Linguistic superdiversity in urban areas : research approaches / edited by Joana Duarte, Ingrid Gogolin, University of Hamburg
- Hamburg Studies on Linguistic Diversity, volume 2
- Machine generated contents note: Capturing superdiversity -- Using correspondence analysis to model immigrant multilingualism over time / Robert W. Schrauf -- Capturing diversity: Linguistic land- and soundscaping / Bernhard Brehmer -- Measuring language diversity in urban ecosystems / Hagen Peukert -- Language acquisition and practice -- Foreign language acquisition in heritage speakers: The acquisition of articles in L3-English by German-Turkish bilinguals / Ilse Stangen -- Heteroglossia in English complementary schools / Angela Creese -- Enough is enough the heuristics of authenticity in superdiversity / Piia Vans -- The primary classroom as a superdiverse hetero-normative space / Massimiliano Spotti -- Assessing narrative development in bilingual first language acquisition: What can we learn from monolingual norms? / Enkeleida Kapia -- Examples of language contact and change -- Detecting historical continuity in a linguistically diverse urban area: The present perfect in modern Singapore English / Julia Davydova -- Four decades of study of synchronic variation in varieties of Dutch. A sketch / Frans Hinskens -- Language contact in heritage languages in the Netherlands / Pieter Muysken -- Chinese and globalization / Dong Jie.
- 9789027214157 (hb) and 9027214158 (hb)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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