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Language Socialization in Bilingual and Multilingual Societies
Edited by Robert Bayley and Sandra R. Schecter
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Robert Bayley is Professor of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where he specializes in sociolinguistics and second language acquisition. He is co-author of Sociolinguistic Variation in American Sign Language (Gallaudet UP, 2001) and Language as Cultural Practice (Erlbaum, 2002). Sandra R. Schecter is Associate Professor of Education and Women's Studies at York University in Toronto, where she teaches courses in language pedagogy, communication and research methods. An ethnolinguist, she is co-author of Language as Cultural Practice (Erlbaum, 2002) and co-editor of On Becoming a Language Educator (Erlbaum, 1997).
Part 1 Language socialization at home: transforming perspectives on bilingual language socialization, L Pease-Alvarez; family language policy and gender socialization in bilingual Aymara households, A Luykx; collaborative literacy in a Mexican immigrant household, M de la Piedra and H Romo; growing up trilingual in Montreal, P Lamarre and J Rossell Paredes. Part 2 Language socialization at school: representational practices and multi-modal communication in US high schools, L Harklau; engaging in an authentic science project, Kim Marie Cole and J Zuengler; interrupted by silences - the contemporary education of Hong-Kong born Chinese Canadians, G Pon, T Goldstein and SR Schecter; novices and their speech rules in Chinese heritage language classes, A Weiyun He; language socialization and dys-socialization in a Southern Indian college, D Atkinson. Part 3 Language socialization in communities and peer groups: language socialization and second language acquisition in a multilingual arctic Quebec community, D Patrick; forming a Hungarian identity in eastern Slovakia through joint (inter)action, J Langman; multiliteracies in Springvale, H Lotherington; terms of desire - are there lesbians in Egypt?, D Khayatt. Part 4 Language socialization in the workplace: language dynamics in the bi- and multilingual workplace, C McAll; back to school - learning practices in a job retraining community, J Sinclair Bell; bilingualism and standardization in a Canadian call centre, S Roy.