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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 / 3
Date: 2018
Table of Contents: Introduction: Priming paradigms in bilingualism research
reviewed by Gunnar Jacob, Harald Clahsen
pp 435-436

Phonological priming and the role of phonology in nonnative word recognition
reviewed by Kira Gor
pp 437-442

Morphological priming in bilingualism research
reviewed by Gunnar Jacob
pp 443-447

Structural priming in bilinguals
reviewed by Roger Gompel, Manabu Arai
pp 448-455

Cross-modal priming in bilingual sentence processing
reviewed by Theodoros Marinis
pp 456-461

ERP priming studies of bilingual language processing
reviewed by Sina Bosch, Alina Leminen
pp 462-470

Polysyllabic shortening in speakers exposed to two languages
by Todd Gibson, Connie Summers
pp 471-478

Why is lexical retrieval slower for bilinguals? Evidence from picture naming
by Margot Sullivan, Gregory Poarch, Ellen Bialystok
pp 479-488

Is language interference (when it occurs) a graded or an all-or-none effect? Evidence from bilingual reported speech production
by Anna Hatzidaki, Mikel Santesteban, Wouter Duyck
pp 489-504

The relationship between general executive functions and bilingual switching and monitoring in language production
by Jussi Jykklä, Minna Lehtonen, Fred Lindholm, Anna Kuusakoski, Matti Laine
pp 505-522

Another bilingual advantage? Perception of talker-voice information
by Susannah Levi
pp 523-536

Effects of early home language environment II: Speech comprehension and cognitive functions
by Lily Tao, Qing Cai
pp 537-549

Neural substrates of sign language vocabulary processing in less-skilled hearing M2L2 signers: Evidence for difficult phonological movement perception
by Joshua Williams, Isabelle Darcy, Sharlene Newman
pp 550-562

Incidental vocabulary learning in a natural reading context: an eye-tracking study
by Aline Godfroid, Jieun Ahn, Ina Choi, Laura Ballard, Yaqiong Cui, Suzanne Johnston, Shinhye Lee, Abdhi Sarkar, Hyung-Jo Yoon
pp 563-584

Learning written word vocabulary in a second language: Theoretical and practical implications
by Brendan Weekes
pp 585-597

Heritage language exposure impacts voice onset time of Dutch–German simultaneous bilingual preschoolers
by Antje Stoehr, Titia Benders, Janet Hell, Paula Fikkert
pp 598-617

Prototype effects in first and second language learners: The case of English transitive semantics
by Sarut Supasiraprapa
pp 618-639

The functional weight of a prosodic cue in the native language predicts the learning of speech segmentation in a second language
by Annie Tremblay, Mirjam Broersma, Caitlin Coughlin
pp 640-652

BIL volume 21 issue 3 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

BIL volume 21 issue 3 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b6

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
 
LL Issue: 29.2141