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- CONTENTS Preface Acknowledgements How to use the Reader INTRODUCTION Dimensions of bilingualism LI WEI Notes for students and instructors PART ONE SOCIOLINGUISTIC DIMENSIONS OF BILINGUALISM Introduction to Part One LANGUAGE CHOICE 1 Diglossia CHARLES A.FERGUSON 2 Bilingualism with and without diglossia; diglossia with and without bilingualism JOSHUA A.FISHMAN Postscript to Chapter 2 3 Who speaks what language to whom and when? JOSHUA A.FISHMAN Postscript to Chapter 3 Notes for students and instructors BILINGUAL INTERACTION 4 Social meaning in linguistic structure: codeA-- switching in Norway JAN-PETTER BLOM AND JOHN J.GUMPERZ Postscript to Chapter 4 5 Code-switching as indexical of social negotiations CAROL MYERS-SCOTTON Postscript to Chapter 5 6 A conversation analytic approach to code-switching and transfer PETER AUER Postscript to Chapter 6 7. A two-step sociolinguistic analysis of code-switching and language choice: the example of a bilingual Chinese community in Britain LI WEI, LESLEY MILROY AND PONG SIN CHING Postscript to Chapter 7 Notes for students and instructors IDENITY AND IDEOLOGY 8 Code-switching and the politics of language MONICA HELLER Postscript to Chapter 8 9. Language crossing and the problematisation of ethnicity and socialisation BEN RAMPTON Postscript to Chapter 9 Notes for students and instructors PART TWO LINGUISTIC DIMENSIONS OF BILINGUALISM Introduction to Part Two GRAMMAR OF CODE-SWITCHING 10 Sometimes I'll start a sentence in Spanish y termina en espanol: toward a typology of code-switching SHANA POPLACK Postscript to Chapter 10 11 Matching lemmas in a bilingual language competence and production model: evidence from intrasentential code-switching CAROL MYERS-SCOTTONJANICE L.JAKE Postscript to Chapter 11 12 Code-switching and grammatical theory PIETER MUYSKEN Postscript to Chapter 12 Notes for students and instructors BILINGUAL ACQUISITION 13 The acquisition and development of language by bilingual children VIRGINIA VOLTERRA AND TRAUTE TAESCHNER Postscript to Chapter 13 14 Early bilingual language development: one language or two? FRED GENESEE Postscript to Chapter 14 15 Code-switching in young bilingual children: The acquisition of grammatical constraints JA RGEN M.MEISEL Notes for students and instructors PART THREE PSYCHOLINGUISTIC AND NEUROLINGUISTIC DIMENSIONS OF BILINGUALISM Introduction to Part Three BILINGUAL PROCESSING 16 Control, activation, and resource: a framework and a model for the control of speech in bilinguals DAVID W.GREEN Postscript to Chapter 16 17 A bilingual production model: Levelt's 'speaking' model adapted KEES DE BOT Postscript to Chapter 17 18 Lexical and conceptual memory in the bilingual: mapping form to meaning in two languages JUDITH F. KROLL AND ANNETTE M.B.DE GROOT Postscript to Chapter 18 19 The bilingual's language modes FRANA OIS GROSJEAN Notes for students and instructors THE BILINGUAL BRAIN 20 Cerebral lateralization in bilinguals: methodological issues LORAINE K.OBLERROBERT J.ZATORRELINDA GALLOWAYJYOTSNA VAID Postscript to Chapter 20 21 Language lateralization in bilinguals: enough already! MICHEL PARADIS Postscript to Chapter 21 22 The bilingual brain as revealed by functional neuroimaging JUBIN ABUTALEBI, STEFANO F. CAPPA AND DANIELA PERANI Postscript to Chapter 22 Notes for students and instructors CONCLUSION Methodological issues in the study of bilingualism LI WEI Notes for students and instructors Resource list Glossary Bibliography Index
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