Advances in the Study of Societal Multilingualism.

FISHMAN, Joshua A. (ed.). Advances in the Study of Societal Multilingualism. The Hague / Paris / New York : Mouton Publishers, (1978). Student Edition. Pp [i]-xiii,(3),1-842,(2). Illustrated. Maps. Index. 8vo, red card covers. Contents : Part One: Language Contact. 1. Bilingualism, Language Contact,and Immigrant Languages in the United States. A Research Report, 1956-1970 (by Einar Haugen). 2. Some (German-English) Language Contact Phenomena at the Discourse Level (by Michael G. Clyne). 3. Triglossia and Swahili-English Bilingualism in Tanzania (by M. H. Abdulaziz Mkilifi). Part Two: LanguageMaintenance and language Shift. 4. Occupational Concomitants of Language V ariability in Southern Austrian Bilingual Communities (by Lilian A. Brudner-White). 5. Yiddish in Israel. A Case Study of Efforts to Revise a Monocentric Language Policy (by Joshua A. Fishman and David E. Fishman). 6. Migration and the Decline of the Welsh Language (by Glyn Lewis). 7. Issues and Trends in Frisian Bilingualism (by Liewe Pietersen). 8. Doukhobor Russian Language Maintenance (by A. L. Vanek and Regna Darnell). 9. The Assimilation and Non-Assimiliilatioon of European Linguistic Minorities. A Sociological Retrospection (by P. H. van der Plank). Part Three: The Spread of Languages of Wider Communication. 10. The Spread of Amharic in Ethiopia (by Robert L. Cooper). 11. English in South Asia (by Braj B. Kachru). 12. Distribution ofContact Languages in India. A Study of the 1961 Bilingualism Returns (by L achman M. Khubchandani). 13. A Survey of English Use in Jordan (by G. Richard Tuck). Part Four. The Re-establishment of Functional Allocation. 14. Trends in the Study of Athapaskan Language Maintenance and Bilingualism (by James Kari and Bernard Spolski). 15. Values, Language, and Politics in Canada(by John Meisel). 16. Language in East Africa. Linguistic Patterns and Pol itical Ideologies (by Carol Myers Scotton). 17. Trends in Bilingualism in Canada (by Frank G. Vallee and John de Vries). Addenda: A1. A Graduate Program in the Sociology of Language (by Joshua A. Fishman). A2. The Developmentof the Sociology of Language and Its Social Implications (by Rolf Kjolseth ). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Spine sunned, rubbed, creased, half-title page corner-clipped, else very good. 40.00

Title: Advances in the Study of Societal Multilingualism.

Author Name: FISHMAN, Joshua A. (ed.). MEISEL, John de VRIES, John SCOTTON, Carol Myers

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Publisher: Mouton Publishers, The Hague / Paris / New York , 1978, ISBN:9027977429:

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