Language and Ethnicity
James R. Dow
John Benjamins Publishing, Jan 1, 1991 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 255 pages
An impressive collection of theoretical perspectives and empirical data which includes papers on Catalan, Galician, Tagalog, and the minority languages of Kenya. Most of the contributions deal with ethnic minorities in North America: language maintenance and shift and cultural aspects of various language minorities' as well as Judeo-English and Yiddish spoken by children of Jewish immigrants.
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American areas assimilation become behavior bilingual education Bisayan bruder Castilian speakers Catalan language Catalonia Cebu Cebuano Census century children of immigrants conversation dative dialect diglossia distinct dominant endogamy Enninger ethnic identity ethnic language ethnolinguistic ethnos example Filipino Gonzalez greeting guage guistic hegemonic Herrn Hispanic humanistic interaction Jewish language Jews Joshua Fishman Kikuyu language and ethnicity language policy language practice language shift linguistic linguistic repertoire Luyia Manila marked choice markedness Mennonite monolingualism mother tongue Nairobi national language native speakers nonsectarian norm old ethnicity Old Order Amish outgroup language paradigm parents Pennsylvania German person Philippines political population programs question rates of language RO balance Rosalía Rosalía de Castro salient second language sectarians shared ethnicity social society sociolinguistic solidarity Spanish spoken Swahili switching symbolic Tagalog Täufer tion United University unmarked variety Veltman world view Yiddish language