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International Journal of the Sociology of Language
Founded by Fishman, Joshua A.
Ed. by Garcia Otheguy, Ofelia
6 Issues per year
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- Language choice in a multilingual society: the case of the Philippines by HIDALGO, CESAR A.
- New speakers of minority languages: the challenging opportunity – Foreword by O'Rourke, Bernadette/ Pujolar, Joan and Ramallo, Fernando
- New speakers of Irish: shifting boundaries across time and space by O'Rourke, Bernadette and Walsh, John
- Linguistic identity among new speakers of Basque by Ortega, Ane/ Urla, Jacqueline/ Amorrortu, Estibaliz/ Goirigolzarri, Jone and Uranga, Belen
- Signaling and preventing misunderstanding in English as lingua franca communication by Mauranen, Anna
- Sociolinguistic vitality of Manx after extreme language shift: authenticity without traditional native speakers by Ó hIfearnáin, Tadhg
- Linguistic mudes: how to become a new speaker in Catalonia by Pujolar, Joan and Puigdevall, Maite
- The “new” and “traditional” speaker dichotomy: bridging the gap by Hornsby, Michael
- Defining the new speaker: theoretical perspectives and learner trajectories by Jaffe, Alexandra
- Representations of women in Moroccan Arabic and Berber proverbs by Ennaji, Moha
- New speakers, new language: on being a legitimate speaker of a minority language in Provence by Costa, James
- Neofalantes as an active minority: understanding language practices and motivations for change amongst new speakers of Galician by O'Rourke, Bernadette and Ramallo, Fernando
- Taking Queer Linguistics further: sociolinguistics and critical heteronormativity research by Motschenbacher, Heiko
- Conceptual and theoretical perspectives in language planning and policy: situating the ethnography of language policy by Johnson, David Cassels and Ricento, Thomas
- Code-switching studies in the Philippines by BAUTISTA, MARIA LOURDES S.
- Multilingual writing: a reader-oriented typology — with examples from Lira Municipality (Uganda) by Reh, Mechthild
Volume 132, Issue 1 (Jan 1998)
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- Issue 224 (Nov 2013) , pp. 1-227
- Issue 223 (Sep 2013) , pp. 1-192
Breton: The Postvernac...
- Issue 222 (Jul 2013) , pp. 1-216
Migration, Language Ma...
- Issue 221 (May 2013) , pp. 1-167
Language Competition a...
- Issue 220 (Mar 2013) , pp. 1-177
Religion and Language
- Issue 219 (Jan 2013) , pp. 1-160
Ethnography of Languag...
Volume 2012 (2012)
- Issue 218 (Nov 2012) , pp. 1-223
- Issue 217 (Sep 2012) , pp. 1-218
The Kurdish Linguistic...
- Issue 216 (Jul 2012) , pp. 1-204
Language and the Inter...
- Issue 215 (May 2012) , pp. 1-182
The Contact between Pu...
- Issue 214 (Mar 2012) , pp. 1-189
Language use in Melanesia
- Issue 213 (Jan 2012) , pp. 1-262
Volume 2011 (2011)
- Issue 212 (Nov 2011) , pp. 1-209
Untrodden Paths in Lin...
- Issue 211 (Sep 2011) , pp. 1-171
The Sociolinguistics o...
- Issue 210 (Jul 2011) , pp. 1-137
- Issue 209 (May 2011) , pp. 1-155
The Many Faces of Lang...
- Issue 208 (Mar 2011) , pp. 1-169
Affective Aspects of S...
- Issue 207 (Feb 2011) , pp. 1-180
Translators and Interp...
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- The native language is a gift: a Hualapai language autobiography
- The condition of Native North American languages: the need for realistic assessment and action
- l maintained a strong belief in my language and culture: a Navajo language autobiography
- Schooling, resistance, and American Indian languages
- The parents have to do their part: a Tohono O'odham language autobiography
- Voices in the desert: contemporary approaches to language maintenance and survival of an ancient language, Tohono O'odham
- Our language and us: why we switched to English — a conversation between two Euchee Speakers
- Creating language teams in Oklahoma Native American communities
- Why have I not forgotten my language? A Yowlumne language autobiography
- Language loss and revitalization in California: overview
- Community-based efforts to preserve native languages: a descriptive study of the Karuk Tribe of northern California
- Four Hawaiian language autobiographies
- l ka 'õlelo Hawai'i ke ola, 'Life is found in the Hawaiian language'
- Lengua y pensamiento: autobiograffa de la lengua popoluca
- Derechos lingüísticos de los pueblos indígenas de México
- All that is lost: a Mexicano language autobiography
- Don Francisco Márquez survives: a meditation on monolingualism
- If our language is lost, we are going to be nothing: an Ulwa language autobiography
- Ulwa, the language of Karawala, eastern Nicaragua: its position and prospects in modern Nicaragua
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