Über den Autor
Tej K. Bhatia is Professor of Linguistics and Director of South Asian Languages at Syracuse University. He is a recipient of the Chancellor's Citation Award for excellence in research. He has published a number of books, articles and book chapters in the areas of bilingualism, multiculturalism, media discourse, socio- and psycho-linguistics, and the structure and typology of English and South Asian languages. Publications include Colloquial Urdu: The Complete Course for Beginners (2000), Colloquial Hindi: The Complete Course for Beginners, 2nd Edition (2007), Advertising and Marketing in Rural India, 2nd Edition (2007), and The New Handbook of Second Language Acquisition (co-edited with William C. Ritchie, 2009).rnWilliam C. Ritchie is Associate Professor of Linguistics at Syracuse University, where he teaches courses in general linguistics and second-language acquisition. His publications include an edited volume entitled Second Language Acquisition Research: Issues and Implications (1978). He has co-edited four handbooks with Tej K. Bhatia, including Handbook of Child Language Acquisition (1999).
Acknowledgments xirnContributors xiirnIntroduction xxinTej K. Bhatia and William C. RitchiernPart I Overview and Foundations 1rnIntroduction 3nTej K. Bhatiarn1 Bilingualism and Multilingualism: Some Central Concepts 5nJohn Edwardsrn2 Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Bilingualism and Multilingualism Research 26nLi WeirnPart II Neurological and Psychological Aspects of Bilingualism and Multilingualism 53rnIntroduction 55nWilliam C. RitchiernThe Neurology of Bilingualism and Multilingualism 59rn3 Bilingual Aphasia: Theoretical and Clinical Considerations 61nElizabeth Ijalba, Loraine K. Obler, and Shyamala ChengapparnApproaches to Bilingualism, Multilingualism, and Second-Language Acquisition 85rn4 The Bilingual Child 87nLudovica Serratricern5 Bilingualism/Multilingualism and Second-Language Acquisition 109nYuko Goto Butlerrn6 Multilingualism: New Perspectives on Syntactic Development 137nÉva Berkes and Suzanne Flynnrn7 Bilingualism and the Heritage Language Speaker 168nSilvina MontrulrnBilingual and Multilingual Language Use: Knowledge, Comprehension, and Production 191rn8 Two Linguistic Systems in Contact: Grammar, Phonology, and Lexicon 193nPieter Muyskenrn9 The Comprehension of Words and Sentences in Two Languages 216nJudith F. Kroll and Paola E. Dussiasrn10 An Appraisal of the Bilingual Language Production System: Quantitatively or Qualitatively Different from Monolinguals? 244nElin Runnqvist, Ian FitzPatrick, Kristof Strijkers, and Albert CostarnBilingualism and Multilingualism: Memory, Cognition, and Emotion 267rn11 Bilingual Memory 269nRoberto R. Heredia and Jeffrey M. Brownrn12 Bilingualism and Emotion: Implications for Mental Health 292nInes Martinovic and Jeanette AltarribarnThe Bilingual's and Multilingual's Repertoire: Code-Mixing, Code-Switching, and Communication Accommodation 321rn13 Code-Switching and Grammatical Theory 323nJeff MacSwanrn14 Sign Language-Spoken Language Bilingualism and the Derivation of Bimodally Mixed Sentences 351nGerald P. Berentrn15 Social and Psychological Factors in Language Mixing 375nWilliam C. Ritchie and Tej K. Bhatiarn16 Accommodating Multilinguality 391nItesh Sachdev, Howard Giles, and Anne Pauwelsrn17 Bilingualism and Gesture 417nMarianne GullbergrnPart III Societal Bilingualism/Multilingualism and its Effects 439rnIntroduction 441nTej K. BhatiarnLanguage Contact, Maintenance, and Endangerment 443rn18 The Bilingual and Multilingual Community 445nSuzanne Romainern19 Language Maintenance, Language Shift, and Reversing Language Shift 466nJoshua A. Fishmanrn20 Linguistic Imperialism and Endangered Languages 495nRobert Phillipson and Tove Skutnabb-Kangasrn21 Multilingualism, Indigenization, and Creolization 517nJeff Siegelrn22 Multilingualism and Family Welfare 542nXiao-Lei WangrnBilingualism and Multilingualism: The Media, Education, Literacy, and the Law 563rn23 Bilingualism and Multilingualism in the Global Media and Advertising 565nTej K. Bhatia and William C. Ritchiern24 Bilingual Education 598nWayne E. Wrightrn25 The Impact of Bilingualism on Language and Literacy Development 624nEllen Bialystokrn26 Bilingualism and Writing Systems 649nBenedetta Bassettirn27 Multilingualism and Forensic Linguistics 671nTej K. Bhatia and William C. RitchiernPart IV Global Perspectives and Challenges: Case Studies 701rnIntroduction 703nWilliam C. Ritchiern28 Bilingualism and Multilingualism in North America 707nWilliam F. Mackeyrn29 Bilingualism in Latin America 725nAnna María Escobarrn30 Bilingualism in Europe 745nAndrée Tabouret-Kellerrn31 Turkish as an Immigrant Language in Europe 770nAd Backusrn32 Multilingualism in Southern Africa 791nNkonko M. Kamwangamalurn33 Multilingualism in Greater China and the Chinese Language Diaspora 813nSherman Lee and David C. S. Lirn34 Bilingualism and Multilingualism in South Asia 843nTej K. Bhatia and William C. Ritchiern35 Multilingualism and Language Renewal in Ex-Soviet Central Asia 871nBirgit N. Schlyterrn36 Bilingualism/Multilingualism in the Middle East and North Africa: A Focus on Cross-National and Diglossic Bilingualism/Multilingualism 899nJudith RosenhousernIndex 920
Comprising state-of-the-art research, this substantially expanded and revised Handbook discusses the latest global and interdisciplinary issues across bilingualism and multilingualism.
* Includes the addition of ten new authors to the contributor team, and coverage of seven new topics ranging from global media to heritage language learning
* Provides extensively revised coverage of bilingual and multilingual communities, polyglot aphasia, creolization, indigenization, linguistic ecology and endangered languages, multilingualism, and forensic linguistics
* Brings together a global team of internationally-renowned researchers from different disciplines
* Covers a wide variety of topics, ranging from neuro- and psycho-linguistic research to studies of media and psychological counseling
* Assesses the latest issues in worldwide linguistics, including the phenomena and the conceptualization of 'hyperglobalization', and emphasizes geographical centers of global conflict and commerce