Handbook of Language and Communication: Hellinger, Pauwels (Eds) 2007

Don Osborn dzo at bisharat.net
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I just came across this item in a search - but didn't notice that it had
been mentioned on this list. Apologies if it's an unnecessary duplication
(below is the LinguistList announcement, which came up in a search of my
email archives, and the TOC from the loc.gov site; unfortunately it hasn't
been processed yet in the LOC, however, so I'll have to find it elsewhere):

 

Date: 22-Aug-2007 

From: Julia Ulrich <julia.ulrich at degruyter.com>

Subject: Handbook of Language and Communication: Hellinger, Pauwels (Eds)

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Title: Handbook of Language and Communication 

Subtitle: Diversity and change 

Series Title: Handbooks of Applied Linguistics [HAL] 9 

Published: 2007 

Publisher: Mouton de Gruyter

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Book URL:
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Editor: Marlis Hellinger 

Editor: Anne Pauwels 

Hardback: ISBN: 9783110182170 Pages: 786 Price: U.S. $ 195.00 Comment:
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Hardback: ISBN: 9783110182170 Pages: 786 Price: Europe EURO 198.00 Comment:
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Hardback: ISBN: 9783110182170 Pages: 786 Price: Europe EURO 148.00 Comment:
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Hardback: ISBN: 9783110182170 Pages: 786 Price: U.S. $ 257.00 Comment: List
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Abstract:

 

The volume has four parts: Part I (Language minorities and inequality)
analyses language contact and linguistic diversity as a global phenomenon,
Part II (Language planning and language change) focuses on colonialism,
imperialism and economics as factors that language policies and planning
measures must account for, Part III (Language variation and change in
institutional contexts) examines language-related problems in education,
religion, science and the Internet, and Part IV (The discourse of linguistic
diversity and language change) relates public discourses on language and
racism, sexism and political correctness to different ideological positions,
values and attitudes. 

 

Key Features: 

 

*Provides a state-of-the-art description of different areas in the context
of linguistic diversity and change 

*Presents a critical appraisal of the relevance of the field 

*Offers solutions of everyday language-related problems 

*International handbook with contributions from renown experts in the field 

 

Of interest to: 

 

Research libraries, everybody with an academic background who is interested
in bilingualism (teachers, academics, social workers, politicians,
specialists on minority languages and immigration, counsellors, advanced
students of linguistics, psychology, sociology, anthropology) 

 

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Table of contents for Handbook of language and communication: diversity and
change / edited by / Marlis Hellinger, Anne Pauwels.

 

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the
Library of Congress catalog.

 

Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided
by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be
incomplete or contain other coding.

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Contents

Introduction to the handbook series                       v

Karlfried Knapp and Gerd Antos

Acknowledgements                       xvii

Language and communication: Diversity and change ¿ An introduction

Anne Pauwels and Marlis Hellinger                          1

I. Language minorities and inequality

 1.           Regional and immigrant minority languages in Europe

                Guus Extra and Durk Gorter                        15

 2.           Immigrant language minorities in the United States

                Terrence G. Wiley                            53

 3.           Immigrant minorities: Australia

                Antonia Rubino                                 87

 4.           Linguistic diversity: Africa

                Jan Blommaert                  123

 5.           Linguistic diversity: Asia

                Vanithamani Saravanan                                151

 6.           Language contact, culture and ecology

                Alwin Fill                              177

II. Language planning and language change

 7.           Models and approaches in language policy and planning

                Thomas Ricento                                211

 8.           Back from the brink: The revival of endangered languages

                John Edwards                    241

 9.           Economics and language policy

                François Grin                      271

10.          Language and colonialism

                Bettina Migge and Isabelle Léglise
299

11.          Linguistic imperialism? English as a global language

                Andy Kirkpatrick                               333

12.          Language planning and language rights

                Tove Skutnabb-Kangas                  365

III. Language variation and change in institutional contexts

13.          Language and education

                Markus Bieswanger                        401

14.          Forensic linguistics

                John Gibbons                    429

15.          Language and religion

                Susanne Mühleisen                        459

16.          Language, war and peace

                William C. Gay                   493

17.          Language and science

                Augusto Carli and Emilia Calaresu
523

18.          Multilingualism on the Internet

                Brenda Danet and Susan C. Herring
553

IV. The discourse of linguistic diversity and language change

19.          Attitudes to language and communication

                Cindy Gallois and Bernadette Watson and Madeleine Brabant
595

20.          Language, racism, and ethnicity

                Thomas Paul Bonfiglio                    619

21.          Language and sexism

                Marlis Hellinger and Anne Pauwels
651

22.          Linguistic diversity and language standardization

                Suzanne Romaine                            685

23.          Borrowing as language conflict

                Manfred Görlach                             715

24.          Political correctness and freedom of speech

                Mary Talbot                        751

Biographical notes                           765

Language index                                771

Subject index                    777

 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

 

Sociolinguistics.

Language and languages -- Variation.

Linguistics minorities.

Language planning.

Linguistic change.

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