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- 2.1. Mapping bilingualism
- 3. Monolinguality, bilinguality and multilinguality
- Definitions of Bilingualism and their Applications to the Japanese Society
The book brings together sociolinguistic, neurolinguistic, and educational perspectives on language acquisition and learning in the classroom and at home.
2.1. Mapping bilingualism
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This page intentionally left blank Bilinguality and Bilingualism Second edition This updated and revised edition of Hamers and Blancs successful textbook presents state-of-the-art knowledge about languages in contact from individual bilinguality to societal bilingualism. The book is both multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary in approach, and analyses bilingualism at individual, interpersonal and societal levels. Linguistic, cognitive and sociocultural aspects of bilingual development are explored, as are problems such as bilingual memory and polyglot aphasia. Hamers and Blanc analyse the relationship between culture, identity and language behaviour in multicultural settings, as well as the communicationstrategies in interpersonal and intergroup relations. They also propose theoretical models of language processing and development, which are then applied to bilingual behaviour. Other topics reviewed include language shift, pidgins and creoles, language planning and bilingual education. This new edition reects the changes in the theoretical approaches to bilingualism since the late s and includes sections on language attrition, languages in contact and neuropsychological aspects of bilin- guality.
3. Monolinguality, bilinguality and multilinguality
Bilingualism is a phenomenon that arises as a result of languages in contact. These links have been of different nature — friendly, commercial, but also hostile, involving wars and conflicts, and as such were perceived as either positive or negative by the members of the communities concerned. As we have learned in the previous week, these links always influenced the speech behaviour of the people involved in the contacts and thus affected their languages. Bilingualism is one of the possible results of such language contacts. The history of Europe up to the present has been marked by intense political, economic and cultural interaction, therefore the European linguistic landscape is nowadays characterized by widespread bilingualism. Bilingualism refers to the state of a linguistic community where two languages are in contact with the result that two codes can be used in the same interaction and that a number of individuals are bilingual Hamers and Blanc , 6. According to a somehow traditional and widely accepted understanding bilinguals are persons who are able to speak two languages perfectly.
Definitions of Bilingualism and their Applications to the Japanese Society
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