Article published in:
Language Problems and Language Planning
Vol. 42:2 (2018) ► pp. 113131
References

References

Carano, P., & Sanchez, P. C.
(1964) A complete history of Guam. Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle.Google Scholar
Carter, R. R.
(1997) Education in Guam to 1950: Island and personal history. In L. D. Carter, W. L. Wuerch, and R. R. Carter (Eds.), Guam history: Perspectives, volume 1. (pp. 181–218). Mangilao: University of Guam.Google Scholar
Clampitt-Dunlap, S.
(1995) Nationalism, native language maintenance and the spread of English: A comparative study of the cases of Guam, the Philippines and Puerto Rico. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico.Google Scholar
Coulter Cogan, D.
(2008) We fought the navy and won: Guam’s quest for democracy. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cunningham, L. J.
(1997) The ancient Chamorros of Guam. In L. D. Carter, W. L. Wuerch, and R. R. Carter (Eds.), Guam history: Perspectives, volume 1. (pp. 11–36). Mangilao: University of Guam.Google Scholar
Espinosa Indalecio, A. R.
(1999) Policies and practices of Chamorro cultural narratives in the community and schools of Guam. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.Google Scholar
Faingold, E. D.
(2004) Language rights and language justice in the constitutions of the world. Language Problems and Language Planning, 28, 11–24. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(2007) Language rights in the 2004 draft of the European Union Constitution. Language Problems and Language Planning, 31, 25–36. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(2012a) Language rights in the United States Constitution and the Civil Rights Act of 1964. In P. C. Miller, J. L. Watzke, and M. Montero (Eds.), Readings in language studies, volume 3: Language and identity (pp. 447–457). Grandville, MI: International Society for Language Studies.Google Scholar
(2012b) Official English in the constitutions and statutes of the fifty states in the United States. Language Problems and Language Planning, 36, 136–148. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(2013) Official English in the constitutions and legislative statutes of the 50 states in the United States. Presented at the 19th International Congress of Linguists. Geneva, Switzerland. July 22–27.
(2014) Language rights for Mexican Americans and the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. In P. C. Miller, J. L. Watzke, and M. Montero (Eds.), Readings in language studies, volume 4: Language and social justice (pp. 271–281). Grandville, MI: International Society for Language Studies.Google Scholar
(2015) Language rights in the European Union and the Treaty of Lisbon. Language Problems and Language Planning, 39, 33–49. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(2016a) Language rights for minorities and the right to code-switch in the United States. In P. C. Miller, B. G. Rubrecht, E. A. Mikulec, and C. T. McGivern (Eds.), Readings in language studies, volume 6: A critical examination of language and community (pp. 1–13). Grandville, MI: International Society for Language Studies.Google Scholar
(2016b) Language rights in Catalonia and the constitutional right to secede from Spain. Language Problems and Language Planning, 40, 146–162. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(2017) Language rights in the constitutions, organic acts, and statutes of the territories of the United States and the Freely Associated States. Language Problems and Language Planning, 41, 103–114. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Grabowski, J. F., & Grabowski, P. A.
(1992) U.S. Territories and possessions. New York, NY: Chelsea House.Google Scholar
Hewitt-Robertson, D. J.
(1992) Oral language development in language rich multicultural kindergarten classrooms in Guam. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Texas Women University, Houston, Texas.Google Scholar
Leibowitz, A. H.
(1989) Defining status: A comprehensive analysis of U.S. territorial policy. Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff.Google Scholar
Lutz, C.
(2010) US military bases on Guam in global perspective. The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, 8.30, 1–21. Retrieved from http://​apjjf​.org​/-Catherine​-Lutz​/3389​/article​.html
Monnig, L. A.
(2007) “Proving Chamorro”: Indigenous narratives of race, identity, and decolonization of Guam. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.Google Scholar
Natividad, L. L., & Leon Guerrero, V. L.
(2010) The explosive growth of U.S. military power on Guam confronts people power: Experience of an island people under Spanish, Japanese, and American colonial rule. The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, 8.49, 1–20. Retrieved from http://​apjjf​.org​/-LisaLinda​-Natividad​/3454​/article​.html
Palomo, R. S.
(1987) American policies and practices affecting language shift on Guam: 1898 – 1950. In M. L. Spencer (Ed.), Chamorro language issues and research on Guam: A book of readings (pp. 19–43). Mangilao: University of Guam.Google Scholar
Pesch, W. D.
(1997) A history of Sanvitores in Guam, 1668 to 1672. In L. D. Carter, W. L. Wuerch, and R. R. Carter (Eds.), Guam history: Perspectives, volume 1. (67–94). Mangilao: University of Guam.Google Scholar
Ridgell, R.
(1997) Historical significance of Guam’s geography. In L. D. Carter, W. L. Wuerch, and R. R. Carter (Eds.), Guam history: Perspectives, volume 1. (pp. 239–282). Mangilao: University of Guam.Google Scholar
Riley, G. A.
(1975) Language loyalty and ethnocentrism in the Guamanian speech community. Anthropological Linguistics, 17, 286–292. Retrieved from http://​0​-www​.jstor​.org​.library​.utulsa​.edu​/stable​/pdf​/30027443​.pdf
(1980) Language loyalty and ethnocentrism in the Guamanian speech community: Seven years later. Anthropological Linguistics, 22, 329–333. Retrieved from http://​0​-www​.jstor​.org​.library​.utulsa​.edu​/stable​/pdf​/30027493​.pdf
Rogers, R. F.
(1995) Destiny’s landfall: A history of Guam. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.Google Scholar
Sablan, V. A.
(1997) Teacher efficacy in the bilingual context of the Pacific island of Guam. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, San Diego State University, San Diego, California.Google Scholar
Sanchez, P. C.
(1987) Guam: The history of our island. Agana: Sanchez Publishing House.Google Scholar
Santos-Bamba, S. J. Q.
(2013) The languages of three generations of Chamorro women. Pacific Asia Inquiry, 4, 84–93. Retrieved from http://​www​.uog​.edu​/sites​/default​/files​/santos​-bamba​_languages​-chamorro​-women​.pdf
Thompson, L.
(1947) Guam and its people. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.Google Scholar
Underwood, R. A.
(1987) American education and the acculturation of the Chamorros of Guam. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California.Google Scholar