Contact and Ideology in a Multilingual Community - Yiddish and Hebrew Among the Ultra-Orthodox.pdf

Contact and Ideology in a Multilingual Community - Yiddish and Hebrew Among the Ultra-Orthodox

Dalit Assouline

This book presents the role of ideology in language contact situations and the scope of its influence on linguistic behavior. It will also provide an important addition to the field of Yiddish linguistics. This series offers a wide forum for work on contact linguistics, using an integrated approach to both diachronic and synchronic manifestations of contact, ranging from social and individual aspects to structural-typological issues. Topics covered by the series include child and adult bilingualism and multilingualism, contact languages, borrowing and contact-induced typological change, code switching in conversation, societal multilingualism, bilingual language processing, and various other topics related to language contact. The series does not have a fixed theoretical orientation, and includes contributions from a variety of approaches.

04/05/2017 · Combining quantitative and qualitative measures, we focused on the Habad community—a Jewish ultra-Orthodox (UO) minority in Israel—exploring its LEP and community attitudes toward languages meaningful to them—Hebrew, Loshen Koydesh, Yiddish and English. Our analysis revealed varying views concerning the main languages associated with their actual and symbolic functions and …

9.74 MB Taille du fichier
9781501514401 ISBN
Libre PRIX
Contact and Ideology in a Multilingual Community - Yiddish and Hebrew Among the Ultra-Orthodox.pdf


PC et Mac

Lisez l'eBook immédiatement après l'avoir téléchargé via "Lire maintenant" dans votre navigateur ou avec le logiciel de lecture gratuit Adobe Digital Editions.

iOS & Android

Pour tablettes et smartphones: notre application de lecture tolino gratuite

eBook Reader

Téléchargez l'eBook directement sur le lecteur dans la boutique ou transférez-le avec le logiciel gratuit Sony READER FOR PC / Mac ou Adobe Digital Editions.


Après la synchronisation automatique, ouvrez le livre électronique sur le lecteur ou transférez-le manuellement sur votre appareil tolino à l'aide du logiciel gratuit Adobe Digital Editions.

Notes actuelles

Sofya Voigtuh

Yiddish : retrouvez tous les livres de la catégorie Yiddish sur - Langues d'Europe de l'Est - Livres

Mattio Müllers

By contrast, among the scholars in Jerusalem (formerly led by Ch. Shmeruk and his student Ch. Turniansky, and now continued by S. Zfatman) a different methodological perspective has been developed, which mainly stresses the internal Jewish context of the works in Old Yiddish literature and the close relations with Hebrew works of the same period, a contact whose most noticeable …

Noels Schulzen

48: Contact and Ideology in a Multilingual Community: Yiddish and Hebrew Among the Ultra-Orthodox by Dalit Assouline * Nonfiction abt bilingualism & code-switching * Spouseperson has this for work, but it looks good for free time reading, so I'll try! :D Yiddish Literature - Jewish Virtual Library

Jason Leghmann

The chapter characterizes Modern Hebrew as having developed in a highly multilingual setting. This evolved, initially, from a century of Jewish immigrations starting in the 1880s, bringing languages from Europe, the Balkans, the Middle East, and North Africa. Subsequently, late 20th-century immigrations from the former Soviet Union and Ethiopia and an influx of global languages further

Jessica Kolhmann

Among their topics are apocrypha on Jesus' life in the early Islamic milieu: from Syriac into Arabic, Samaritan Bible exegesis and its significance for Judeo-Arabic studies, aspects of Abraham Maimuni's attitude towards Christians in his commentary on Genesis 36, geographica neotestamentica: adapting place names in Arabic in an Andalusi version of the Gospel of Mark, and a newly discovered