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Wed Oct 9 2002

TOC: Int. J. of the Sociology of Language 157 (2002)

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  1. Julia Ulrich, IJSL 157 (2002) FOCUS ON DIGLOSSIA

Message 1: IJSL 157 (2002) FOCUS ON DIGLOSSIA

Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 13:11:47 +0200
From: Julia Ulrich <Julia.UlrichdeGruyter.com>
Subject: IJSL 157 (2002) FOCUS ON DIGLOSSIA

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE
General Editor: Joshua A. Fishman
ISSN: 0165-2516

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2002, Issue 157
FOCUS ON DIGLOSSIA
Issue Editor: Joshua A. Fishman

This focus issue is affectionately dedicated to the memory of Charles A.
Ferguson 1921 - 1998.


CONTENTS

FOCUS ARTICLE

ALAN HUDSON
Outline of a theory of diglossia

REVIEWER'S COMMENTS

MARIA-JOSE AZURMENDI
Comentarios

FLORIAN COULMAS
Writing is crucial

NANCY C. DORIAN
Diglossia and the simplification of linguistic space

MOHA ENNAJI
Comment

RALPH W. FASOLD
The importance of community

JOSHUA A. FISHMAN
Diglossia and societal multilingualism: dimensions of similarity and
difference

ANNA FRANGOUDAKI
Greek societal bilingualism of more than a century

WALTER HAAS
Comment

ALAN S. KAYE
Comment

CHRISTINA BRATT PAULSTON
Comment

SUZANNE ROMAINE
Can stable diglossia help to preserve endangered languages?

HAROLD F. SCHIFFMAN
Comment

REBUTTAL ESSAY

ALAN HUDSON
Diglossia, bilingualism, and history: postscript to a theoretical
discussion

SMALL LANGUAGES AND SMALL LANGUAGE COMMUNITIES 39

BRUCE CONNELL
Phonetic/phonological variation and language contraction

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