LINGUIST List 8.902

Wed Jun 18 1997

TOC: Intern Journal of the Sociology of Lang

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Message 1: TOC: Intern. Journal of the Sociology of Language (IJSL)

Date: Sun, 15 Jun 1997 18:38:39 +0200 (MEST)
From: Christoph Eyrich <eyrichzedat.fu-berlin.de>
Subject: TOC: Intern. Journal of the Sociology of Language (IJSL)


 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE
 Issue 123 (1997) 

 BERBER SOCIOLINGUISTICS
 Edited by Moha Ennaji


 Mouton de Gruyter * Berlin * New York




Contents:

Moha Ennaji ...... Kaddour Cadi: In memoriam
Moha Ennaji ...... Introduction
Fatima Sadiqi .... The place of Berber in Morocco
Moha Ennaji ...... The sociology of Berber: Change and continuity
Ahmed Boukous .... Situation sociolinguistique de l'Amazighe
Miloud Taifi ..... Le lexique berbere: entre l'emprunt massif et la
 neologie sauvage
Salem Chaker ..... La Kabylie: un processus de developpement
		 linguistique autonome

Mohamed Chtatou .. The influence of the Berber language on Moroccan
 Arabic
Jilali Saib ...... Sociolinguistically induced process-directionality
 reversal in Berber
Kaddour Cadi ..... Constance et variabilite syntaxiques 
		 interdialectales en Berbere
 

Book reviews 

Keith Walters, Textes en Linguistique Berbere: Introduction au domaine
berbere, by Salem Chaker

Fatima Agnaou, Societe, Langues et Cultures au Maroc: Enjeux
symboliques, by Ahmed Boukous

Fatima Sadiqi, Systeme Verbal Rifain: Forme et Sens, by Kaddour Cadi


Small languages and small language communities

Leanne Hinton .... Survival of endangered languages: the California 
 Master-Apprentice Program

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