2 edition of Minority language communities ; islands or icebergs? found in the catalog.
Minority language communities ; islands or icebergs?
|Statement||by R.V. Dhongde, S.R. Sharma, Krupa Kulkarni.|
|Contributions||Sharma, S. R., Kulkarni, Krupa., Deccan College Post-graduate and Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||P119.315 .D48 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||150 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||90905927|
The mandate of the Special Rapporteur on minority issues is taskjed with promoting the implementation of the Minorities Declaration, which clearly includes on the Rights of Persons Belonging to Linguistic Minorities. In this connection, in , Rita Izsák-Ndiaye, the United Nations Special. Language Policy Language Community Language Planning Intergroup Relation National Minority These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm by:
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Preface I am glad to present this monograph on the minority languages prepared by the members of the staff of the Department of Linguistics of the Institute. The project took two years for the collection of data and one year for analysis.
I hope the finding of this work will be useful to linguists as well as to those who are working in the field of education, literacy, social change, and. Minority language communities ; islands or icebergs.
Pune: Deccan College, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rameśa Dhoṅgaḍe; S R Sharma; Krupa Kulkarni; Deccan College Post-graduate and Research Institute. The central concern in this book is the relationship between language and group identity, a relationship that is thrown into greatest relief in ‘minority’ settings.
Since much of the current interest in minority languages revolves around issues of identity politics, language rights and the plight of ‘endangered’ languages, one aim of Cited by: This Handbook is an in-depth appraisal of the field of minority languages and communities.
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This chapter contains a critical survey of current research on minority languages and communities. It outlines the key issues confronting speakers and policymakers in the face of migration and globalization. It also highlights the critically important role of the different historical treatments of multilingualism and minority language : Gabrielle Hogan-Brun, Bernadette O’Rourke.
Much of the interest in minority languages revolves around issues of identity politics, language rights and the plight of 'endangered' languages. This book summarizes and analyzes these pivotal themes. It focuses on the relationship between language and group identity, a relationship that is thrown into greatest relief in 'minority' : In the last three decades the field of endangered and minority languages has evolved rapidly, moving from the initial dire warnings of linguists to a swift increase in the number of organizations, funding programs, and community-based efforts dedicated to documentation, maintenance, and revitalization.
Sustaining Linguistic Diversity brings together cutting-edge theoretical and empirical. When the legitimate concerns of both majorities and minorities regarding language use are accommodated, tensions are greatly reduced. Both sides need to compromise and recognize their mutual rights and responsibilities.
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In W. Fase, K. Jaspaert, and S. Kroon (eds) Maintenance and Loss of Minority Languages. Benjamins: Amsterdam, pp. Cited by: 3. But being an iceberg person is, of course, so much more. Because, as I said before, one key element of being an iceberg person lies in the ratio between the immediately visible and the yet-to-be-discovered.
Iceberg people don’t advertise their experiences, achievements. Presented at Conference on Language development, language revitalization and multilingual education in minority community in Asian, 6- 8th NovemberBangkok, Thailand.
Trai L. M. (). The teaching and learning of Cham language art in Ninh Thuan province.An iceberg is a large piece of freshwater ice that has broken off a glacier or an ice shelf and is floating freely in open (salt) water. Small bits of disintegrating icebergs are called "growlers" or "bergy bits".
Much of an iceberg is below the surface which led to the expression "tip of the iceberg" to illustrate a small part of a larger unseen issue. Icebergs are considered a serious. The minority language might be used at home or among friends but speakers need to switch to the majority language in formal situations such .