Includes bibliographical references (p. 186-192).
|Series||SILL-- series in Indian languages and linguistics ;, 21, Series in Indian languages and linguistics ;, 21.|
|LC Classifications||PK2631 .M84 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||97900879|
'This comprehensive book is a thorough, critical discussion of language maintenance and shift that ranges from the historical evolution of the field as a focus of academic enquiry, its research methods and a presentation of the key findings and insights about the dynamics of multilingual by: 9. Language shift refers to “the gradual displacement of one language by another in the lives of the community members” manifested as loss in number of speakers, level of proficiency, or range of functional use of the language. The contrasting term has traditionally been language maintenance, which “denotes the continuing use of a language in the face of competition from a regionally and Cited by: 6. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert C Williamson; John A Van Eerde; S. Procedures for improving sociolinguistic surveys of language maintenance and language shiftTimm, L.A. Bilinguilism, diglossia and language shift in BrittanyHuffines, M.L. Pennsylvania German: maintenance and shiftWilliamson, R.C. and Van Eerde, J.A. Language shift, the loss of language on the societal level, is the major mechanism underlying the loss of linguistic diversity that we are witnessing today across the : Patrick Heinrich.
Language Maintenance, Language Shift, and Reversing Language Shift. author. Joshua A. Fishman. Yeshiva University, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA. Search for more papers by this author. Book Editor(s): Tej K. Bhatia. It also discusses the socio‐functions of language use from the point of view of reversing language shift (RLS Cited by: The study of language maintenance and language shift is concerned with the relationship between change (or stability) in habitual language use, on the one hand, and ongoing psychological, social or cultural processes, on the other hand, when populations differing in . Language maintenance and shift 1. LANGUAGE MAINTENANCE AND SHIFT A presentation by: CLARA LING BOON ING () NUR FARAH NADIA BT MEOR RAZMAN () 2. INTRODUCTION • Language Death/Shift: Tsunoda (, p) claims that language death or language shift is that “ a given language is still used as the vehicle of communication by. The chapter discusses language defense, which is a possible focus within both the status‐planning and the corpus‐planning halves of any successful language‐planning enterprise that genuinely aims at assisting contextually weaker or threatened by:
'This comprehensive book is a thorough, critical discussion of language maintenance and shift that ranges from the historical evolution of the field as a focus of academic enquiry, its research methods and a presentation of the key findings and insights about Author: Anne Pauwels. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Part I. History, Concepts, Contexts and Approaches --Pioneers in the study of language maintenance and language shift --Concepts, contexts and approaches to the study of language maintenance and shift --Part igating Language Maintenance and . SOCIOLINGUISTICS:Language Maintenance, Shift and Death 1. Jholy O. Quintan Jobelle L. Peñano Bryan E. Novio 2. CONTACT and BORROWING Language contact has traditionally been a subfield of historical linguistics, concentrating on changes in language that are due to external contact with other languages, rather than with internal change. One concern of language-contact . Request PDF | Language Shift and Language Maintenance in Indonesia | Indonesia is a large nation in terms of both geography and population, and a very large number of languages are spoken within Author: Simon Musgrave.