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The Resource Immigrant dialects and language maintenance in Australia : the cases of the Limburg and Swabian dialects, Anne Pauwels

Immigrant dialects and language maintenance in Australia : the cases of the Limburg and Swabian dialects, Anne Pauwels

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Immigrant dialects and language maintenance in Australia : the cases of the Limburg and Swabian dialects
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Immigrant dialects and language maintenance in Australia
Title remainder
the cases of the Limburg and Swabian dialects
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Anne Pauwels
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eng
Summary
Immigrant Dialects and Language Maintenance in Australia: The Cases of the Limburg and Swabia Dialects (Topics in Sociolinguistics, 2)
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Pauwels, Anne
Dewey number
430
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maps
Index
index present
Language note
English
LC call number
P115.5.A8
LC item number
P38 1986
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Topics in sociolinguistics
Series volume
2
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Bilingualism
  • German language
  • Dutch language
  • Language and languages
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY
  • Bilingualism
  • Dutch language
  • German language
  • Language and languages
  • Australia
  • Dialecten
  • Tweetaligheid
  • Immigranten
  • Einwanderer
  • Sprachgebrauch
  • Mundart
  • Deutscher Einwanderer
  • Sprachwandel
  • Australien
  • Schwäbisch
  • Limburg (Niederlande)
  • Niederländer
  • Deutsche
Label
Immigrant dialects and language maintenance in Australia : the cases of the Limburg and Swabian dialects, Anne Pauwels
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 137-147) and index
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Contents
  • ABBREVIATIONS; INTRODUCTORY REMARKS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 1. OUTLINE AND SCOPE OF THE INVESTIGATION; 1.1 A Short Description of the Investigation; 1.2 Choice of Topic, Situation and Language Groups; 1.3 Points of Interest; 1.3.1 Dialect and Language Maintenance; 1.3.2 Diglossia and Bilingualism; 1.3.3 Dialect and the Second Generation; 1.4 Sociolinguistic Approach; 2. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR THIS STUDY; 2.1 On Defining Language, Language Variety, Speech Community, Bilingualism and Diglossia; 2.1.1 Language, Language Variety; 2.1.2 Speech Community; 2.1.3 Bilingualism; 2.1.4 Diglossia
  • 2.2 The Ecology of Language: Aspects of the Study of Language Maintenance2.2.1 Habitual Language Use; 2.2.2 Extra-Linguistic Factors; 2.2.3 Studies Regarding Language Attitudes, Language Planning and Reinforcement; 2.2.4 On Defining Language Maintenance and Shift; 2.3 The Concept of Dialect; 2.3.1 Language versus Dialect; Standard Language versus Dialect; 2.3.2 Dialectological Approaches; 2.3.3 Dialect and Standard Language in This Investigation; 3. THE LANGUAGE GROUPS; 3.1 Situation in the Home Countries; 3.1.1 Limburg; 3.1.2 The Limburg Dialect; 3.1.3 The Language Situation in Limburg
  • 3.1.4 Baden-Württemberg3.1.5 The Swabian Dialect; 3.1.6 The Language Situation in Württemberg; 3.2 The Situation in Australia: Dutch and German Immigrants in Australia; 3.2.1 Dutch and German Migration to Australia; 3.2.2 Socio-Demographic Profile of the Dutch and German-Born Population in Australia; 3.2.3 Dutch and German Community Life in Melbourne, Australia; 3.2.4 Language Statistics on Dutch and German Speakers in Australia; 4. ORGANIZATION OF THE INVESTIGATION; 4.1 Choice of Methods; 4.2 Outline of Informants; 4.2.1 Sampling Procedures and Selection of Informants
  • 4.2.2 Identifying Dialect Speakers and Standard Speakers4.2.3 Description of Informants; 4.3 Methods of Investigation; 4.3.1 Questionnaires; 4.3.2 The Interview; 4.3.3 Participant Observation; 5. THE INVESTIGATION; 5.1 Data Processing; 5.1.1 Processing of Data Material Relating to the Language Use Questionnaire; 5.1.2 Data Related to the Functions of the Standard Language and Dialect; 5.1.3 Data Processing of Language Use in the Second Generation; 5.2 Presentation of Data: The Language Maintenance Rate of Dialect and Standard Speakers; 5.2.1 An Overall View
  • 5.2.2 The Use of the Dialect and the Standard Language by German and Dutch Dialect Speakers5.2.3 Domain Analysis of the Language Use of Standard and Dialect Speakers; 5.2.4 Analysis of Types of Language Use; 5.2.5 The Impact of 'Language Variety' on Language Maintenance as Compared to Other Variables; 5.2.6 The Impact of Domain Overlap on Language Maintenance; 5.3 Interpretation of Data: The Language Maintenance Rate of Dialect and Standard Speakers; 5.3.1 Domain Analysis; 5.3.2 Types of Language Use
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655660821
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1 online resource (viii, 150 pages)
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9783110883497
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  • c
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maps.
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Electronic reproduction.
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Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)655660821
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Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Label
Immigrant dialects and language maintenance in Australia : the cases of the Limburg and Swabian dialects, Anne Pauwels
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 137-147) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • ABBREVIATIONS; INTRODUCTORY REMARKS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 1. OUTLINE AND SCOPE OF THE INVESTIGATION; 1.1 A Short Description of the Investigation; 1.2 Choice of Topic, Situation and Language Groups; 1.3 Points of Interest; 1.3.1 Dialect and Language Maintenance; 1.3.2 Diglossia and Bilingualism; 1.3.3 Dialect and the Second Generation; 1.4 Sociolinguistic Approach; 2. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR THIS STUDY; 2.1 On Defining Language, Language Variety, Speech Community, Bilingualism and Diglossia; 2.1.1 Language, Language Variety; 2.1.2 Speech Community; 2.1.3 Bilingualism; 2.1.4 Diglossia
  • 2.2 The Ecology of Language: Aspects of the Study of Language Maintenance2.2.1 Habitual Language Use; 2.2.2 Extra-Linguistic Factors; 2.2.3 Studies Regarding Language Attitudes, Language Planning and Reinforcement; 2.2.4 On Defining Language Maintenance and Shift; 2.3 The Concept of Dialect; 2.3.1 Language versus Dialect; Standard Language versus Dialect; 2.3.2 Dialectological Approaches; 2.3.3 Dialect and Standard Language in This Investigation; 3. THE LANGUAGE GROUPS; 3.1 Situation in the Home Countries; 3.1.1 Limburg; 3.1.2 The Limburg Dialect; 3.1.3 The Language Situation in Limburg
  • 3.1.4 Baden-Württemberg3.1.5 The Swabian Dialect; 3.1.6 The Language Situation in Württemberg; 3.2 The Situation in Australia: Dutch and German Immigrants in Australia; 3.2.1 Dutch and German Migration to Australia; 3.2.2 Socio-Demographic Profile of the Dutch and German-Born Population in Australia; 3.2.3 Dutch and German Community Life in Melbourne, Australia; 3.2.4 Language Statistics on Dutch and German Speakers in Australia; 4. ORGANIZATION OF THE INVESTIGATION; 4.1 Choice of Methods; 4.2 Outline of Informants; 4.2.1 Sampling Procedures and Selection of Informants
  • 4.2.2 Identifying Dialect Speakers and Standard Speakers4.2.3 Description of Informants; 4.3 Methods of Investigation; 4.3.1 Questionnaires; 4.3.2 The Interview; 4.3.3 Participant Observation; 5. THE INVESTIGATION; 5.1 Data Processing; 5.1.1 Processing of Data Material Relating to the Language Use Questionnaire; 5.1.2 Data Related to the Functions of the Standard Language and Dialect; 5.1.3 Data Processing of Language Use in the Second Generation; 5.2 Presentation of Data: The Language Maintenance Rate of Dialect and Standard Speakers; 5.2.1 An Overall View
  • 5.2.2 The Use of the Dialect and the Standard Language by German and Dutch Dialect Speakers5.2.3 Domain Analysis of the Language Use of Standard and Dialect Speakers; 5.2.4 Analysis of Types of Language Use; 5.2.5 The Impact of 'Language Variety' on Language Maintenance as Compared to Other Variables; 5.2.6 The Impact of Domain Overlap on Language Maintenance; 5.3 Interpretation of Data: The Language Maintenance Rate of Dialect and Standard Speakers; 5.3.1 Domain Analysis; 5.3.2 Types of Language Use
Control code
655660821
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (viii, 150 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783110883497
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
maps.
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)655660821
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.

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