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ERIC Number: ED104133
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 350
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Bilingualism in the Southwest.
Turner, Paul R., Ed.
This book is intended to encourage interdisciplinary exchange of ideas and cooperation in the study of bilingualism. To this end, those who contributed the articles collected here belong to several disciplines: anthropology, education, English, linguistics, sociology and Spanish. The book is divided into three parts: (1) Mexican-Americans, (2) American Indians, and (3) suggestions for further research. Parts one and two contain articles on assumptions and methods, language resources and development, and cultural and linguistic interactions. The following authors contributed the articles in the first part: (1) R. Kjolseth, (2) R. N. Campbell, (3) C. C. Christian, Jr., (4) C. Olstad, (5) R. J. Cornejo, (6) R. W. Young, (7) C. Robinson, and (8) L. H. Coltharp. The articles in the second part were written by: (1) R. Wilson, (2) E. Willink, (3) W. Holm, (4) K. Hale, (5) A. Holm, W. Holm and B. Spolsky, (6) M. J. Cook, (7) M. Mathiot, (8) W. L. Leap, and (9) C. G. Barber. J. Ornstein contributed the article that constitutes the third section. (PMP)
University of Arizona Press, Box 3398, Tucson, Arizona 85722 (paperback $7.45)
Publication Type: Books
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