2 edition of New theoretical perspectives in multilingualism research found in the catalog.
New theoretical perspectives in multilingualism research
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Werner Wiater, Gerda Videsott (eds.).|
|LC Classifications||P115 .N45 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||244 p. :|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||2011500910|
1 Contemporary Brazilian perspectives on multilingualism: An introduction Marilda C. Cavalcanti and Terezinha M. Maher SECTION I Politics, language ideologies and the changing shape of language policy processes Introduction: Distinctive and common features of Brazilian language and education policy in the Latin American context Rainer Enrique Hamel 2 Changing policies and language ideologies. The model presented in this volume draws together various strands of research - second language acquisition theory, bilingualism research, dynamic systems theory - to develop a novel approach to this challenging subject. Its main focus lies on the psycholinguistic dynamics of multilingualism, the processes of change in time affecting two or more language systems.3/5(2). In turn, the studies in the second part focus on visible shifts in contemporary multilingualism research, learners’ attitudes towards multiple languages they acquire, teachers’ perspectives on the changing requirements related to multiculturalism, and immigrant brokers’ professional experience in the UK.
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Get this from a library. New theoretical perspectives in multilingualism research. [Werner Wiater; Gerda Videsott;] -- "This book is based on the belief that the research object of studies on multilingualism needs a new interpretation and clearer definition.
It is argued that the definition of language, particularly. New Theoretical Perspectives in Multilingualism Research [Werner Wiater, Gerda Videsott] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book is based on the belief that the research object of studies on multilingualism needs a new interpretation and clearer definition.
It is argued that the definition of language. New theoretical perspectives in multilingualism research book All in all, the book is an invaluable contribution to research on European multilingualism and practice, as it discusses current and develops new comprehensive interdisciplinary conceptualizations, understandings, and perspectives, bridging the gap between Cited by: 7.
The last section of the article compares monolingual and holistic perspectives in the study of multilingualism, paying special attention to new approaches developed in the past few years that.
Nowadays, four main research perspectives on multilingualism can be identified, namely the sociolinguistic, the psycholinguistic, the linguistic and the educational perspectives (Wei ; Jessner.
Holmes, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 1 Multilingualism; Diglossia; Bilingualism. Sociolinguistic research in the area of multilingualism is concerned with identifying the relationship between social factors and choice of language or ‘code’ in specific situations.
In Zaire, for example, people often use five or six languages, or more accurately. Routledge Critical Studies in Multilingualism is devoted to the publishing of original research, of global scope and relevance, which incorporates critical and post-structuralist perspectives.
The series also seeks to reflect different strands of empirical work which are interpretive, ethnographic and multimodal in nature and which embrace new epistemologies and new research methods.
Comprising state-of-the-art research, this substantially expanded and revised Handbook discusses the latest global and interdisciplinary issues across bilingualism and multilingualism. Includes the addition of ten new authors to the contributor team, and coverage of seven new topics ranging from global media to heritage language learning.
Whilst the Chapters 1 to 5 try to give an overview of the existing problems and theories by pointing out important steps in the history of research on SLA and bilingualism, providing the reader with a grasp of current multilingual issues, the main part of the book expounds both a new concept of multilingualism and the overall theoretical Author: Philip Herdina.
This edited volume contains 22 chapters and specifically addresses methodological issues when conducting research on multilingualism. It provides a theoretical background of research in bilingualism, but the main focus is on procedures, methods, and tools.
The last part of the volume provides ideas for projects and dissemination and provides. Multilingualism, ideology and practice 3.
Ethnography of multilingualism 4. A multilingual research team 5. Multilingualism in local and global spaces 6. Inventing and disinventing the national 7. Contesting 'language' as 'heritage' 8. Multilingual literacies across space and time 9.
Official and carnival lives in the classroom In this volume an international roster of scholars offer theoretical perspectives, research reviews and empirical studies on teaching, learning and language development in immersion education.
New theoretical perspectives in multilingualism research book Editors clearly define the term "immersion" and bring together research from three distinct branches, including foreign language ("one-way"), bilingual /5(3).
Receptive multilingualism refers to the language constellation in which interlocutors use their respective mother tongue while speaking to each other. Since the mid-nineties receptive multilingualism is promoted by the European commission on par with other possibilities of increasing the mobility of the European citizens.
Throughout the last ten years a marked increase in the research on. Get this from a library. European Multilingualism: Current Perspectives and Challenges. [Rosita Rindler Schjerve; Eva Vetter] -- This book provides a broad sociolinguistic perspective on major questions of political and cultural Europeanization.
It is concerned with European multilingualism as it. Abstract. This paper discusses a fairly new research methodology used in studying multilingualism. The complexity of the phenomenon of multilingualism calls for multidisciplinary approaches; it calls for a new research approach beyond the well-known paradigms of mostly quantitative investigations in bilingualism and the introduction of qualitative : Danuta Gabryś-Barker.
Presenting research on bi- and trilingualism in Israel from a multitude of perspectives, the book focuses on four aspects of multilingualism and literacy in Israel: Arabic-Hebrew bilingual education and Arabic literacy development; second-language Hebrew literacy among immigrant children; literacy in English as a second/third language; and.
In this third, fully revised edition, the 10 volume Encyclopedia of Language and Education offers the newest developments, including an entirely new volume of research and scholarly content, essential to the field of language teaching and learning in the age of globalization.
Sociolinguistic research from variationist and ethnographic perspectives is still in many ways oriented to answering certain key questions which are, on the one hand, about variation and change within the language system (Labov, ) and, on the other hand, about language as a cultural practice that is connected to local productions of meaning and interpretation (Duranti, The book provides an overview of the major issues in the field from the teacher’s perspective, equipping teachers with theoretical underpinnings related to language education, and inviting reflection on individual choices in promoting bi- and multilingualism.
Book Description. Although scientific studies of the language behaviour of polyglots began to appear in the nineteenth century, it is only in the last fifty years or so that bilingualism and multilingualism have been recognized as crucial areas of linguistic research.
Multilingualism in the English-Speaking World is the winner of the BAAL Book Prize Multilingualism in the English-Speaking World: Pedigree of Nations explores the consequences of English as a global language and multilingualism as a social phenomenon.
Written accessibly, it explores the extent of diversity in ‘inner circle’ English speaking countries (the UK, the USA, Canada, South.
When people attempt to learn a new language, the language(s) they already know can help but also hinder their understanding or production of new forms. This phenomenon, known as language transfer, is the focus of this book.
The collection offers new theoretical perspectives, some in the empirical studies and some in other chapters, and consists of four sections considering lexical, syntactic.
This volume reveals new perspectives from different theoretical frameworks on linguistic analyses of receptive multilingualism in Europe. Case studies are presented from contemporary settings, along with analyses of historical examples, theoretical considerations and, finally, descriptions of didactical concepts established in order to transfer.
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This book provides an overview of current theory, research and practice in the field of language anxiety and brings together a range of perspectives on this psychological construct in a single volume.
Chapters in the volume are divided into three sections. Multilingualism need not even require the ability to speak two unrelated languages; a user of e.g. the ‘literary’ and a vernacular/dialectal variety is already multicompetent, with today only “a handful of isolated pockets of ‘pure’ monolinguals, now hard to find even in the.
In addition, the new book series shall present research from many linguistic areas to an international audience, reinforce interaction between research conducted in many different languages and present high standard research on the basis of secondary sources in a number of languages and based in a variety of research traditions.
The shift in the function of English as a medium of instruction together with its use in knowledge construction and dissemination among scholars continue to fuel the global demand for high-level proficiency in the language.
These components of the global knowledge economy mean that the ability of nations to produce multilinguals with advanced English proficiency alongside their mastery of Cited by: 2.
This paper aims to show how insights from formal linguistic theory and empirical acquisition work can inform teaching practice in the multilingual classroom. Potential differences will arise depending on multilingual learners’ language history, particularly in the divide between true L2 and L3 learners.
We show how one can use the predictions of the L3 initial stages models to predict. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Intended as a theoretical framework for future enquiry, this book has two interrelated facets of interest to language researchers.
First, there is its interdisciplinary approach, drawing together the results of research from linguistics and the theory of dynamic systems. This volume reveals new perspectives from different theoretical frameworks on linguistic analyses of receptive multilingualism in Europe.
Case studies are presented from contemporary settings, along with analyses of historical examples, theoretical considerations and, finally, descriptions of didactical concepts established in order to transfer Pages: This phenomenon, known as language transfer, is the focus of this book.
The collection offers new theoretical perspectives, some in the empirical studies and some in other chapters, and consists of four sections considering lexical, syntactic, phonological and cognitive perspectives. the routledge handbook of multilingualism Download the routledge handbook of multilingualism or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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The AILA Applied Linguistics Series (AALS) provides a forum for established scholars in any area of Applied Linguistics. The series aims at representing Author: Terry Lamb. To read the full article and the article’s full references go to the full text of the research article: The Benefits of Multilingualism – Full Article.
REFERENCES (more references in Full Article) Cook, Vivian J. () Requirements for a multilingual model of language production. The book’s nineteen chapters discuss these three perspectives from East, West, Central and South Africa.
All the contributors are leading authorities in multilingualism and education. The chapters combine a wide range of viewpoints based on theoretical, empirical and personal experiences. Built around the concept of linguistic and cultural plurality, this book defines language as an instrument of action and symbolic power.
Plurality is conceived here as: a complex array of voices, perspectives and approaches that seeks to preserve the complexity of the multilingual and multicultural enterprise, including language learning and teaching ; a coherent system of relationships among.
García, O. The education of biliterate Japanese children in the Japanese School of New York. Research Bulletin (Japanese School of New York), Vol. 5, SpringGarcía, O. and Otheguy, R.
Impressions of London from a New York y Teaching Studies 2, García, O. Viv Edwards considers the perspectives of English as a global language as well as multilingualism as a social phenomenon. The book discusses the theoretical issues that underpin current debates. Key Issues in Bilingualism and Bilingual Education.
Presents the first handbook-length examination of the neuroscience and neurolinguistics of multilingualism Demonstrates how neuroscience and multilingualism intersect several areas of research, such as neurobiology and experimental psychology Includes works from prominent international scholars and researchers to provide global perspective.
The insights from this research orientation inform his book for teachers of writing titled Critical Academic Writing and Multilingual Students (University of Michigan Press, ).
This book adopts a critical pedagogical orientation to the teaching of English writing for multilingual students, and has been widely used in classrooms.Research on multilingualism has had an important boost recently and has been approached from different perspectives in applied linguistics.
At the individual level some of the most relevant areas are the following: the cognitive outcomes of multilingualism, the relationship between language and thought in multilinguals, multilingual language.contemporary perspectives on reading and spelling Download contemporary perspectives on reading and spelling or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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