12.2084, TOC: Int'l J of the Sociology of Language, Issue 150

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Subject: 12.2084, TOC: Int'l J of the Sociology of Language, Issue 150

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Date:  Thu, 23 Aug 2001 11:52:56 +0200
From:  Gillian Caglayan <G.Caglayan at deGruyter.de>
Subject:  International Journal of the Sociology of Language, Issue 150 (2001)

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Date:  Thu, 23 Aug 2001 11:52:56 +0200
From:  Gillian Caglayan <G.Caglayan at deGruyter.de>
Subject:  International Journal of the Sociology of Language, Issue 150 (2001)

International Journal of the Sociology of Language
General Editor: Joshua A. Fishman
ISSN: 0165-2516

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2001, Issue 150
Digraphia: Writing Systems and Society
Issue Editor: Stephane Grivelet

STEPHANE GRIVELET
Introduction

THOMAS F. MAGNER
Digraphia in the territories of the Croats and Serbs

JOSHUA A. FISHMAN
Digraphia maintenance and loss among Eastern European Jews: intertextual
and interlingual print conventions in Ashkenazic linguistic culture
since 1800

ROBERT D. KING
The poisonous potency of script: Hindi and Urdu

UDAYA NARAYANA SINGH
Multiscriptality in South Asia and language development

STEPHANE GRIVELET
Digraphia in Mongolia

JOAKIM ENWALL
Di- and trigraphia among the A-Hmao in Yunnan Province, China

SU PEICHENG
Digraphia: a strategy for Chinese characters for the twenty-first century

JOHN S. ROHSENOW
The present status of digraphia in China

J. MARSHALL UNGER
Functional digraphia in Japan as revealed in consumer product preferences


Book reviews

JOAKIM ENWALL
"We Two Know the Script: We Have Become Good Friends'": Linguistic and
Social Aspects of the Womens's Script Literacy in Southern Hunan, China,
by William W. Chiang

MIRJA JUNTUNEN
One Language, Two Scripts: The Hindi Movement in Nineteenth Century
North India, by Christopher R. King


Small languages and small language communities 34

ALICE TAFF
Using the telephone as a community language center



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