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The Cambridge handbook of endangered languages /

de Austin, Peter (edt.) ; Sallabank, Julia. (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XII-567 p.) : ill. ; 26 cm. Collection: Cambridge handbooks in language and linguistics Édition: Cambridge ; New York ; Melbourne [etc.] : Cambridge University Press, 2011; copyright 2011.ISBN: 9780521882156 (rel); 052188215X (rel); 9781107552449 (br).Contenu: It is generally agreed that about 7,000 languages are spoken across the world today and at least half may no longer be spoken by the end of this century. This state-of-the-art Handbook examines the reasons behind this dramatic loss of linguistic diversity, why it matters, and what can be done to document and support endangered languages. The volume is relevant not only to researchers in language endangerment, language shift and language death, but to anyone interested in the languages and cultures of the world. It is accessible both to specialists and non-specialists: researchers will find cutting-edge contributions from acknowledged experts in their fields, while students, activists and other interested readers will find a wealth of readable yet thorough and up-to-date informationIntroduction / Peter K. Austin and Julia Sallabank (p.1-24) -- Part I. Endangered Languages. Language ecology and endangerment / Lenore Grenoble (p.27-44) -- Speakers and communities / Colette Grinevald and Michel Bert (p.45-65) -- A Survey of language endangerment / David Bradley (p.66-77) -- Language contact and change in endangered languages / Carmel O'Shannessy (p.78-99) -- Structural aspects of language endangerment / Naomi Palosaari and Lyle Campbell (p.100-119) -- Language and culture / Lev Michael (p.120-140) -- Language and society / Bernard Spolsky (p.141-156) -- Part II. Language Documentation. Language documentation / Tony Woodbury (p.159-186) -- Speakers and language documentation / Lise Dobrin and Josh Berson (p.187-211) -- Data and language documentation / Jeff Good (p.212-234) -- Archiving and language documentation / Lisa Conathan (p.235-254) -- Digital archiving / David Nathan (p.255-273) -- Part III. Responses. Language policy for endangered languages / Julia Sallabank (p.277-290) -- Revitalization of endangered languages / Leanne Hinton (p.291-311) -- Orthography development / Friederike Lüpke (p.312-336) -- Lexicography in endangered language communities / Ulrike Mosel (p.337-353) -- Language curriculum design and evaluation for endangered languages / Serafin Coronel-Molina and Teresa McCarty (p.354-370) -- The role of information technology in supporting minority and endangered languages / Gary Holton (p.371-399) -- Part IV. Challenges. Endangered languages and economic development / Wayne Harbert (p.403-422) -- Researcher training and capacity development in language documentation / Anthony Jukes (p.423-445) -- New roles for endangered languages / Máiréad Moriarty (p.446-458) -- Planning a language-documentation project / Claire Bowern (p.459-482)Table des matières / Sommaire: 1. IntroductionPart I. Endangered Languages2. Language ecology and endangerment Lenore Grenoble3. Speakers and communities Colette Grinevald and Michel Bert4. Survey of endangered language situations around the world David Bradley5. Language contact and change in endangered languages Carmel O'Shannessy6. Structural aspects of language endangerment Naomi Palosaari and Lyle Campbell7. Language and culture Lev Michael8. Language and society Bernard SpolskyPart II. Language Documentation9. Language documentation Tony Woodbury10. Speakers and language documentation Lise Dobrin and Josh Berson11. Data and language documentation Jeff Good12. Archiving and language documentation Lisa Conathan13. Digital archiving David NathanPart III. Responses14. Language policy for endangered languages Julia Sallabank15. Revitalisation of endangered languages Leanne Hinton16. Orthography development Friederike Lüpke17. Lexicography in endangered language communities Ulrike Mosel18. Language curriculum design and evaluation for endangered languages Serafin Coronel-Molina and Teresa McCarty19. The role of information technology in supporting minority and endangered languages Gary HoltonPart IV. Challenges20. Endangered languages and economic development Wayne Harbert21. Researcher training and capacity development in language documentation Anthony Jukes22. New roles for endangered languages Máire;ad Moriarty23. Planning a language documentation project Claire BowernSujet RAMEAU: Langues Guides pratiques et mémentos | Langues menacées | Language obsolescence Handbooks, manuals, etc | Language and languages Handbooks, manuals, etcThématique: Linguistique, langues | Société, modes de vieThématique spécifique: Locuteur | Politique linguistique | Documentation | Langue en danger | Communauté | Minorité | Archives | Variation | Contact de languesType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord, Pays multiplesNote: Autre tirage : 2012, 2015.
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Autre tirage : 2012, 2015.

Bibliogr. p. 483-553. Notes bibliogr. en fin de contributions. Index.

It is generally agreed that about 7,000 languages are spoken across the world today and at least half may no longer be spoken by the end of this century. This state-of-the-art Handbook examines the reasons behind this dramatic loss of linguistic diversity, why it matters, and what can be done to document and support endangered languages. The volume is relevant not only to researchers in language endangerment, language shift and language death, but to anyone interested in the languages and cultures of the world. It is accessible both to specialists and non-specialists: researchers will find cutting-edge contributions from acknowledged experts in their fields, while students, activists and other interested readers will find a wealth of readable yet thorough and up-to-date information

Introduction / Peter K. Austin and Julia Sallabank (p.1-24) -- Part I. Endangered Languages. Language ecology and endangerment / Lenore Grenoble (p.27-44) -- Speakers and communities / Colette Grinevald and Michel Bert (p.45-65) -- A Survey of language endangerment / David Bradley (p.66-77) -- Language contact and change in endangered languages / Carmel O'Shannessy (p.78-99) -- Structural aspects of language endangerment / Naomi Palosaari and Lyle Campbell (p.100-119) -- Language and culture / Lev Michael (p.120-140) -- Language and society / Bernard Spolsky (p.141-156) -- Part II. Language Documentation. Language documentation / Tony Woodbury (p.159-186) -- Speakers and language documentation / Lise Dobrin and Josh Berson (p.187-211) -- Data and language documentation / Jeff Good (p.212-234) -- Archiving and language documentation / Lisa Conathan (p.235-254) -- Digital archiving / David Nathan (p.255-273) -- Part III. Responses. Language policy for endangered languages / Julia Sallabank (p.277-290) -- Revitalization of endangered languages / Leanne Hinton (p.291-311) -- Orthography development / Friederike Lüpke (p.312-336) -- Lexicography in endangered language communities / Ulrike Mosel (p.337-353) -- Language curriculum design and evaluation for endangered languages / Serafin Coronel-Molina and Teresa McCarty (p.354-370) -- The role of information technology in supporting minority and endangered languages / Gary Holton (p.371-399) -- Part IV. Challenges. Endangered languages and economic development / Wayne Harbert (p.403-422) -- Researcher training and capacity development in language documentation / Anthony Jukes (p.423-445) -- New roles for endangered languages / Máiréad Moriarty (p.446-458) -- Planning a language-documentation project / Claire Bowern (p.459-482)

1. Introduction Part I. Endangered Languages 2. Language ecology and endangerment Lenore Grenoble 3. Speakers and communities Colette Grinevald and Michel Bert 4. Survey of endangered language situations around the world David Bradley 5. Language contact and change in endangered languages Carmel O'Shannessy 6. Structural aspects of language endangerment Naomi Palosaari and Lyle Campbell 7. Language and culture Lev Michael 8. Language and society Bernard Spolsky Part II. Language Documentation 9. Language documentation Tony Woodbury 10. Speakers and language documentation Lise Dobrin and Josh Berson 11. Data and language documentation Jeff Good 12. Archiving and language documentation Lisa Conathan 13. Digital archiving David Nathan Part III. Responses 14. Language policy for endangered languages Julia Sallabank 15. Revitalisation of endangered languages Leanne Hinton 16. Orthography development Friederike Lüpke 17. Lexicography in endangered language communities Ulrike Mosel 18. Language curriculum design and evaluation for endangered languages Serafin Coronel-Molina and Teresa McCarty 19. The role of information technology in supporting minority and endangered languages Gary Holton Part IV. Challenges 20. Endangered languages and economic development Wayne Harbert 21. Researcher training and capacity development in language documentation Anthony Jukes 22. New roles for endangered languages Máire;ad Moriarty 23. Planning a language documentation project Claire Bowern

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