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Perspectives on language contact
Michael G. Clyne
The New Perspectives on Language and Education book series features critical and interpretive, disciplinary and multidisciplinary perspectives on teaching and learning, language and literacy in new times. New proposals, particularly for edited volumes, are expected to acknowledge and include perspectives from the Global South. Introduction and conspectus: what is language contact or CILC? / Anthony P. Grant -- Theories of language contact / Donald Winford -- Phonetics, phonology and CILC / Thomas Klein, E-Ching Ng, Anthony Grant -- Morphology and CILC / Francesco Gardani -- Syntax and CILC / Malcolm Ross -- Semantics and CILC / Brian Mott, Natalia Laso -- Sociolinguistic, sociological .
Language perspectives by Lyle L. Lloyd, Richard L. Schiefelbusch, , University Park Press edition, in English. Presenting research on language policy and planning, with a special focus on educational contexts in which English plays a role, this book brings readers up-to-date on the latest developments in research, theory, and practice in a rapidly changing field.
Language contact can also lead to the development of new languages when people without a common language interact closely. Resulting from this contact a pidgin may develop, which may eventually become a full-fledged creole language through the process of creolization (though some linguists assert that a creole need not emerge from a pidgin). Prime examples of this are . This book will be of particular interest to academics, researchers, and post-graduate students in the fields of language education, teacher education, and education for multilingual learners. It will be of great value to anyone concerned with equity and social justice for multilingual learners whose languages, cultural practices, and resources.
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Perspectives on Language Contact Hardcover – January 1, by Michael (Ed.)Author: Michael (Ed.) Clyne. Perspectives on language contact: based on a study of German in Australia. Melbourne, Hawthorn Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Michael G Clyne.
The study of languages in contact is an ever-relevant topic in linguistics, especially at present times when increasing globalization leads to a number of new contact situations.
This volume features ten papers on various aspects of language contact by leading specialists in the field. Language in Use examines language processing and first language learning and illuminates the insights that discourse and usage-based models provide in issues of second language learning.
Using a diverse array of methodologies, it examines how speakers employ various discourse-level resources to structure interaction and create meaning. Perspectives on language contact book important book includes sections on cognitive and developmental approaches to language and literacy acquisition, sociocultural approaches to language and literacy, crosslinguistic and bilingual issues in language and literacy, and critical perspectives on language.
Contact linguistics and usage-based linguistics: a marriage made in heaven In my talk, I aim to explore in what ways the study of contact-induced language change can benefit from adopting the usage-based approach to linguistic theory that underlies much of ‘Cognitive Linguistics’.
From this perspective, language change is characterized as. It has two principal aims: to analyze language contact from different perspectives – notably those of language typology, diachronic linguistics, language acquisition and translation studies; and to.
Each author has written from their experiences working as an anthropologist and that personal touch makes for an accessible introduction to cultural anthropology.
The first edition of Perspectives was published in and is available in the archive. This book is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial International.
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The basic premise of sociolinguistics is that language is variable and ever-changing. As a result, language is not uniform or constant. Rather, it is varied and inconsistent for both the individual user and within and among groups of speakers who use the same language.
"Language contact is a major factor in language change," notes Stephan Gramley, author or multiple books on the English language. "Contact with other languages and other dialectal varieties of one language is a source of alternative pronunciations, grammatical structures, and vocabulary.".
Interactional Perspectives on LSP (Language and Cultural Contact) [Inger Lassen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Seven comparative case studies consider clashes between local versus global expression, as well as tradition versus modernity.
Book Description Highlights the complexity of contact-induced language change throughout the history of English by bringing together cutting-edge research from historical linguistics, variationist sociolinguistics, pidgin/creole linguistics and language.
This book contributes to a more balanced view of the most dramatic results of language contact by presenting linguistic and historical sketches of lesser-known contact languages. The twelve case studies offer eloquent testimony against the still common view that all contact languages are pidgins and creoles with maximally simple and essentially identical grammars.
The obvious takeaway is that language learning is not an abstract subject like physics that can be learned out of a book regardless of the world around you. There are sociological factors at play, and the more we do to connect with the culture on the other end of our second language, the faster and easier it will be for us to learn that language.
It offers a historical perspective on the impact of language contact on English and discusses whether the lexicogrammatical features of New Englishes and ELF are shaped by imperfect learning or deliberate language change.
Evaluating Language Assessments 1st Edition. Antony John Kunnan J Evaluating Language Assessments offers a comprehensive overview of the theoretical bases and research methodologies for the evaluation of language assessments and demonstrates the importance of a fuller understanding of this widely used evaluative tool.Perspectives is a four-level series in American and British English that teaches learners to think critically and to develop the language skills they need to find their own voice in English.
The carefully-guided language lessons, real-world stories, and TED Talks motivate learners to think creatively and communicate effectively.Definition of Perspective. While reading a fiction or non-fiction book, readers see and experience the events and feelings about the characters through a certain point of view, which is called a “perspective.”A perspective is a literary tool, which serves as a lens through which readers observe characters, events, and happenings.