Papers on language endangerment and the maintenance of linguistic diversity / edited by Jonathan David Bobaljik, Rob Pensalfini and Luciana Storto.

By: Bobaljik, Jonathan David
Contributor(s): Pensalfini, Rob | Storto, Luciana | Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Linguistics
Language: English Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT, 1996.Description: iii, 238p. : tables ; 24cm.
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Preliminary bibl. on language endangerment and preservation: p.183-238. - Contents: Introduction / J. Bobaljik, R. Pensalfini; Can senior secondary studies help to maintain and strengthen Australia's indigenous languages? / Antonio Mercurio, Rob Amery; The Ulwa language wakes up / Thomas Green; A report on language endangerment in Brazil / L. Storto; Modern Irish / Andrew Carnie; Explaining and reversing the failure of the Irish language revival / P. Slomanson; Universal grammar and the roots of linguistic diversity / Ken Hale; Language endangerment and the non-indigenous minority languages in the UK / Mahendra K. Verma; Policy statement: the need for the documentation of linguistic diversity / Linguistic society of America.