Language Acquisition and Language Revitalization

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2016-03
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O'Grady, William
Hattori, Ryoko
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University of Hawaii Press
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45
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57
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Intergenerational transmission, the ultimate goal of language revitalization efforts, can only be achieved by (re)establishing the conditions under which an imperiled language can be acquired by the community’s children. This paper presents a tutorial survey of several key points relating to language acquisition and maintenance in children, focusing on four matters that are of direct relevance to work on language revitalization.
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language acquisition, language revitalization, endangered languages
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O'Grady, William & Ryoko Hattori. 2016. Language Acquisition and Language Revitalization. Language Documentation & Conservation 10. 45-57.
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