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Language shift or maintenance of Pontiaca among third-generation Pontii adolescents

Stavroula Tavoultzidou

Language shift or maintenance of Pontiaca among third-generation Pontii adolescents

an attitudinal survey

by Stavroula Tavoultzidou

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.A.) - University of Surrey, 1995.

StatementStavroula Tavoultzidou.
ContributionsUniversity of Surrey. English Language Institute.
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Open LibraryOL19355275M


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Author of Language shift or maintenance of Pontiaca among third. Where there are two or more languages in contact, language shift is inevitable. Shift or maintenance happens at individual or societal levels due to social and psychological conditions in which community members are in.

Pattern of language use in a family and the attitudes of family members towards heritage language or the language of the wider community are also important determining by: 8. language shift should not proceed without understanding the distinctiveness of each family context, and carefully situating the study within its socio-political parameters.

Some studies, however, only support to a limited extent, that the presence of grandparents positively influence language maintenance in. A generation gap or generational gap is a difference of opinions between one generation and another regarding beliefs, politics, or values.

In today's usage, generation gap often refers to a perceived gap between younger people and their parents or grandparents. This term refers to a situation where language shift in a speech community ends in the total shift to another language.

For instance, imagine a group of immigrants that go to a new country and, gradually, in one or two generations blend into the new speech community as their language becomes eventually extinct (e.g., the language loss of Dutch.

At the time of writing this article, the U.S. government has sanctioned the separation of children from their immigrant caregivers, and young children are held in mass detention centers (Domonoske. Psychodynamic approaches to trauma and dissociation. Although the origins of psychodynamic therapy are attributed to Freud’s psychoanalytic theory with its emphasis on unconscious conflict and meaning,36 it has evolved into multistranded approaches exploring various elements of intrapersonal, developmental, and relational processes.

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