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ERIC Number: EJ1232679
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2019-Nov
Pages: 17
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ISSN: ISSN-1568-4555
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'New Speakers' and Language Policy Research: Thematic and Theoretical Contributions to the Field
Darquennes, Jeroen; Soler, Josep
Language Policy, v18 n4 p475-491 Nov 2019
In this article, we reflect on the extent to which 'new speaker' research feeds into recent theoretical discussions in language policy scholarship, especially in connection to the discursive and ethnographically oriented perspectives which of late have become increasingly prominent. We begin with a brief overview of the 'new speaker' concept, its theoretical and empirical origins, and then we situate the discussions on 'new speakers' against the background of traditional language policy research. Thereafter the bulk of the article is dedicated to developing two main arguments: first, we provide an overview of the language policy themes that are already present in 'new speaker' research; and secondly, we elaborate on how 'new speaker' studies can contribute to current discussions in the field of language policy. We conclude with a short overview of future research directions that, in our view, can strengthen the link and the mutual benefits of the connection between 'new speaker' and language policy scholarship.
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Language: English
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