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Revitalizing Endangered Languages

Edited by Justyna Olko & Julia Sallabank

Revitalizing Endangered Languages "This guidebook provides ideas and strategies, as well as some background, to help with the effective revitalization of endangered languages. It covers a broad scope of themes including effective planning, benefits, wellbeing, economic aspects, attitudes and ideologies."


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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   21 / 2
Date: 2018
Table of Contents: Languages flex cultural thinking
by CERI ELLIS, GUILLAUME THIERRY, AWEL VAUGHAN-EVANS, MANON JONES
pp 219-227

Modality effects in language switching: Evidence for a bimodal advantage
by EMILY KAUFMANN, IRENE MITTELBERG, IRING KOCH, ANDREA PHILIPP
pp 243-250

Priming and adaptation in native speakers and second-language learners
by EDITH KAAN, EUNJIN CHUN
pp 228-242

A cognitive load delays predictive eye movements similarly during L1 and L2 comprehension
by AINE ITO, MARTIN CORLEY, MARTIN PICKERING
pp 251-264

An examination of L2-L1 noncognate translation priming in the lexical decision task: insights from distributional and frequency-based analyses
by MARIKO NAKAYAMA, STEPHEN LUPKER, YOSHIHIRO ITAGUCHI
pp 265-277

The plasticity of lexical selection mechanism in word production: ERP evidence from short-term language switching training in unbalanced Chinese–English bilinguals
by CHUNYAN KANG, FENGYANG MA, TAOMEI GUO
pp 296-313

Individual phonological attrition in Albanian–English late bilinguals
by ESTHER LEEUW, AURELA TUSHA, MONIKA SCHMID
pp 278-295

Lexical access in the second year: a study of monolingual and bilingual vocabulary development
by STEPHANIE DEANDA, KRISTI HENDRICKSON, PASCAL ZESIGER, DIANE POULIN-DUBOIS, MARGARET FRIEND
pp 314-327

Fácil or A piece of cake: Does variability in bilingual language brokering experience affect idiom comprehension?
by BELEM LÓPEZ, JYOTSNA VAID
pp 340-354

Bilingual and monolingual children process pragmatic cues differently when learning novel adjectives
by AGNES GROBA, ANNICK HOUWER, JAN MEHNERT, SONJA ROSSI, HELLMUTH OBRIG
pp 384-402

Difficulties using standardized tests to identify the receptive expressive gap in bilingual children's vocabularies
by TODD GIBSON, LINDA JARMULOWICZ, D. OLLER
pp 328-339

The role of working memory in processing L2 input: Insights from eye-tracking
by BIMALI INDRARATHNE, JUDIT KORMOS
pp 355-374

Beyond global differences between monolingual and bilingual children on the nonword repetition task: retention skills for phonemes’ identity and serial order
by KIRSTEN SCHRAEYEN, WIM ELST, ASTRID GEUDENS, POL GHESQUIÈRE, DOMINIEK SANDRA
pp 403-418

Foreigner talk through word reduction in native/non-native spoken interactions
by SARA RODRIGUEZ-CUADRADO, CRISTINA BAUS, ALBERT COSTA
pp 419-426

BIL volume 21 issue 2 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b3

Automatic semantic integration during L2 sentential reading
by SUNYOUNG AHN, NAN JIANG
pp 375-383

Improved statistical learning abilities in adult bilinguals
by LUCA ONNIS, WIN CHUN, MATTHEW LOU-MAGNUSON
pp 427-433

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
 
LL Issue: 29.1868