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LINGUIST List 20.1357

Thu Apr 09 2009

TOC: International Journal of the Sociology of Lang 2009/195 (2009)

Editor for this issue: Fatemeh Abdollahi <fatemehlinguistlist.org>

        1.    Julia Ulrich, International Journal of the Sociology of Language Vol 2009, No 195 (2009)

Message 1: International Journal of the Sociology of Language Vol 2009, No 195 (2009)
Date: 08-Apr-2009
From: Julia Ulrich <julia.ulrichdegruyter.com>
Subject: International Journal of the Sociology of Language Vol 2009, No 195 (2009)
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Publisher: Mouton de Gruyter

Journal Title: International Journal of the Sociology of Language
Volume Number: 2009
Issue Number: 195
Issue Date: 2009

Main Text:

International Journal of the Sociology of Language
Volume: 2009, Number: 195 (January 2009)
is now available online from Walter de Gruyter at:
Nikolas Coupland and Michelle Aldridge

In memoriam: Alan Richard Thomas
Michelle Aldridge, Bob Morris-Jones, and Nikolas Coupland

Introduction: a critical approach to the revitalisation of Welsh
Nikolas Coupland and Michelle Aldridge

Code switching and the future of the Welsh language
Margaret Deuchar and Peredur Davies

Bilingual literacy in and for working lives on the land: case studies of young
Welsh speakers in North Wales
Marilyn Martin-Jones, Buddug Hughes, and Anwen Williams

Language attitudes and identity in a North Wales town: something different
about Caernarfon?
Eddie Williams

Accommodating new speakers? An attitudinal investigation of L2 speakers of
Welsh in south-east Wales
Elen Robert

Issues of gender and parents' language values in the minority language
socialisation of young children in Wales
Kathryn Jones and Delyth Morris

How green is their valley? Subjective vitality of Welsh language and culture in
the Chubut Province, Argentina
Ian Johnson

Diasporic ethnolinguistic subjectivities: Patagonia, North America, and Wales
Peter Garrett, Hywel Bishop, and Nikolas Coupland

Commentary: the primacy of renewal
Colin H. Williams

Small languages and small language communities 61

The straw that broke the language's back: language shift in the Upper Necaxa
Valley of Mexico
Yvonne Lam and Nancy C. Dorian

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): Welsh (cym)

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