Endangered language maintenance and revitalisation: the role of social networks
Publisher: The Trustees of Indiana University on behalf of Anthropological Linguistics
Subject: 8650 | 3100
Numerous studies have found that high-density, ‘traditional’ social networks correlate with the use of low-status or local language varieties. Why some people maintain an ancestral language and transmit it to their children, while others abandon it, is a major issue in ... View more
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