Indigenous language use and change in the Americas

Auteur(s) : McCarty, Teresa L. (Éd.)
Zepeda, Ofelia (Éd.)
Description matérielle : iv-208 p. : cartes, tableaux ; 23 cm.Publication : Berlin : Mouton de Gruyter, 1988Cote : N.489ISSN: 0165-2516.Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres.
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Introduction / McCarty, Teresa L. et Zepeda, Ofelia --

The native language is a gift: a Hualapai language autobiography / Watahomigie, Lucille J. --

The condition of Native North American languages: the need for realistic assessment and action Krauss, Michael --

l maintained a strong belief in my language and culture: a Navajo language autobiography / Sells Dick, Galena --

Schooling, resistance, and American Indian languages / McCarty, Teresa L. --

The parents have to do their part: a Tohono O'odham language autobiography / Lopez, Daniel --

Voices in the desert: contemporary approaches to language maintenance and survival of an ancient language, Tohono O'odham / Zepeda, Ofelia --

Our language and us: why we switched to English — a conversation between two Euchee Speakers / Linn, Mary, Berardo, Marcellino et Yamamoto, Akira Y. --

Creating language teams in Oklahoma Native American communities / Linn, Mary, Berardo, Marcellino et Yamamoto, Akira Y. --

Why have I not forgotten my language? A Yowlumne language autobiography / Vera, Agnes --

Language loss and revitalization in California: overview / Hinton, Leanne --

Community-based efforts to preserve native languages: a descriptive study of the Karuk Tribe of northern California / Sims, Christine P. --

Four Hawaiian language autobiographies / Maka'ai, Iokepa, Kaleiokalani, Shintani, Jr., Cabral, Jason et Wilson, Kelithoalani Kamana --

l ka 'õlelo Hawai'i ke ola, 'Life is found in the Hawaiian language' / Wilson, William H. --

Lengua y pensamiento: autobiografía de la lengua opoluca / Gutiérrez Morales, Salomé --

Derechos lingüísticos de los pueblos indígenas de México / Sitton, Salmón Nahmad --

All that is lost: a Mexicano language autobiography / Márquez de Santa Barbara, Francisco --

Don Francisco Márquez survives: a meditation on monolingualism / Hill, Jane H. --

If our language is lost, we are going to be nothing: an Ulwa language autobiography / Knight Julián, Leonzo --

Ulwa, the language of Karawala, eastern Nicaragua: its position and prospects in modern Nicaragua / Green, Thomas et Hale, Kenneth.

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