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Editors: Quynh Lê and Thao Lê (University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia)
Book Description:
The world is becoming more and more intricately multidimensional, both culturally and linguistically. Language is so deeply embedded in culture that cultural identity is defined to a great extent in terms of language. Based on this premise, the loss of one’s language contributes to the loss of one’s culture. This is the reason it is essential to maintain one’s linguistic integrity in order to protect one’s cultural identity. This new book captures the fundamental concepts and issues raised in this context. (Imprint: Nova Press)

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Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-vii

Part I: Linguistic Diversity and Cultural Identity pp. 1-2

Chapter 1. English and its Role in Hong Kong Cultural Identity
(Sivanes Phillipson, Michelle R. Raquel and Jan C. Gube) pp. 32-14

Chapter 2. Maritime English – The Need to Bridge Linguistic and Cultural Barriers in the International Shipping Industry
(Ulf Schriever)pp. 15-24

Chapter 3. Investigating Identities through Language Use: A Perspective of Discourse Analysis
(Yongming Shi, Si Fan and Thao Lê)pp. 25-34

Chapter 4. Gendered Japanese: A Synchronic Look at Contemporary ‘Joseego’
(Barry Kavanagh)pp. 35-50

Chapter 5. The Study of Cultural Identity in China English
(Jingxia Liu and Thao Lê)pp. 51-58

Chapter 6. Is Cultural Capital a Catalyst for Better Career Prospects? A Case Study
(Ruth M. H. Wong)pp. 59-68

Chapter 7. Us and Them in the Sun: Creating a Reader “Community” through Role Modelling
(Thomas Hawes 69-78

Part II: Language Maintenance in a Global Context pp.79-80

Chapter 8. From Mother-Tongue Nationalism to Plurilingual European Citizens - The Case of Turkey
(Ilknur Pekkanli) pp. 81-92

Chapter 9. What Room Left for Reunion Creole? Linguistic Monopoly, Identity and Representation
(Florence Dupré)pp. 93-104

Chapter 10. German Language Maintenance and Shift: The Case of Columbus, Ohio
(Kenneth J. Fasching-Varner)pp. 105-116

Chapter 11. An Investigation of Individual Networks of Linguistic Contact among Vietnamese Origin Children in Australia
(Thi Minh Phuong Nguyen and Quynh Lê)pp. 117-128

Chapter 12. The Language Rights of Indigenous Languages: An Approach to Maintaining Indonesia’s Linguistic and Cultural Diversity
(Handoyo Puji Widodo and Aan Erlyana Fardhani pp. 129-140

Chapter 13. The Future of Low German – Results from a Sociolinguistic Field Study
(Heiko Wiggers) pp. 141-156

Chapter 14. Preserving One's Mother Tongue: Second and Third Generation Native Language Loss in Immigrant Families
(Brian O'Sullivan)pp. 157-166

Part lll. Aspects Of Emotion, Self-Concept and Identity pp.167-168

Chapter 15. Vietnamese Person Reference System as an Appraisal Resource
(Thu Thi Bich Ngo and Len Unsworth)pp. 169-188

Chapter 16. The Significance of the Pan-Cultural Factors of Self-Concept, Friendship, and Emotional Development on Students’ Learning and Identity
(Ian Hay and Nathan Simmons)pp. 189-198

Chapter 17. Linguistic Shock: A Challenge to Language Learning
(Si Fan, Yongming Shi and Thao Lê)pp. 199-206

Chapter 18. Rap Music: Language, Culture and Identity
(Yang Yang, Sun Hee Jang and Hoang Boi Nguyen)pp. 207-216

Chapter 19. Music And Empowerment: Educational And Cultural Perspectives
(Mark Huy Lê)pp. 217-226

Chapter 20. Impoliteness and Face: The Pragmatics of Insulting in Cameroon Pidgin English
(Joseph Nkwain and Thao Lê)pp. 227-238

Chapter 21. International Students in a New Cultural Environment
(Yun Yue and Quynh Lê)pp. 239-246

Part IV: Socio-Cultural Accommodation In Language Learning pp.247-248

Chapter 22. Global Migration: Linguistic and Social Challenges
(Robert MacLeod and Quynh Lê)pp. 249-258

Chapter 23. English Language Teaching Materials and Learners’ Cultural Identity
(Sasan Baleghizadeh)pp. 259-272

Chapter 24. A Critical Perspective on the Representation of Racial Identities in Business English Course Books
(Sarah Bedford)pp. 273-282

Chapter 25. How to Research Street Kids? Methodological Considerations
(Mark Huy Lê)pp. 283-288

Chapter 26. English as a Powerful Foreign Language in Vietnam
(Hoang Boi Nguyen and Thao Lê)pp. 289-300

Notes on the authors pp.301-312

Index pp.313-328

   Series:
      Focus on Civilizations and Cultures
      Languages and Linguistics
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 335
   ISBN: 978-1-61209-602-5
   Status: AV
  
Status Code Description
AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
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