From: Joyce Gettman <jgettman2unl.edu>
Subject: Anthropological Linguistics Vol. 52, No. 2 (2010)
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Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
Journal Title: Anthropological Linguistics
Volume Number: 52
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: 2010
Subtitle: The Sociolinguistics of Language Endangerment
Special Issue: The Sociolinguistics of Language Endangerment
Language Endangerment and Resilience Linguistics: Case Studies of Gong and
Take Care of the Poets! Verbal Art Performances as Key Factors in the
Preservation of Kalasha Language and Culture
Pierpaolo Di Carlo
"Brainwash from English"? Barunga Kriol Speakers' Views on Their Own Language
The Role of Social Networks in Endangered Language Maintenance and
Revitalization: The Case of Guernesiais in the Channel Islands
Recollecting Words and Expressions in Aasá, a Dead Language in Tanzania
Sara Petrollino and Maarten Mous
Cultural Ecologies of Endangered Languages: The Cases of Wawa and Njanga
Sascha Sebastian Griffiths and Laura Robson
Subject Language(s): Guianese Creole French (gcr)
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