The State of minority languages : international perspectives on survival and decline / Willem Fase, Koen Jaspaert, Sjaak Kroon.

Lisse : Swets & Zeitlinger ; Exton, PA. : Publishers, [1995], ©1995.
317 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.


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  • The state of minority languages; introductory remarks / Willem Fase, Koen Jaspaert and Sjaak Kroon
  • Forging identities in the preschool: competing discourses and their relationship to research / Jim Cummins
  • The powers of nationalism: the Canadian Referendum of 1992 / John Edwards
  • Dimensions of minority language survival/non-survival: intergroup cognitions and communication climates / Laura Leets and Howard Giles
  • Turkish and Arabic proficiency in a first and second language environment / Rian Aarts, Jan Jaap de Ruiter and Ludo Verhoeven
  • Minority and majority language use in the family among four immigrant groups in the Nordic Region / Sally Boyd, Paula Andersson, Harald Berggreen and Jorid Hjulstad Junttila
  • Language-related criteria as determinants of ethnicity: goals and results of a feasibility study in the Netherlands / Peter Broeder, Guus Extra and Roeland van Hout
  • Language policy and regional characteristics of minority language communities / John de Vries --
  • Indigenous language loss in Mexico: the process of language displacement in verbal interaction / Rainer Enrique Hamel
  • Parent attitudes to children's L1 maintenance: a cross-sectional study of immigrant groups in the Nordic countries / Anne Holmen, Sirkku Latomaa, Jorgen Gimbel, Suzanne Andersen and J. Normann Jorgensen
  • Reciprocity agreements as a language planning instrument for the maintenance of minority languages / Normand Labrie
  • The use of Finnish and Swedish in two generations of Sweden Finns / Jarmo Lainio
  • American Indian languages and United States language policy / Jon Reyhner
  • Ecolinguistic biographies: social networks in a nursery school / Linda Thompson
  • Attitudes and bilingual behaviour in the Thorne Valley / Erling Wande and Birger Winsa
  • Frisian diminutive formation among Frisian and Dutch primary school children / Jehannes Ytsma --
  • Good conferences in a wicked world: on some worrisome problems in the study of language maintenance and language shift / Joshua A. Fishman.
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