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Sun Mar 13 2011

TOC: Language & Communication Special Issue - Jewish Languages in...

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        1.     Christopher Tancock , Language & Communication Special Issue - Jewish Languages in the Age of the Internet

Message 1: Language & Communication Special Issue - Jewish Languages in the Age of the Internet
Date: 11-Mar-2011
From: Christopher Tancock <c.tancockelsevier.com>
Subject: Language & Communication Special Issue - Jewish Languages in the Age of the Internet
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd

Journal Title: Language & Communication
Volume Number: 31
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: 2011

Subtitle: Language & Communication Special Issue - Jewish Languages in the Age of the Internet

Main Text:

1. Editorial Board / Publication information
Page IFC

2. Jewish languages in the age of the Internet: An introduction
Pages 95-98
Sarah Bunin Benor

3. Yiddish on the Internet
Pages 99-106
Tsvi Sadan

4. The meaning of Ladino: The semiotics of an online speech community
Pages 107-118
Marcy Brink-Danan

5. Judeo-Greek in the era of globalization
Pages 119-129
Julia G. Krivoruchko

6. Shamis, halebis and shajatos: Labels and the dynamics of Syrian Jewishness
in Mexico City
Pages 130-140
Evelyn Dean-Olmsted

7. Mensch, bentsh, and balagan: Variation in the American Jewish linguistic
Pages 141-154
Sarah Bunin Benor

8. Shandler, J., 2006. Adventures in Yiddishland: Postvernacular Language &
Culture. University of California Press, Berkeley
Pages 155-157
William Weigel

9. Nevo, N. and Olshtain, E., (Eds.). 2007. The Hebrew Language in the Era of
Globalization. Magnes Press, Jerusalem
Pages 158-159
Yael Reshef

10. Chetrit, J., 2007. Diglossie, hybridation et diversité intra-linguistique: études
socio-pragmatiques sur les langues juives, le judéo-arabe et le judéo-berbère.
Peeters, Louvain
Pages 160-162
Cyril Aslanov

For more information on this Special Issue, please visit:
Or visit the journal homepage: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/langcom

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics
                            Discourse Analysis
                            General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)
                            Hebrew (heb)
                            Judeo-Berber (jbe)
                            Arabic, Judeo-Yemeni (jye)
                            Ladino (lad)
                            Yiddish, Eastern (ydd)
                            Yevanic (yej)
                            Arabic, Judeo-Iraqi (yhd)
                            Yiddish, Western (yih)
                            Arabic, Judeo-Tripolitanian (yud)
                            Imperial Aramaic (arc)

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