Bilingualism: A Social Approach by Monica Heller (eds.)

By Monica Heller (eds.)

Arguing opposed to a standard experience view of bilingualism because the co-existence of 2 linguistic platforms, this quantity develops a severe viewpoint which methods bilingualism as a large choice of units of sociolinguistic practices attached to the development of social distinction and of social inequality below particular old conditions.

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Langage et société 67: 53–88. Heller, Monica, and Marilyn Martin-Jones (eds) (2001). Voices of Authority: Education and Linguistic Difference. Westport, CT: Ablex. 14039_96784_02_chap01 19 15/2/07 19:14:3 20 bilingualism: a social approach Heller, Monica, and Carol Pfaff (1996). Code-switching and code-mixing. In P. Nelda, H. Goebl, W. Wölck and Z. Stary (eds), Internationales Handbuch der Kontaktlinguistik, pp. 594–610. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. Higonnet, Patrice (1980). The politics of linguistic terrorism and grammatical hegemony during the French Revolution.

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8 In a contrary strand of development, the promotion of Portuguese as the sole language of citizenship and rights gathered momentum, coupled with the insistence that local languages should remain outside of the public sphere.

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