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New Speakers of Minority Languages Linguistic Ideologies and Practices / edited by Cassie Smith-Christmas, Noel P. Ó Murchadha, Michael Hornsby, Máiréad Moriarty.

Smith-Christmas, Cassie. (editor.)
Ó Murchadha, Noel P. (editor.)
Hornsby, Michael. (editor.)
Moriarty, Máiréad. (editor.)
SpringerLink (Online service) 
ISBN 9781137575586
Publicerad: London : Palgrave Macmillan UK : 2018
Engelska XXI, 295 p. 4 illus.
  • E-bok
Innehållsförteckning Sammanfattning Ämnesord
  • Chapter. 1. New Speakers, Familiar Concepts?; Noel.P. Ó Murchadha, Cassie Smith-Christmas, Michael Hornsby and Máiréad Moriarty -- Chapter 2. New Gaelic Speakers, New Gaels? Ideologies and ethnolinguistic continuity in contemporary Scotland; Stuart Dunmore -- Chapter 3.‘We’re not fully Welsh’: Hierarchies of belonging and ‘new’ speakers of Welsh; Charlotte Selleck -- Chapter 4. 'We don’t say it like that’: Language ownership and (de)legitimising the new speaker; Julia Sallabank and Yan Marquis -- Chapter 5. Identities and new speakers of minority languages:  A focus on Galician; Bernadette O’Rourke and Fernando Ramallo -- Chapter 6. Double new speakers? Language ideologies of immigrant students in Galicia; Nicola Bermingham -- Chapter 7. Land, language and migration: World War II evacuees as new speakers of Scottish Gaelic; Cassie Smith-Christmas -- Chapter 8. The ideological construction of boundaries between speakers and their varieties; Tadhg Ó hIfearnáin -- Chapter 9. New Basques and Code-switching: Purist Tendencies, Social Pressures; Hanna Lantto -- Chapter 10. New speakers and language in the media: Audience design in Breton and Irish broadcast media; Stefan Moal, Noel.P. Ó Murchadha and John Walsh -- Chapter 11. Linguistic innovation among Glasgow Gaelic new speakers; Claire Nance -- Chapter 12. Verbal lenition among young speakers of Breton: Acquisition and maintenance; Holly J. Kennard -- Chapter 13. New speakers, potential new speakers, and their experiences and abilities in Scottish Gaelic; Nicola Carty -- Chapter 14. New speakers and linguistic practices: Contexts, definitions and issues; David Atkinson -- Chapter 15. Reflections on New Speaker Research and Future Trajectories; Cassie Smith-Christmas and Noel.P. Ó Murchadha.
  • This book represents the first collection specifically devoted to New Speaker Studies, focusing on language ideologies and practices of speakers in a variety of minority language communities. Over thirteen chapters, it uses the new speaker lens to investigate not only linguistic issues, such as language variation and change, phonetics, morphosyntax, language acquisition, code-switching, but also sociolinguistic issues, such as legitimacy, integration, and motivation in language learning and use. Besides covering a range of languages - Basque, Breton, Galician, Giernesiei, Irish, Scottish Gaelic and Welsh - and their different sociolinguistic situations, the chapters also encompass a series of interactional settings: institutional settings, media and the home domain, as well as different contexts for becoming a new speaker of a minority language, such as by migration or through education. This collection represents an output by a lively network of researchers: it will appeal to postgraduate students, researchers and academics working in the field of sociolinguistics, applied linguistics, language policy and those working within minority language communities. Cassie Smith-Christmas is a Research Fellow at the University of Limerick, Ireland. Her research interests involve the sociolinguistics of minority languages and she is the author of Family Language Policy: Maintaining an Endangered Language in the Home (Palgrave, 2016). Noel.P. Ó Murchadha is Assistant Professor in Language Education at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. His research interests lie in the sociolinguistics of minority languages, particularly perceptions of linguistic variation in ‘small’ languages. Michael Hornsby is Professor at Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland, and head of its Centre for Celtic Studies. He is the author of Revitalizing Minority Languages: New speakers of Breton, Yiddish and Lemko (Palgrave, 2015). Máiréad Moriarty is a lecturer in Sociolinguistics and New Media at the University of Limerick, Ireland. Her research interests lie in multilingualism and the place for minority languages in domains of popular culture. She is the author of Globalising Language Policy: An Irish Language Perspective (Palgrave, 2015). 


Linguistics.  (LCSH)
Applied linguistics.  (LCSH)
Sociolinguistics.  (LCSH)
Language policy.  (LCSH)
Language and education.  (LCSH)
Language and languages  -- Study and teaching. (LCSH)
Language Teaching. 
Applied Linguistics. 
Language Education. 
Language Policy and Planning. 


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