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By Ingrid Piller

ISBN-10: 158811287X

ISBN-13: 9781588112873

This sociolinguistic research of the linguistic practices of bilingual describes the stipulations, procedures and result of deepest language touch. it truly is according to a special corpus of greater than 20 hours of non-public conversations among companions in bilingual marriages. including to its breadth of insurance, those inner most conversations are supplemented with greater public discourses approximately foreign couplehood. the amount therefore bargains a corpus-driven research of the ways that ideologies of gender, nationality and immigration mediate linguistic performances in deepest cross-cultural conversation. the writer embraces social-constructionist, feminist and postmodern techniques to moment language studying, multilingualism and cross-cultural conversation. not like different titles within the box that have concentrated virtually solely at the socialization of bilingual young ones, this booklet explores what it potential to one's experience of self to develop into socialized right into a moment language and tradition as a overdue bilingual.

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The learning of Tunisian Arabic carries both benefits and disadvantages: it is beneficial because it is often the only language their female in-laws speak and the women of a family spend a considerable amount of time together. On the other hand, it is disadvantageous because the husbands may feel ambivalent about their Western wives and discourage them from learning Tunisian Arabic. They sometimes feel their wives sound stupid if they speak the local language or they feel that their Western “trophy wife” loses her symbolic value if she integrates too well.

17 (35) What we know dual-linguality, a pattern in which each partner uses their L1 and receives the partner’s L1 in response, is a language pattern that expresses the couple’s duality very well and has excellent language maintenance results in a community where it is widely practiced, the Tucanoan. However in other communities this may not be an option if the partners do not even think of such a strategy, or if the wider community evaluates such a dual-lingual pattern negatively. Next, identities and ideologies are crucial to an understanding of the relationship between intermarriage and language choice.

Does one or do both partners enter the relationship as bilinguals? Or do they only become bilingual as a result of their relationship? In the latter case, there may not be much of a choice, and the couple may actually choose the minority language over the majority language, as is the case with most AmericanJapanese couples in Japan. 17 (35) What we know dual-linguality, a pattern in which each partner uses their L1 and receives the partner’s L1 in response, is a language pattern that expresses the couple’s duality very well and has excellent language maintenance results in a community where it is widely practiced, the Tucanoan.

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