2 edition of Methodological and analytical issues in language maintenance and language shift studies found in the catalog.
Methodological and analytical issues in language maintenance and language shift studies
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Maya Khemlani David, ed.|
|Series||Duisburger Arbeiten zur Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaft,, Duisburg Papers on Research in Language and Culture., Bd. 46, Duisburger Arbeiten zur Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaft ;, Bd. 46.|
|Contributions||David, Maya Khemlani.|
|LC Classifications||P40.5.L32 M48 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 201 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||201|
|ISBN 10||3631389205, 0820454613|
|LC Control Number||2002398446|
Knowledge of Language – Variation – Scientiﬁc Investigation – Language and Society – Sociolinguistics and the Sociology of Language – Methodological Concerns – Overview – Further Reading Part I Languages and Communities 23 2 Languages, Dialects, and Varieties 25 Language and Dialect – Regional Dialects – Social Dialects –. Abstract. LANGUAGE MAINTENANCE AND LANGUAGE SHIFT AS A FIELD OF INQUIRY A DEFINITION OF THE FIELD AND SUGGESTIONS FOR ITS FURTHER DEVELOPMENT JOSHUA A. FISHMAN1 The study of language maintenance and language shift is concerned with the relationship between change or stability in habitual language use, on the one hand, .
What is discourse analysis? Discourse analysis is the study of social life, understood through analysis of language in its widest sense (including face-to-face talk, non-verbal interaction, images, symbols and documents).1 It offers ways of investigating meaning, whether in conversation or in culture.2 Discourse analytic studies encompass a broad range of theories, topics and analytic Cited by: Intended to help readers understand and critique research in language learning, this text presents a balanced and objective view of a range of methods--including formal experiments, introspective methods, interaction and transcript analysis, ethnography and case studies.4/5.
notions on language shift and language planning with case studies and prac-tical observations on language maintenance efforts. Although not advising any step-by-step programs, it informs and carries through the concepts of language planning in appropriate sociofunctional domains that RLS resources can handle. This book presents comparative studies demonstrating language-specific solutions to generic interactional problems. Antaki, C., Biazzi, M., Nissen, A., & Wagner, J. (). Accounting for moral judgments in academic talk: Cited by:
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The phenomenon of language maintenance and shift (LMLS) discusses how one particular language pervades the domain of another and eventually replaces that particular language. This book examines a number of methodological and analytical issues in LMLS studies. The writers discuss analytical constructs and review theoretical issues in LMLS citing studies Format: Paperback.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 21 cm. Contents: Contents: Analytical Constructs and Methodological Issues in LMLS Studies - Manifestations of Language Shift - Variables Affecting Language Shift. 'This comprehensive book is a thorough, critical discussion of language maintenance and shift that ranges from the historical evolution of the field as a focus of academic enquiry, its research methods and a presentation of the key findings and insights about the dynamics of multilingual by: 9.
The study of language maintenance and language shift is concerned with the relationship between change (or stability) in habitual language use, on the one hand, and ongoing psychological, social or cultural processes, on the other hand, when populations differing in language use are in contact with each other.
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LANGUAGE MAINTENANCE/SHIFT OF A THREE-GENERATION ITALIAN FAMILY IN THREE MIGRATION COUNTRIES: AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE STUDY Carla Maria Finocchiaro Submitted in total fulfilment of the requirements of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics.
Language maintenance denotes the continuing use of a language in the face of competition from a regionally and socially more powerful language. Language shift is the opposite of this: it denotes the replacement of one language by another as the primary means of communication within a community.
View Language Maintenance and Shift Research Papers on for free. Name: Fatimah NIM: Summary: Language Maintenance (Davis, Alan and Catherine Elder. The handbook of applied linguistics. Cornwall: Blackwell Publishing Ltd) Defining Language Maintenance In fact investigating language maintenance is often done through the identification of domains and situations in which the language.
This paper discusses two issues arising from this setting: (2) the history of agent-based modeling and (1) the relation of agent-based modeling to other scientific methods of creating new. SOCIOLINGUISTICS:Language Maintenance, Shift and Death 1.
Jholy O. Quintan Jobelle L. Peñano Bryan E. Novio 2. CONTACT and BORROWING Language contact has traditionally been a subfield of historical linguistics, concentrating on changes in language that are due to external contact with other languages, rather than with internal change. One concern of language-contact studies.
Sercombe, P‘Language maintenance and shift: a review of theoretical and regional issues with special reference to Borneo, in MK David (ed.), Methodological and analytical issues in language maintenance and language shift studies, Peter Lang, Frankfurt—am Main, Germany, pp.
1– Google ScholarCited by: 5. RESULTS Based on the related studies done, we found out the causes of language shift or death can be divided into natural or environmental causes, political or military, social causes, language policy, cultural and religious causes and linguistic factors.
It also presents case studies of endangered languages from various language families. These descriptive case studies not only provide data on the degree of endangerment and the causes of language death, but also provide a general sociolinguistic and typological characterization the language(s) under discussion and the prospects of language maintenance Pages: CiteScore SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) The volume is an absolute must-read for any student and researcher in the field of bi-/multilingualism and the adjacent spheres of language contact, language and globalization, second language acquisition, cross-cultural communication, world Englishes, and others.” (World Englishes, 10 February ).
Language shift and maintenance constitute a cluster of phenomena concerning aspects of language dynamics. Even though communities’ linguistic codes are in a constant process of change in general, language shift presupposes stressful socio-historical conditions in order to take place.
Linguistic shift is the replacement of one or more. thelanguageofthemajorgroupthatusuallyservesasmainstreamlanguage. Knowledge ofthe mainstreamlanguage is vital for linguistic minorities,unless they choose tostay Size: 1MB. An Analysis of Language Teaching Approaches and Methods —Effectiveness and Weakness LIU Qing-xue, SHI Jin-fang (Foreign Language School, East China Jiaotong University, Nanchang Jiangxi ,China) Abstract: Language teaching approaches and methods have cast light on the language teaching theory and Size: 42KB.
It addresses in detail the proper implementation and interpretation of meta-analytic procedures and discusses the main aspects of a systematic review and meta-analysis, such as framing a research question, searching for relevant studies, applying appropriate meta-analytical techniques to combine the data, and presenting them in a comprehensive.
Hijjo, N. and M. Fannouna () The Lexical Borrowing in Palestinian Colloquial Arabic, Issues in Language Studies, 3(1). Holmes et al () Language Maintenance and Language Shift in Three New Zealand Speech Communities, Applied Linguistics, 14(1),1 – UNESCO’s methodological guideline entitled ‘Language Vitality and Endangerment’ (LVE)1 was developed by an Ad hoc expert group comprising linguists from various regions in ‐ and adopted by an international meeting ‘Safeguarding Endangered Languages’ held at UNESCO Headquarters in File Size: KB.This thesis investigates patterns of language use, language attitudes, identity and attitudes towards learning Arabic, within two Arabic speaking communities in the UK.
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