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LINGUIST List 21.1907

Wed Apr 21 2010

Qs: Endangered Lang: Spoken more in United States than in Homeland

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        1.    Sam Roberts, Endangered Lang: Any Spoken more in United States than in Homeland

Message 1: Endangered Lang: Any Spoken more in United States than in Homeland
Date: 16-Apr-2010
From: Sam Roberts <samrobnytimes.com>
Subject: Endangered Lang: Any Spoken more in United States than in Homeland
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Dear LINGUIST List subscribers,

I'm working on an article about endangered languages and
wondering whether there are places in the United States - New York, in
articular - where more immigrants speak an endangered language than
people do back in their homelands. Does this seem plausible? Where
should I look?

Thanks so much,
Sam Roberts

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics
                            Sociolinguistics

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