THE HANDBOOK OF BILINGUALISM AND MULTILINGUALISM – 2nd Edition

Tej K. Bhatia y William C. Ritchie (Syracuse University, USA) – Editores

Hoboken, NJ, USA. John WILEY. ISBN. 9781444334906. Noviembre de 2012. 968 págs. Encuadernado

PVP EUR 158,00 (4% IVA incluido)

Según va aumentando la movilidad laboral y personal, el bilingüismo y multilingüismo se convierten en un factor más importante en un aspecto práctico y académico. Las circunstancias internacionales que se han desarrollado durante las dos últimas décadas – donde las comunidades étnicas y lingüísticas están considerados incluso políticamente – han dado a los académicos nuevas oportunidades para estudiar los fenómenos individuales de la hiperglobalización

Este libro explora todas estas cuestiones, escrito en artículos de expertos de varios países y que vienen de distintos campos y disciplinas académicos, para completar la primera edición que representó una nueva integración en este campo y en su estudio

Todos los capítulos han sido revisados y, en algunos casos reescritos para dar una mayor extensión de conceptos como la afasia políglota, criollización, indigenización, ecología lingüística, lenguas minoritarias en peligro o lingüística forense

 

La primera edición se publicó  en el 2006

 

Extracto del índice:

Acknowledgments

Notes on Contributors

Introduction

Part I  Overview and Foundations

Introduction

1 Bilingualism and Multilingualism: Some Central Concepts

2 Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Bilingualism and Multilingualism Research

Part II  Neurological and Psychological Aspects of Bilingualism and Multilingualism

Introduction The Neurology of Bilingualism and Multilingualism

3 Bilingual Aphasia: Theoretical and Clinical Considerations Approaches to Bilingualism, Multilingualism, and Language Acquisition

4 The Bilingual Child

5 Bilingualism/Multilinghualism and Second Language Acquisition

6 Multilingualism: New Perspectives on Syntactic Development

7 Bilingualism and the Heritage Language Learner Bilingual and Multilingual Language Use: Knowledge, Comprehension, and Production

8 Two Linguistic Systems in Contact: Grammar, Phonology, and Lexicon

9 The Comprehension of Words and Sentences in Two Languages

10 An Appraisal of the Bilingual Language Production System: Quantitatively or Qualitatively Different from Monolinguals Bilingualism and Multilingualism:  Memory, Cognition, and Emotion

11 Bilingual Memory

12 Bilingualism and Emotion: Implications for Mental Health The Bilingual’s and Multilingual’s Repertoire:  Code Mixing, Code Switching, and Communication Accommodation

13 Code Switching and Grammatical Theory

14 Sign Language-Spoken Language Bilingualism and the Derivation of Bimodally Mixed Sentences

15 Social and Psychological Factors in Language Mixing

16 Accommodating Multilinguality

17 Bilingualism and Gesture

Part III Societal Bilingualism/Multilingualism and its Effects

Introduction Language Contact, Maintenance, and Endangerment

18 The Bilingual and Multilingual Community

19 Language Maintenance, Language Shift, and Reversing Language Shift

20  Language Imperialism and Endangered Languages

21 Multilingualism, Indigenization, and Creolization

22 Multilingualism and Family Welfare Bilingualism and Multilingualism:  the Media, Education, Literacy, and the Law

23 Bilingualism and Multilingualism in the Global Media and Advertising

24 Bilingual Education

25 The Impact of Bilingualism on Language and Literacy Development

26 Bilingualism and Writing Systems

27 Multilingualism and Forensic Linguistics

Part IV Global Perspectives and Challenges: Case studies

Introduction

28 Bilingualism in North America

29 Bilingualism in Latin America

30 Bilingualism in Europe

31 Turkish as an Immigrant Language in Europe

32 Multilingualism in Southern Africa

33 Multilingualism in Greater China and the Chinese Language Diaspora

34 Bilingualism and Multilingualism in South Asia

35 Multilingualism and Language Renewal in Ex-Soviet Central Asia

36 Bilingualism/Multilingualism in the Middle East and North Africa: A Focus on Cross-National and Diglossic Bilingualism/Multilingualism

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