Multilingualism and Language Diversity in Urban Areas

Acquisition, identities, space, education

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| University of Hamburg
| University of Hamburg
| University of Hamburg
| University of Hamburg
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This state-of-the-art volume provides an interdisciplinary overview of current topics and research foci in the areas of linguistic diversity and migration-induced multilingualism and aims to lay the foundations for interdisciplinary work and the development of a common methodological framework for the field. Linguistic diversity and migration-induced multilingualism are complex, mufti-faceted phenomena that need to be studied from different, complementary perspectives. The volume comprises a total of fourteen contributions from linguistic, educationist, and urban sociological perspectives and highlights the areas of language acquisition, contact and change, multilingual identities, urban spaces, and education. Linguistic diversity can be framed as a result of current processes of migration and globalization. As such the topic of the present volume addresses both a general audience interested in migration and globalization on a more general level, and a more specialized audience interested in the linguistic repercussions of these large-scale societal developments.
[Hamburg Studies on Linguistic Diversity, 1]  2013.  ix, 379 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introducing a new series
ix
Multilingualism, language contact, and urban areas: An introduction
Ingrid Gogolin, Peter Siemund, Monika Edith Schulz and Julia Davydova
1–16
Language acquisition, contact and change
Voice onset time across the generations: A cross-linguistic study of contact-induced change
Naomi Nagy and Alexei Kochetov
19–38
Investigating second language pronunciation
Mary Grantham O’Brien
39–62
Ethnolects in Northern Norway: From national negligence to local linguistic pride
Hilde Sollid
63–94
Two gender systems in one mind: The acquisition of grammatical gender in Norwegian-Russian bilinguals
Yulia Rodina and Marit Westergaard
95–126
Multilingual identities
Selfing and othering through categories of race, place, and language among minority youths in Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Leonie Cornips and Vincent A. de Rooij
129–164
Multilingualism and identity: What linguistic biographies of migrants can tell us
Hans‐Jürgen Krumm
165–176
Ethnolect studies in the German and the Netherlandic area: An overview
Pieter Muysken and Julian A. Rott
177–206
Urban spaces
The delicate search for language in spaces: Multilingualism as a resource in urban development?
Ingrid Breckner, Hagen Peukert and Alexander Pinto
209–226
The management of multilingualism in a city-state: Language policy in Singapore
Jakob R. E. Leimgruber
227–256
Multilingual communication in Hamburg: A pragmatic approach
Angelika Redder
257–286
Education
Current research on language transfer: Implications for language teaching policy and practice
Jim Cummins
289–304
Multilingual education in India: Overcoming the language barrier and the burden of the double divide
Ajit Mohanty
305–326
Fostering early literacy learning using dual language books: Language as a cultural amplifier
Rahat Naqvi, Anne McKeough, Keoma J. Thorne and Christina M. Pfitscher
327–348
Measuring success when English isn’t your native language: Perspectives from Canada
Thomas Ricento
349–368
Index
371–???
Name index
369–375
Subject index
377–379
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFDM – Bilingualism & multilingualism
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2012046432