Linguistic Ecology: Language Change and Linguistic Imperialism in the Pacific Region

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Index

a
Aarsleff, H. 9
Abas, H. 207 -8
Abel, G. 35
Abelam 16
Aboriginal Australia 32 , 33 , 53 , 61 -2, 63 , 83 , 210 ;
development of new urban Koines 70 ;
social structuring 27 ;
two-way schools 265 -6
Aboriginal Australian languages 51 , 59 , 272 , 283 ;
history of literacy 230 -3;
language suicide 313 ;
and reversing language shift 316 -18
Aboriginal Pidgin English 95
Abu 82
accommodation theories 314 -16, 331
acrolect 70
addressees, and hearers 64 -5
addresser, changes in rights 63 -4
Adler, M.K. 86
Africa 2 , 95 , 279 , 320 , 327
Alexishafen 157 , 159
Ali Island 157
Alisjahbana, S.T. 179 -81, 197 , 203 -4, 206
Alkire,W.H. 105 -6, 107
Amara 39
Amazon 272
Ambon 178
Amele 151
America:
North 17 , 281 ;
South and Central 167 , 273
American Indian languages 25 -6, 272 , 281 , 290
Americanization 108
Anderson, B.R. 37
Anderson, E.A. 205 -6
Anêm 36 , 39 , 43 , 47 , 295
Anindilyakwa 70
anthropology 25 , 104
Aotearoa see New Zealand
Arab Muslims, in Portugal 77
Arantic language family of Australia 42
Araucan 113
ArhÉ 303
Aria 36 , 47
Armstrong 251 -2
Arthur, C. 310
artificial languages 197
assimilation policies 61 , 117 , 210 , 316 , 337 ;
and attempts to impose monolingualism 242 ;
and bilingual education 264 ;
and imposition of metropolitan languages 245 -58
Atlas of Languages of Intercultural Communication in the Pacific Hemisphere41 , 104
atomism 49 - 50 , 51
Atoni, T. 242 -3
attitudes 4 ;
mainstream 315 -16;
of missions towards pidgins and creoles 153 -64;
negative towards indigenous languages 107 , 116 -17;
towards pidgins 86 - 92
attrition:
language 281 ;
problem recognition 269 -70;
theories of 269
audiovisual language courses for soldiers 335
Aufinger, A. 16
Austin, P. 231
Australia 25 , 144 , 174 , 175 ;
bilingual migrant education in 261 -4;

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