Purism, Variation, Change and ‘Authenticity’: Ideological Challenges to Language Revitalisation

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Sallabank, Julia;
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This paper is based on recent research into the small, highly endangered language Giernesiei 1 (Guernsey, Channel Islands). 2 Language documentation has found unexpectedly rich variation and change in Giernesiei usage, not all of which can be accounted for by regional a... View more
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