in the mass media and on the internet / Jannis Androutsopoulos
  • Language socialization and the (re)production of bilingual subjectivities / Paul B. Garrett
  • Heteroglossia and boundaries / Benjamin Bailey
  • Bilingualism, praxis and linguistic description / Lukas D. Tsitsipis
  • Bilingualism and the analysis of talk at work : code-switching as a resource for the organizaton of action and interaction / Lorenza Mondada
  • The monolingual bias in bilingualism research, or : why bilingual talk is (still) a challenge for linguistics / Peter Auer
  • The future of 'bilingualism' / Monica Heller
  • Postface : Politique et idéologie : la cas du bilinguisme / Andrée Tabouret-Keller
  • English summary of Tabouret-Keller's Postface politics and ideology : the case of bilingualism.
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  • I. INTRODUCTION-- 1. Weaving spaces and (de)constructing ways for multilingual schools:-- The actual and the imagined Ofelia Garcia, Tove Skutnabb-Kangas and Maria Torres-Guzman-- II. PEDAGOGIES, VALUES AND SCHOOLS-- 2. Identity texts: The imaginative construction of self through multiliteracies pedagogy Jim Cummins (OISE, University of Toronto)-- 3. Imagining multilingual education in France: A language and cultural awareness project at primary level Christine Helot (Institut Universitaire de Formation des Maitres) and Andrea Young (Institut Universitaire de Formation des Maitres)-- 4. Reclaiming multilingual America: Lessons from Native American youth Teresa L. McCarty (Arizona State University), Mary Eunice Romero (Arizona State University), Ofelia Zepeda (University of Arizona)-- 5. Attitudes towards language learning in different linguistic models of the Basque Autonomous Community Feli Etxeberria-Sagastume (Universidad del Pais Vasco/Euskal Herriko Universitatea)-- III. EXTENDING FORMAL INSTRUCTIONAL SPACES-- 6. Back to basics: Marketing the benefits of bilingualism to parents Viv Edwards (University of Reading) and Lynda Pritchard Newcombe-- 7. Popular education and language rights in indigenous Mayan communities: Emergence of new social actors and gendered voices Karen Ogulnick (Long Island University)-- IV. TENSIONS BETWEEN MULTIPLE REALITIES-- 8. Imagined multilingual schools: How come we don't deliver? Elana Shohamy (Tel Aviv University)-- 9. Monolingual assessment and emerging bilinguals: A case study in the US Kathy Escamilla (University of Colorado)-- 10. The Long road to multilingual schools in Botswana Lydia Nyati-Ramahobo (University of Botswana)-- V. NEGOTIATING POLICIES OF IMPLEMENTATION-- 11. Nichols to NCLB: Local and global perspectives on US language education policy Nancy H. Hornberger (University of Pennsylvania)-- 12. Cultural diversity, multilingualism and indigenous education luis Enrique Lopez (Universidad Mayor de San Simon)-- 13. Multilingualism of the unequals and predicaments of education in India Ajit K. Mohanty (Jawaharlal Nehru University).
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This book brings together visions and realities of multilingual schools throughout the world in order to examine the pedagogical, socio educational, and socio political issues that impact on their development and success. The book considers issues of multilingual schooling in different countries and for diverse populations and groups, while taking into account the global pressures of the 21st century.
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xiii, 457 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Preface.Acknowledgments.1. Introduction.Multiple Voices: The Word from China.1.1 Introduction.1.2 Bilinguals and their languages.1.3 Views about bilinguals.1.4 Learning a second language.1.5 Where did bilingualism come from?.1.6 Linguists: what they know and don't know.1.7 Why so many languages?.1.8 The rationale for many languages today.1.9 Attitudes about language.1.10 Linguistics and bilingualism.1.11 Why bilingualism matters to you.1.12 Bilingualism: Practical considerations.1.13 How the book is organized.1.14 Words and phrases to remember..2. What's a Language? What's a Dialect? What "Social Work" do they do?.Multiple voices: the word from italy.2.1 Introduction.2.2 What counts as a language?.2.3 Problems with mutual intelligibility.2.4 Dialects as groupings under a language.2.5 The written language and dialects.2.6 Identifying the standard dialect.2.7 Who speaks a dialect?.2.8 Summing up.2.9 Words and phrases to remember..3. Who is a Bilingual? What Factors Promote Bilingualism?.Multiple voices: the word from ecuador.3.1 Introduction.3.2 Who is a bilingual?.3.3 Defining bilingualism.3.4 Factors promoting bilingualism.3.5 Conditions of displacement.3.6 Summing up. 3.7 Words and phrases to remember..4. Language Maintenance and Shift. multiple voices: the word from algerians in france.4.1 Introduction.4.2 Three useful models of community organization.4.3 Allocation of varieties.4.4 Diglossia and domains.4.5 Maintenance or shift?.4.6 Representative case studies.4.7 The younger generation and bilingualism.4.8 Separating language maintenance from cultural maintenance.4.9 Summing up.4.10 Words and phrases to remember..5. Ideologies and Attitudes.multiple voices: the word from papua new guinea.5.1 Introduction.5.2 Language attitudes vs. cultural ideologies.5.3 Power and the economy of language.5.4 How languages identify groups.5.5 Language attitudes.5.6 Theoretical models and the expression of attitudes.5.7 Language ideology.5.8 Summing up.5.9 Words and phrases to remember..6. The Social Motivations for Language Use in Interpersonal Interactions.multiple voices: the word from turks in the netherlands.6.1 Introduction.6.2 Linguistic varieties as social indices.6.3 More than meets the ear.6.4 Language varieties absorb meanings from situations.6.5 Speakers have their own motivations for choices, too.6.6 Models to explain conversational choices.6.7 What accommodation means.6.8 Markedness Model: another model of social motivations.6.9 Code choices within a Conversation Analysis approach.6.10 Summary on explaining bilingual choices.6.11 Summing up.6.12 Words and phrases to remember..7. Inter-Cultural Communication.multiple voices: the word from indians in england.7.1 Introduction.7.2 Languages are different and so are cultures.7.3 Dividing up societies as individualistic or collectivistic.7.4 High- and low-context messages.7.5 Five areas of potential differences.7.6 Is silence golden?.7.7 Ideas about "good" conversational routines differ.7.8 The faces of politeness.7.9 How to ask for something in different cultures.7.10 Cross-cultural ideas about power differentials.7.11 Managing cross-cultural conflicts.7.12 Summing up.7.13 Words and phrases to remember..8. Lexical Borrowing.multiple voices: the word from kenya.8.1 Introduction.8.2 Lexical borrowing.8.3 Cultural and core borrowings.8.4 Core borrowings.8.5 Less direct borrowings.8.6 How borrowed words are integrated.8.7 Morphological integration.8.8 Nouns versus other categories.8.9 What borrowings can tell us.8.10 Summing up.8.11 Words and phrases to remember..9. What Happens to Grammars in Bilingual Contacts.multiple voices: the word from palestinians in the u.s.9.1 Introduction.9.2 Codeswitching.9.3 A model for classic codeswitching.9.4 How other approaches to codeswitching from the MLF model.9.5 Singly-occurring words as borrowings or codeswitches?.9.6 Conclusions on singly-occurring words in codeswitching.9.7 Larger Embedded Language phrases in Matrix Language frames.9.8 The 4-M model.9.9 Convergence and attrition.9.10 Creation of pidgins and creoles.9.11 Pidgins.9.12 Creoles.9.13 Summing up.9.14 Words and phrases to remember..10. Psycholinguistics and Bilingualism.multiple voices: the word from hungary.10.1 Introduction.10.2 Themes in psycholinguistics and bilingualism.10.3 Classifying bilinguals.10.4 Validity and experimental methodologies.10.5 The mental lexicon.10.6 Level of activation.10.7 Testing for selective access.10.8 Summary on experiments.10.9 Models of language production.10.10 Memory.10.11 Bilingualism, the brain, and aphasia.10.12 Summing up.10.13 Words and phrases to remember..11. Age of Acquisition and Success with a Second Language.multiple voices: croatian-australians in australia.11.1 Introduction.11.2 Introducing child bilingualism.11.3 Successes in child bilingualism studies.11.4 But is bilingualism an advantage or a disadvantage?.11.5 Does early acquisition affect some systems the most?.11.6 Learning a second language later.11.7 Age-related issues and the brain.11.8 Second language acquisition (SLA) as formal instruction.11.9 Summing up.11.10 Words and phrases to remember..12. Language Policies and Globalization.multiple voices: the word from an american in norway.12.1 Introduction.12.2 What are the parts of language planning?.12.3 Status planning.12.4 Corpus planning.12.5 Acquisition planning.12.6 English in the world.12.7 The European Union and Europe's new industry: translating.12.8 Summing up.12.9 Words and phrases to remember..13. Conclusions.multiple voices: the word from haitians in new york usa.13.1 Some themes to remember.13.2 Guidelines for understanding speakers in relation to their languages..References.Index of Authors.Index of Languages.Index of Subjects.
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"Multiple Voices: An Introduction to Bilingualism" provides a comprehensive overview of all major features of bilingualism, including grammatical, cognitive, and social aspects. It examines bilingualism as a socio-political phenomenon and emphasizes languages in contact, language maintenance and shift, language policy, and bilingual education. It includes many detailed examples from all over the world that is written accessibly for students with little or no background in linguistics by a prominent bilingualism researcher.
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  • Preface How to Use This Book Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Sociolinguistic Dimensions of Bilingualism 2. Linguistic Dimensions of Bilingualism 3. Psycholinguistic Dimensions of Bilingualism Conclusion Resource List Glossary Bibliography Language Index Name Index Subject Index.
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  • Sociolinguistic dimensions of bilingualism-- linguistic dimensions of bilingualism-- psycholinguistic dimensions of bilingualism.
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This is a comprehensive collection of the classics in the study of bilingualism. Designed as a structured student reader, it covers: definitions and typology of bilingualism language choice and bilingual interaction grammar of codeswitching and bilingual acquisition the bilingual brain and bilingual production and perception methodological issues in the study of bilingualism. Invaluable editorial material guides the student through different sections of the reader. Critical discussion of research methods, graded study questions and activities, a comprehensive glossary, and an up-to-date resource list make The Bilingualism Reader an essential introductory text for any course in bilingualism. Peter Auer, Michael Clyne, Kees de Bot, Charles ferguson, Joshua Fishman, Fred Genesse, David Green, Francois Grosjean, John Gumperz, Monica Heller, Li Wei, William Mackey, Jurgen Meisel, Lesley Mi.
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  • 1. Hablamos Los Dos. We Speak Both: Studying Bilingualism in the Community Context. 2. The Community: El Bloque. 3. The Bilingual/Multidialectal Repertoire of El Bloque. 4. Bilingualism En Casa. 5. The Hows and Whys of +ACI-Spanglish+ACI-. 6. The Grammar of +ACI-Spanglish+ACI-. 7. Life and Language in Young Adulthood. 8. Isabel: A Special Case. 9. Spanish Competence. 10. Raising the Next Generation of New York Puerto Ricans. 11. Maria: Learning to Defenderse. 12. Expanding Repertoires: Linking Language, Education, and the New Diversity. References. Tables. Figures.
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This book provides an inside view of the social construction of bilingualism in one of the largest and most disadvantaged Spanish-speaking groups in the United States. It walks readers through a New York Puerto Rican Community and describes the five varieties of Spanish and English that constitute the community's bilingual and multi-dialectal repertoire, the four major communication patterns that predominate in the homes of twenty families with children, and the syntactic features and discourse strategies of so-called "Spanglish".
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