LINGUIST List 14.1559

Mon Jun 2 2003

TOC: Int. J of the Sociology of Language, 161 (2003)

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Message 1: International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 161 (2003)

Date: Mon, 02 Jun 2003 08:11:16 +0000
From: julia.ulrich <julia.ulrichdegruyter.com>
Subject: International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 161 (2003)



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Journal Title: International Journal of the Sociology of Language
Volume Number: 2003
Issue Number: 161
Issue Date: June 2003

Subtitle: Language Maintenance or Language Shift: Focus on Malaysia

Main text:
			
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE (IJSL)
General Editor: Joshua A. Fishman
ISSN: 0165-2516

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LANGUAGE MAINTENANCE OR LANGUAGE SHIFT: FOCUS ON MALAYSIA

Issue Editor: MAYA KHEMLANI DAVID
SLSLC Editor: NANCY C. DORIAN 

FROM THE CONTENTS:

MAYA KHEMLANI DAVID, IBTISAM M. H. NAJI and SHEENA KAUR 
Language maintenance or language shift among the Punjabi Sikh
community in Malaysia?

SUBRA GOVINDASAMY and MOHANA NAMBIAR 
Social networks: applicability to minority communities in multilingual
settings

MAYA KHEMLANI DAVID 
The Pakistani community in Machang, Kelantan: reasons for language shift 

ZURAIDAH MOHD DON 
Kelantanese in a new ethnolinguistic environment 

KAREN KOW YIP CHENG 
Language shift and language maintenance in mixed marriages: a case
study of a Malaysian-Chinese family

IBTISAM M. H. NAJI and MAYA KHEMLANI DAVID 
Markers of ethnic identity: focus on the Malaysian Tamil community 

DIPIKA MUKHERJEE 
Role of women in language maintenace and language shift: focus on the
Bengali community in Malaysia

Book Review
KAMILA GHAZALI 
Language Allegiance and Language Shift, by Mohamad Subakir Mohd Yasin 


Small languages and small language communities 42
ALEXANDRA Y. AIKHENVALD 
Teaching Tariana, an endangered language from Northwest Amazonia 


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