Language Death Bibliography: Search Results

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ID:111
Author:Gunther, Wilf
Year:1990
Title:Language Conservancy or: Can the Anciently Established British Minority Languages Survive?
Collection Title:Fourth International Conference on Minority Languages, Volume II: Western and Eastern European Papers
Editor:Gorter, Durk; Hoekstra, Jarich F.; Jansma, Lammert G.; Ytsma, Jehannes
Place:Clevedon, England
Publisher:Multilingual Matters Ltd.
Pages:53-67
Keywords:Minority Languages; Language Maintenance; Language Planning; Great Britain

ID:112
Author:Hale, Ken
Year:1996
Title:Universal Grammar and the Roots of Linguistic Diversity
Collection Title:Papers on Language Endangerment and the Maintenance of Linguistic Diversity
Editor:Bobaljik, Jonathan David; Pensalfini, Rob; Storto, Luciana
Place:Cambridge, MA
Publisher:MITWPL
Pages:137-161
Volume:28
Series:MIT Working Papers in Linguistics
Keywords:Universal Grammar; English; Syntax; Language Death; Language Diversity; Miskitu; Navajo

ID:113
Author:Hale, Ken
Year:1998
Title:On Endangered Languages and the Importance of Linguistic Diversity
Collection Title:Endangered Languages: Current Issues and Future Prospects
Editor:Grenoble, Lenore A.; Whaley, Lindsay J.
Place:Cambridge
Publisher:Cambridge University Press
Pages:192-216
Keywords:Language Diversity; Language Death; Language Universals; Irish Gaelic; Chibchan Paezan Languages; Australian Languages

ID:114
Author:Halmari, Helena
Year:1998
Title:Language Maintenance on the Alabama-Coushatta Reservation
Pages:409-428
Journal:Anthropological Linguistics
Volume:40
Issue:3
Keywords:Language Maintenance; Language Death; Language Attitudes; Gulf Languages

ID:115
Author:Hamp, Eric P.
Year:1992
Title:On Signs of Health and Death
Collection Title:Investigating Obsolescence: Studies in Language Contraction and Death
Editor:Dorian, Nancy C.
Place:Cambridge
Publisher:Cambridge University Press
Pages:197-210
Keywords:Language Death; Phonology; Dialects; Language Shift; Greek, Ancient & Modern

ID:116
Author:Harmon, David
Year:1996
Title:Losing Species, Losing Languages: Connections between Biological and Linguistic Diversity
Pages:89-108
Journal:Southwest Journal of Linguistics
Volume:15
Issue:1-2
Keywords:Language Diversity; Language Death; Language Attitudes; Origin of Language; Biology; Philosophy of Language

ID:117
Author:Heine, Bernd
Year:1992
Title:Dialect Death: The Case of Terik
Collection Title:Language Death: Factual and Theoretical Explorations with Special Reference to East Africa
Editor:Brenzinger, Matthias
Place:Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany
Publisher:Mouton de Gruyter
Pages:255-272
Keywords:Language Death; Regional Dialects; Nilo Saharan Languages; Social Factors; Economic Factors; Language Shift

ID:118
Author:Henderson, John; Nash, David
Year:1997
Title:Culture and heritage: indigenous languages
Place:Rockhampton, Qld.
Publisher:Central Queensland University Publishing Unit [for Environment Australia, Dept. of the Environment]
Keywords:

ID:119
Author:Herzfeld, Anita
Year:1994
Title:Language and Identity: The Black Minority of Costa Rica
Pages:113-142
Journal:Revista de Filologia y Linguistica de la Universidad de Costa Rica
Volume:20
Issue:1
Keywords:Creoles; Language Maintenance; Language Contact; Minority Groups; Costa Rica; Language Death

ID:120
Author:Hill, Jane H.
Year:1992
Title:The Social Functions of Relativization in Obsolescent and Non-Obsolescent Languages
Collection Title:Investigating Obsolescence: Studies in Language Contraction and Death
Editor:Dorian, Nancy C.
Place:Cambridge
Publisher:Cambridge University Press
Pages:149-164
Keywords:Pronouns; Social Factors; Social Class; Uto Aztecan Languages; Language Death


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