Language Ideological Debates
Jan Blommaert, Director of Babylon Centre for the Study of Multicultural Societies Jan Blommaert
Walter de Gruyter, 1999 - 447 pagina's
Taking off from the apt epigram that "... language, after all, is a purely historical phenomenon", these sociolinguistic analyses present debates over how language ideologies are formed, articulated, and entextualized. The editor's opening and final essays entitled "the debate is open" and "the debate is closed" bookend ten debates relating to language, identity, and political power: French-into-Corsican translations, dialect in Switzerland, Catalan vs. Spanish in Barcelona since the 1992 Olympics, Canada's linguistic cultures, bilingual education in the US, Ebonics, Singapore's "Speak Mandarin' campaign, the revival status of Israeli Hebrew, and European tongues and literary genres in postcolonial Africa.
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African languages African-American American argued argument AVUI Barcelona Ben-Hayyim Bernese German bilingual education Blommaert campaign Canada Castilian Catalan Catalonia Chinese community colonial Congo context Corsican Corsican language cultural discourse discussion dominant Ebonics elite English ethnic European Franco francophones FRELIMO French German-speaking guage Hebrew Hebrew language hegemonic Hencxthoven Hulstaert identity ideology of dialect intellectuals Israel Israeli issue language ideological debates language ideologies language policy Lee Kuan Yew leSonenu Lingala lingua linguistic literary literature Mandarin Meeuwis missionaries modernists monolingual mother-tongue Mozambican Mozambique multilingual myth national language nationalist norm official language Olympic original poetry political Portuguese practices programs Quebec RENAMO role Romansch Rosen Singapore Singaporeans social socialist society sociolinguistic Spanish speak Speak Mandarin Campaign speakers speech standard German status structure Swahili Swahili literature Swiss Swiss German Switzerland symbolic Tanzania teachers tion tradition translation Tsemakh Ujamaa Vyncke writing Zairian
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