Language Attitudes and Identities in Multilingual China

Language Attitudes and Identities in Multilingual China

A Linguistic Ethnography

Liang, Sihua

Springer International Publishing AG






15 a 20 dias

These in-depth case studies provide novel insights in to the fast-changing language situation in multilingual China, and how it changes the meanings of language identity and language learning.
Part I. Introduction: Sociocultural and Sociolinguistic Backgrounds.- 1. Dialect Issues in Multilingual China: A Dog that has Barked.- 2. The Polictics and Sociolinguistics of Chinese Dialects.- Part II. Conceptual and Methodological Frameworks.- 3. Researching Language Attitudes in Multilingual China.- Part III. Becoming Members of a Multidialectal City.- 4. "Mother Tongues" of a Multidialectal City.- 5. Language Socialisation in Multidialectal Households: A Case Study.- 6. Translanguaging Practices in Multidialectal Groups.- Part IV. Putonghua and Regional Dialects at School.- 7. Language Socialisation in Educational Institutions.- 8. Teachers' Attitude Towards Dialects in School.- Part V. Discussion and Reflection.- 9. Problematizing the Monolingual Norm in a Multidialectal City.- 10. Schools in the Era of Multilingualism.- 11. Language Attitudes in Heteroglossia: Methodological Reflections.- Appendix one: The Students' Profiles.- Appendix two: The Schools and the Teachers' Profiles.- Index
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