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  • 1
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    Cambridge, United Kingdom : New York, NY : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781316459690
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xxii, 324 Seiten)
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 306.44/60973
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    Keywords: Bilingualism / United States ; Heritage language speakers / United States ; Linguistic change / United States ; Spanish language / Direct object ; Spanish language / Morphosyntax ; Hindustani language / Direct object ; Hindustani language / Morphosyntax ; Romanian language / Direct object ; Romanian language / Morphosyntax
    Abstract: A heritage language is the term given to a language spoken at home by bilingual children of immigrant parents. Written by a leading figure in the field, this pioneering, in-depth study brings together three heritage languages - Hindu, Spanish and Romanian - spoken in the United States. It demonstrates how heritage speakers drive morphosyntactic change when certain environmental characteristics are met, and considers the relationship between social and cognitive factors and timing in language acquisition, bilingualism, and language change. It also discusses the implications of the findings for the language education of heritage speakers in the USA and considers how the heritage language can be maintained in the English-speaking school system. Advancing our understanding of heritage language development and change, this book is essential reading for students and researchers of linguistics and multilingualism, immigration, education studies and language policy, as well as educators and policy makers
    Note: Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 15 Dec 2022) , On heritage speakers as native speakers -- Structural changes in heritage language grammars -- Differential object marking -- Language change and the acquisition of differential object marking -- The vulnerability of differential object marking in three heritage languages -- Differential object marking in Spanish as a heritage language -- Differential object marking in Hindi as a heritage language -- Differential object marking and clitic doubling in Romanian as a heritage language -- Comparing the three heritage languages -- Intergenerational transmission -- Implications
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  • 2
    ISBN: 9781108487269
    Language: English
    Pages: xvii, 970 Seiten
    Series Statement: Cambridge handbooks in language and linguistics
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 306.442
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    Keywords: Linguistic minorities ; Bilingualism ; Multilingualism ; Heritage language speakers ; Linguistic minorities Education ; Aufsatzsammlung
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 3
    ISBN: 9780198793595
    Language: English
    Pages: xxviii, 625 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    Edition: First edition
    Series Statement: Oxford handbooks in linguistics
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als The Oxford handbook of language attrition
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als The Oxford handbook of language attrition
    DDC: 306.44
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    Keywords: Aufsatzsammlung ; Sprachfertigkeit ; Interferenz ; Verlernen
    Note: Literaturverzeichnis: Seiten 542-621
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  • 4
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 9781108766340
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xvii, 970 Seiten)
    Series Statement: Cambridge handbooks in language and linguistics
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 306.44/6
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    Keywords: Bilingualism ; Linguistic minorities / Education ; Linguistic minorities ; Heritage language speakers ; Multilingualism ; Ethnolinguistik ; Minderheitensprache ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Minderheitensprache ; Ethnolinguistik
    Abstract: Heritage languages are minority languages learned in a bilingual environment. These include immigrant languages, aboriginal or indigenous languages and historical minority languages. In the last two decades, heritage languages have become central to many areas of linguistic research, from bilingual language acquisition, education and language policies, to theoretical linguistics. Bringing together contributions from a team of internationally renowned experts, this Handbook provides a state-of-the-art overview of this emerging area of study from a number of different perspectives, ranging from theoretical linguistics to language education and pedagogy. Presenting comprehensive data on heritage languages from around the world, it covers issues ranging from individual aspects of heritage language knowledge to broader societal, educational, and policy concerns in local, global and international contexts. Surveying the most current issues and trends in this exciting field, it is essential reading for graduate students and researchers, as well as language practitioners and other language professionals
    Note: Title from publisher's bibliographic system (viewed on 08 Nov 2021)
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  • 5
    ISBN: 9781107133372 , 9781107589896
    Language: English
    Pages: xxii, 324 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Montrul, Silvina Native speakers, interrupted
    DDC: 306.44/60973
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    Keywords: Bilingualism ; Heritage language speakers ; Linguistic change ; Spanish language Direct object ; Spanish language Morphosyntax ; Hindustani language Direct object ; Hindustani language Morphosyntax ; Romanian language Direct object ; Romanian language Morphosyntax ; USA ; Amerikanisches Englisch ; Zweisprachigkeit ; Morphosyntax ; Sprachwandel
    Abstract: "A heritage language is the term given to a language spoken at home by bilingual children of immigrant parents. Written by a leading figure in the field, this pioneering, in-depth study brings together three heritage languages - Hindu, Spanish, and Romanian - spoken in the United States. It demonstrates how heritage speakers drive morphosyntactic change when certain environmental characteristics are met and considers the relationship between social and cognitive factors and timing in language acquisition, bilingualism, and language change. It also discusses the implications of the findings for the language education of heritage speakers in the USA and considers how the heritage language can be maintained in the English-speaking school system. Advancing our understanding of heritage language development and change, this book is essential reading for students and researchers of linguistics and multilingualism, immigration, education studies, and language policy, as well as for educators and policy makers"--
    Note: Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 293-321
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  • 6
    ISBN: 9781009302081
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 online resource (348 pages)
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als
    DDC: 306.44/60973
    Keywords: Electronic books
    Abstract: A study of the language acquisition and transmission of Hindi, Spanish and Romanian as heritage languages in the United States.
    Abstract: Cover -- Half-title -- Title page -- Copyright information -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Preface -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- 1 On Heritage Speakers as Native Speakers -- 1.1 Who Is a Native Speaker? -- 1.1.1 Place of Birth -- 1.1.2 Acquisition, Ultimate Attainment, and Linguistic Stability -- 1.1.3 Non-Native Speakers -- 1.1.4 Measuring Native-Likeness -- 1.2 Variability in Monolingually Raised Native Speakers -- 1.2.1 Level of Education -- 1.2.2 Knowledge of Another Language -- 1.2.3 Loss of Native Speaker Status: L1 Attrition -- 1.3 Bilingual and Multilingual Native Speakers -- 1.4 Multilingual Native Speakers and Language Change -- 1.5 Summary -- 2 Structural Changes in Heritage Language Grammars -- 2.1 The Structure of Heritage Language Grammars -- 2.1.1 Changes Compared to What? The Baseline Again -- 2.1.2 Transgenerational Studies -- 2.1.3 Common Linguistic Processes -- 2.2 Sources of Variability in Heritage Language Grammars -- 2.2.1 Quantity of Input -- 2.2.2 Quality of Input -- 2.2.3 Input and Linguistic Modularity -- 2.2.4 Input and Age -- 2.2.5 The Socio-Affective Dimension -- 2.2.6 Dominant Language Transfer -- 2.2.7 Interface Vulnerability -- 2.2.8 Language Processing Limitations -- 2.3 Intergenerational Transmission -- 2.3.1 Language Change in Progress? -- 2.3.2 Comparing Heritage Languages -- 2.4 Summary -- 3 Differential Object Marking -- 3.1 The Phenomenon -- 1.3.1 Spanish -- 3.1.2 Romanian -- 3.1.3 Hindi -- 3.2 Syntactic Analyses -- 3.3 A Note on Dative Subjects -- 3.4 Summary -- 4 Language Change and the Acquisition of Differential Object Marking -- 4.1 Language Acquisition and Language Change -- 4.2 Differential Object Marking in Monolingual Acquisition -- 4.3 Differential Object Marking in Second Language Acquisition.
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