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Key Concepts in Bilingualism

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Arranged alphabetically, this accessible glossary provides a quick source of reference for a range of readers, from students of linguistics to educators who need help navigating the vocabulary of Bilingualism....

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Arranged alphabetically, this accessible glossary provides a quick source of reference for a range of readers, from students of linguistics to educators who need help navigating the vocabulary of Bilingualism. Cross-referenced throughout, this guide considers a range of concepts that relate to the interdisciplinary nature of the field.

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An accessible reference and study aid for undergraduate students with no prior linguistic knowledge?


Covers a large, interdisciplinary field, looking at important issues such as the impact of bilingual communities on contemporary society

Preface
The Key Concepts
References
Index.

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FREDRIC FIELD is Professor of English at California State University, Northridge, USA, and a Visiting Scientist at the Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Psychology in Leipzig, Germany. His specializations include Language Acquisition and Bilingualism and he is the author of Linguistic Borrowing in Bilingual Contexts.

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FREDRIC FIELD is Professor of English at California State University, Northridge, USA, and a Visiting Scientist at the Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Psychology in Leipzig, Germany. His specializations include Language Acquisition and Bilingualism and he is the author of Linguistic Borrowing in Bilingual Contexts.

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