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Bilingualism, social issues and policy implications

Bilingualism, social issues and policy implications

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Published by University of Georgia Press in Athens, Ga .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bilingualism -- Congresses.,
  • Language policy -- Congresses.,
  • Education, Bilingual -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAndrew W. Miracle, Jr., editor.
    SeriesSouthern Anthropological Society proceedings ;, no. 16
    ContributionsMiracle, Andrew W., Southern Anthropological Society.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN2 .S9243 no. 16, P115 .S9243 no. 16
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 188 p. :
    Number of Pages188
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3493544M
    ISBN 100820306460, 0820306452
    LC Control Number82013447

    Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy (ASAP) as a journal, is an outlet for psychological and social science scholarship with implications for social action and policy. Under the guidance of an international editorial board, ASAP serves a global audience that includes policy makers and advocates as well as social scientists, students, and. The International Journal of Bilingualism is an international, peer-reviewed, forum for the dissemination of original research on the linguistic, psychological, neurological, and social issues which emerge from language contact. While stressing interdisciplinary links, the focus of the Journal is on the language behavior of the bi- and multilingual individual.

      Bilingualism: Definitions and Issues 1. Bilingualism Definitions & Issues 1 2. on a regular basis. Multilingualism is the norm. More than languages are spoken in Manchester. Language planning (social and educational policy) is a political issue often based on academic research. Implications for social care 34 Recommended. The key discovery in the research on bilingualism is the overwhelming evidence from behavioral, imaging, and patient studies that both languages are active to some degree when bilinguals are using one of them (see Kroll, Dussias, Bogulski, & Valdes Kroff, , for a recent review).The evidence shows that there is a bidirectional influence between languages for bilinguals, even in strongly.

    "Hornby, Peter. Bilingualism: Psychological, Social and Educational Implications. New York: Academic Press, " Canadian Modern Language Review, 34(5), pp. –   This book is an introduction to the social and educational aspects of bilingualism. It presents an overview of a broad range of sociolinguistic and political issues surrounding the use of two languages, including code-switching in popular music, advertising, and online social : $


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Click on the article title to read more. The book looks at world-wide evidence on three issues that concern all those interested in bilingualism and bilingual education. The first issue is whether speaking two languages affects thinking skills.

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Policy d e p e n d s on principles like language parity, territoriality, freedom of choice and the like. Book Description. This revised edition of Bilingualism in Schools and Society is an accessible introduction to the sociolinguistic and educational aspects of and the political issues surrounding bilingualism, including code-switching in popular music, advertising, and online social spaces.

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Bilingualism and multilingualism is an interdisciplinary and complex field. As is self-evident from the prefixes (bi- and multi-), bilingualism and multilingualism phenomena are devoted to the study of production, processing, and comprehension of two (and more than two) languages, respectively.

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Quentin Dixon Harvard University Graduate School of Education 1. Introduction Widely hailed as an educational success story, Singapore, a multilingual island nation in Southeast Asia, embraces an officially bilingual education policy.People who are bilingual have what psychological scientists call a “hard problem.” Even when they are speaking one language, lexical representations for both of the languages they speak become activated.

As a result, speakers need .