Immigrant Languages in Europe

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Guus Extra, Ludo Th Verhoeven
Multilingual Matters, 1993 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 326 pages
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The focus of this book is on immigrant groups and immigrant languages with a recent or earlier background of migration to industrialized countries in Western and Northern Europe. After presenting some basic concepts in the area of language and immigration, the book focuses on demographic statistics of immigrant groups in European Community countries and Scandinavia, and on research in the field of immigrant language varieties.
  

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Contents

Immigrant Groups and Immigrant Languages in Europe
3
Sweden Finnish
21
South Asian Languages in Britain
55
Croatian or Serbian as a Diaspora Language in Western Europe
101
Turkish Language Development in Germany
133
Turkish Language Development in the Netherlands
147
Parental Attitudes Towards Child Bilingualism in
181
Lars Johanson
197
TurkishDutch Codeswitching and the FrameProcess Model
223
Codeswitching and Borrowing in an ArabicDutch Context
237
Sally Boyd
273
Romani at the Crossroads
285
Methodological Issues in Language Shift Research
297
Lexical Aspects of Language Attrition and Shift
309
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