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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:   24 / 1
Date: 2021
Table of Contents: The effects of aging on bilingual language: What changes, what doesn't, and why
reviewed by Jana Reifegerste
pp 1-17

Age of acquisition – not bilingualism – is the primary determinant of less than nativelike L2 ultimate attainment
by Emanuel Bylund, Kenneth Hyltenstam, Niclas Abrahamsson
pp 18-30

Electrophysiological correlates of emotion word processing in Spanish–English bilinguals
by Idaly Vélez-Uribe, Mónica Rosselli
pp 31-55

Acquisition of Spanish verbal morphology by child bilinguals: Overregularization by heritage speakers and second language learners
by Ana Fernández-Dobao, Julia Herschensohn
pp 56-68

Eye-movement benchmarks in Heritage Language reading
by Olga Parshina, Anna Laurinavichyute, Irina Sekerina
pp 69-82

Bilingual referential choice in cognitively demanding situations
by Carla Contemori, Iva Ivanova
pp 83-95

Bidirectional cross-linguistic influence in object realization in Cantonese–English bilingual children
by Jiangling Zhou, Ziyin Mai, Virginia Yip
pp 96-110

Effects of Chinese word structure on object perception in Chinese–English bilinguals: Evidence from an ERP visual oddball paradigm
by Xuan Pan, Debra Jared
pp 111-123

Learning to assign stress in a second language: The role of second-language vocabulary size and transfer from the native language in second-language readers of Italian
by Giacomo Spinelli, Luciana Forti, Debra Jared
pp 124-136

Understanding semantic accents in Japanese–English bilinguals: A feature-based approach
by Eriko Matsuki, Yasushi Hino, Debra Jared
pp 137-153

Predictors and consequences of individual differences in cross-linguistic interactions: A model of second language reading skill
by Brianna Yamasaki, Chantel Prat
pp 154-166

Examining the effectiveness of language-switching practice for reducing cross-language competition in L2 grammatical processing
by Kevin McManus
pp 167-184

The cognitive status of metalinguistic knowledge in speakers of one or more languages
by Michael Smith
pp 185-196

On the phantom-like appearance of bilingualism effects on neurocognition: (How) should we proceed?
by Evelina Leivada, Marit Westergaard, Jon Duñabeitia, Jason Rothman
pp 197-210

Conflict adaptation during multilingual language production as evidenced by the n-3 effect
by Mathieu Declerck, Stefanie Schuch, Andrea Philipp
pp 211-214

Tuning out tone errors? Native listeners do not down-weight tones when hearing unsystematic tone errors in foreign-accented Mandarin
by Eric Pelzl, Matthew Carlson, Taomei Guo, Carrie Jackson, Janet Hell
pp 215-222

BIL volume 24 issue 1 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

BIL volume 24 issue 1 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
 
LL Issue: 32.859