LINGUIST List 8.1417

Fri Oct 3 1997

TOC: IJSL: Issues 124, 125, 126

Editor for this issue: Martin Jacobsen <martylinguistlist.org>


Directory

  1. Christoph Eyrich, TOC: Intern. Journal of the Sociology of Language (IJSL) 124, 125, 126

Message 1: TOC: Intern. Journal of the Sociology of Language (IJSL) 124, 125, 126

Date: Thu, 2 Oct 1997 12:15:24 +0200 (MEST)
From: Christoph Eyrich <eyrichzedat.fu-berlin.de>
Subject: TOC: Intern. Journal of the Sociology of Language (IJSL) 124, 125, 126


	 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE
			 Issue 124 (1997) 

		 THE SOCIOLINGUISTICS OF SLOVENE
 Edited by Marc L. Greenberg 

		Mouton de Gruyter * Berlin * New York


Marc L. Greenberg ............ Introduction

Joze Toporisic ............... Slovene as the language of an
				independent state

James W. Tollefson ........... Language policy in independent
				Slovenia

Majda Kaucic-Basa ............ Where do Slovenes speak Slovene 
				and to whom?
 Minority language choice in a 
				transactional setting

Tom Priestly ................. On the development of the 
				WINDISCHENTHEORIE

Albina Necak-Luek ............ Slovene language issues in the 
 Slovene-Hungarian borderland

Nada Sabec ................... Slovene-English language contact 
				in the USA


Review article

Joseph Paternost ............ Recent sociolinguistic struggles for 
 language sovereignty among the Slovenes

Book review

______________________________________________________________________


	 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE
			 Issue 125 (1997) 

	 SOCIOLINGUISTIC ISSUES IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
		 Edited by Mohamed H. Abdulaziz
 

		Mouton de Gruyter * Berlin * New York



Mohamed H. Abdulaziz .... Introduction

Efurosibina Adegbija .... The identity, survival, and promotion of
 minority languages in Nigeria

David J. Fourie ......... Educational language policy and the 
 indigenous languages of Namibia

Mohamed H. Abdulaziz
and Ken Osinde .......... Sheng and Engsh: development of mixed codes
 among the urban youth in Kenya

Rosalie Finlayson and
Sarah Slabbert .......... `We just mix': code switching in a 
 South African township

B. G. V. Nyombe ......... Survival or extinction: the fate of the
			 local languages of the Southern Sudan

D. O. Okombo and
P. O. Akach ............. Language convergence and wave phenomena 
			 in the growth of a national sign language 
			 in Kenia

Book reviews

________________________________________________________________________


	 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE
			 Issue 126 (1997) 

		ASPECTS OF SOCIOLINGUISTICS IN GREECE

	 Edited by James E. Alatis, Carolyn A. Straehle
			 and Maggie Ronkin
 

		Mouton de Gruyter * Berlin * New York


James E. Alatis, 
Carolyn A. Straehle,
and Maggie Ronkin ........... Preface

Christina Kakava ............ Sociolinguistics and Modern Greek: past,
 current, and future directions

Effie Papatzikou Cochran .... An instance of triglossia? Codeswitching
 as evidence for the present state of
 Greece's `language question'

Anna Frangoudaki ............ The metalinguistic prophecy on the
			 decline of the Greek language: its 
			 social function as the expression of a 
			 crisis in Greek national identity

Eleni Sella-Mazi ............ Language contact today: the case of the
 Muslim minority in northeastern Greece

Lukas D. Tsitsipis .......... The construction of an `outsider's'
			 voice by low-proficiency speakers of 
			 an Albanian variety (Arvanitika) in 
			 Greece: language and ideology

Marianthi Makri-Tsilipakou .. Gendered panhandling?

Theodossia Pavlidou ......... The last five turns: preliminary 
			 remarks on closings in Greek and 
			 German telephone calls

Maria Sifianou .............. Politeness and off-record indirectness


Book review

___________________________________________________________________

Mouton de Gruyter Walter de Gruyter, Inc. 
Postfach 30 34 21 200 Saw Mill River Road 
D-10728 Berlin Hawthorne, NY 10532 
Germany USA 
Fax: +49 (0)30 26005-351 Fax: +1 914 747-1326 
email: moutondeGruyter.de

Publications by de Gruyter can also be ordered via World Wide Web: 

 http://www.deGruyter.de
Mail to author|Respond to list|Read more issues|LINGUIST home page|Top of issue