Heritage Languages

A language contact approach

| University of Amsterdam
| Tilburg University
| Radboud University Nijmegen
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Heritage languages, such as the Turkish varieties spoken in Berlin or the Spanish used in Los Angeles, are non-dominant languages, often with little prestige. Their speakers also speak the dominant language of the country they live in. Often heritage languages undergo changes due to their special status. They have received a lot of scholarly attention and provide a link between academic concerns and educational issues. This book takes a language contact perspective: we consider heritage languages from the perspective of their history, their structural properties, and their interaction with other surrounding languages.
[Studies in Bilingualism, 58]  2019.  xix, 302 pp.
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Table of Contents
List of tables
xi
List of figures
xiii
List of abbreviations and grammatical glosses
xv
Preface
xviii–xix
Chapter 1. Heritage speakers and heritage languages
2–22
Chapter 2. History of the field of heritage language studies
24–42
Chapter 3. Social aspects of heritage languages
44–65
Chapter 4. Bilingual language use
68–86
Chapter 5. Methods for collecting heritage language data
88–109
Chapter 6. Studying variability in heritage language speaker populations and the base line
112–139
Chapter 7. Heritage language phenomena and what triggers them
142–160
Chapter 8. Grammatical models and research paradigms
162–181
Chapter 9. Language processing in multilingual speakers
184–201
Chapter 10. Heritage languages in a post-colonial setting: Focus on Papiamentu
204–223
Chapter 11. The political dimension of heritage languages: Endangered languages, language rights, and the preservation of diversity
226–245
Chapter 12. Technical terms used in this book related to heritage languages
248–262
References
263–295
Language index
297–298
Subject index
299–302
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