Article published in:
Journal of Immersion and Content-Based Language Education
Vol. 2:1 (2014) ► pp. 96118
References
Bender, M.
(2009) Visibility, authenticity, and insiderness in Cherokee language ideologies. In P. V. Kroskrity & M. C. Field (Eds.), Native American language ideologies: Beliefs, practices, and struggles in Indian country (pp. 123–147). Tucson: University of Arizona Press.Google Scholar
Brooks, B. J.
(1992) Language maintenance and language renewal among Cherokee people in Oklahoma. Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics , 171, 109–124. Google Scholar
Cherokee Nation
(2003)  Ga-du-gi: A vision for working together to preserve the Cherokee language. Report of a needs assessment survey and a 10-year language revitalization plan. Final report submitted in fulfillment of fy 2001 dhs ana grant #90-nl-0189.
(2006) Cherokee Nation passes record budget for new fiscal year. Cherokee Nation News Release . Retrieved January 19 2014, from http://​www​.cherokee​.org​/News​/Stories​/23172​.aspx.
Dauenhauer, N. M., & Dauenhauer, R.
(1998) Technical, emotional, and ideological issues in reversing language shift: Examples from Southeast Alaska. In L. A. Grenoble & L. J. Whaley (Eds.), Endangered languages: Current issues and future prospects (pp. 57–98). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Dorian, N. C.
(1998) Western language ideologies and small-language prospects. In L. A. Grenoble & L. J. Whaley (Eds.), Endangered languages: Current issues and future prospects (pp. 3–21). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Enduring Voices
(2014) Disappearing languages. Retrieved January 19 2014 from http://​travel​.nationalgeographic​.com​/travel​/enduring​-voices/.
Fairclough, N.
(1989)  Language and power . Essex, UK: Longman.Google Scholar
Field, M. C., & Kroskrity, P. V.
(2009) Introduction: Revealing native American language ideologies. In P. V. Kroskrity & M. C. Field (Eds.), Native American language ideologies (pp. 3–28). Tucson: University of Arizona Press.Google Scholar
Fishman, J. A.
(2001)  Can threatened languages be saved? Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Freire, P.
(1994)  Pedagogy of hope: Reliving pedagogy of the oppressed (R. R. Barr, Trans.). New York: Continuum.Google Scholar
(1998)  Pedagogy of freedom: Ethics, democracy, and civic courage . Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.Google Scholar
Guba, E. G., & Lincoln, Y. S.
(1989)  Fourth generation evaluation . Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.Google Scholar
Heller, M., & Duchêne, A.
(2007) Discourses of endangerment: Sociolinguistics, globalization and social order. In A. Duchêne & M. Heller (Eds.), Discourses of endangerment (pp. 1–13). NY: Continuum.Google Scholar
Hill, R., & May, S.
(2011) Exploring biliteracy in Māori-medium education: An ethnographic perspective. In T. L. McCarty (Ed.), Ethnography and language policy (pp. 161–183). New York: Routledge.Google Scholar
Hinton, L.
(1994)  Flutes of fire: Essays on California Indian languages . Berkeley: Heyday Books.Google Scholar
(2001) Teaching methods. In L. Hinton & K. Hale (Eds.), The green book of language revitalization in practice (pp. 179–189). San Diego: Academic Press.. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hornberger, N. H.
(2006) Nichols to NCLB: Local and global perspectives on US language education policy. In O. García, T. Skutnabb-Kangas & M. E. Torres-Guzmán (Eds.), Imagining multilingual schools: Languages in education and globalization (pp. 223–237). Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Jaffe, A.
(1999)  Ideologies in action: Language politics on Corsica . NY: Mouton de Gruyter. Crossref.Google Scholar
(2013) Minority language learning and communicative competence: Models of identity and participation in Corsican adult language courses. Language and Communication . http://​dx​.doi​.org​/10​.1016​/j​.langcom​.2013​.04​.002​. 10​.1016​/j​.langcom​.2013​.04​.002
Krauss, M.
(1992) The world’s languages in crisis. Language , 68(1), 4–10. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(1996) Status of Native American language endangerment In G. Cantoni (Ed.), Stabilizing indigenous languages . Flagstaff: Center for Excellence in Education, Northern Arizona University. Retrieved January 19 2014 from: http://​www2​.nau​.edu​/jar​/SIL​/Krauss​.pdf ​. 10​.1353​/lan​.1992​.0075.
(2007) Classification and terminology for degrees of language endangerment. In M. Brenzinger (Ed.), Language diversity endangered (pp. 1–8). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.Google Scholar
Lincoln, Y. S., & Guba, E. G.
(1985)  Naturalistic inquiry . Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
May, S.
(2013) Indigenous immersion education: International developments. Journal of Immersion and Content-Based Language Education , 1(1), 34–69. Crossref.Google Scholar
McCarty, T. L.
(2002)  A place to be Navajo: Rough Rock and the struggle for self-determination in indigenous schooling . Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
McCarty, T. L., Romero-Little, M. E., Warhol, L., & Zepeda, O.
(2011) Critical ethnography and indigenous language survival: Some new directions in language policy research and praxis. In T. L. McCarty (Ed.), Ethnography and language policy (pp. 30–51). New York: Routledge.Google Scholar
McCarty, T. L., Romero-Little, M. E., & Zepeda, O.
(2006) Native American youth discourses on language shift and retention: Ideological cross-currents and their implications for language planning. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism , 9(5), 659–677. Crossref.Google Scholar
McCarty, T. L., & Watahomigie, L. J.
(1999) Indigenous education and grassroots language planning in the USA. Practicing Anthropology , 21(2), 5–11. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Perdue, T., & Green, M. D.
(Eds.). (1995)  The Cherokee removal: A brief history with documents . Boston: Bedford Books of St. Martin’s Press.Google Scholar
Peter, L.
(2003)  A naturalistic study of the Cherokee language immersion preschool project . (PhD dissertation), University of Kansas. Google Scholar
Peter, L., Hirata-Edds, T., & Montgomery-Anderson, B.
(2008) Verb development by children in the Cherokee language immersion program, with implications for teaching. International Journal of Applied Linguistics , 18(2), 166–187. Crossref.Google Scholar
Peter, L., Sly, G., & Hirata-Edds, T.
(2011) Using language assessment to inform instruction in indigenous language immersion. In D. J. Tedick, D. Christian & T. W. Fortune (Eds.), Immersion education: Practices, policies, possibilities (pp. 187–208). Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
S. 2167-101
(1990) Senate bill 2167--101st congress: Native American languages act. H.R. 5518–101. Retrieved January 19 2014, from http://​www​.govtrack​.us​/congress​/bills​/101​/hr5518.
Smith, L. T.
(2012)  Decolonizing methodologies: Research and indigenous peoples (2nd ed.). New York: Zed Books.Google Scholar
Sturm, C.
(2002)  Race, culture, and identity in the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma . Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Thornton, R.
(1990)  The Cherokees: A population history . Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.Google Scholar
Woolard, K. A., & Schieffelin, B. B.
(1994) Language ideologies. Annual Review of Anthropology, 231, 55–82. Crossref.Google Scholar
Cited by

Cited by 2 other publications

Nassaji, Hossein & Eva Kartchava
2019.  In The Cambridge Handbook of Language Learning,  pp. 597 ff. Crossref logo
Palmer, Deborah K., Susan Ballinger & Lizette Peter
2014. Classroom interaction in one-way, two-way, and indigenous immersion contexts. Journal of Immersion and Content-Based Language Education 2:2  pp. 225 ff. Crossref logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 19 april 2022. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.