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Welsh in the Twenty-First Century

In this volume, Delyth Morris surveys the use of the Welsh language in Wales today. Morris considers topics such as the spread of Welsh to the Internet, the use of the language by young people, bilingual education, emigration and its effect on the language, attitudes of immigrants towards the language, and language planning institutions and legislation. Welsh in the Twenty-First Century will be of interest both to academic audiences and the Welsh language community as a whole. 

174 pages | 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 | © 2010

Language and Linguistics: General Language and Linguistics

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Table of Contents

      Padraig Ó Riagáin
      Delyth Morris

Language, Meaning and the Knowledge Economy
      Glyn Williams
From Act to Action in Wales
      Colin H. Williams
Increasing Bilingualism in Bilingual Education
      Colin Baker
Young People and their Use of the Welsh Language
      Delyth Morris
Children’s Acquisition of Welsh in a Bilingual Setting: A Psycholinguistic Perspective
      Enlli Môn Thomas and Robert Mayr
Welsh Speakers: Age Profile and Out-Migration
      Hywel M. Jones
Attitudes to Language and Bilingualism among English In-Migrants to North Wales
      Howard Davis, Graham Day and Angela Drakakis-Smith


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