Discourse, ideology and heritage language socialization : micro and macro perspectives /

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Main Author: Guardado, Martin (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter Mouton, [2018]
Series:Contributions to the sociology of language ; vol. 104.
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490 1 |a Contributions to the sociology of language ;  |v vol. 104 
505 0 0 |t Frontmatter --  |t Preface --  |t Contents --  |t 1. Introduction --  |t Part I: Setting the stage --  |t 2. Overview of heritage language studies --  |t 3. Language socialization --  |t 4. Language ideologies --  |t Part II: The discursive construction of heritage language development --  |t 6. Discourses of heritage language development I: A preliminary typology --  |t 7. Discourses II: Mapping the literature --  |t 8. Discourses III: Problematizing the discourse typology --  |t Part III: Socializing strategies and metapragmatic practices --  |t 9. The role of community --  |t 10. Family language and literacy practices --  |t 11. Family language policy and language regulation --  |t 12. Heritage language regulation --  |t Part IV: Family, community and education in global perspective --  |t 13. A cosmopolitan turn in heritage language studies? --  |t 14. From multiculturalism to cosmopolitanism --  |t 15. Final reflections and ways forward --  |t References --  |t Subject index. 
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650 0 |a Multilingualism. 
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