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Endangered Languages and the Media. Proceedings of the Fifth FEL Conference (Agadir, Morocco, September 20-23, 2001) [microform] / Christopher Moseley, Ed., Nicholas Ostler, Ed. and Hassan Ouzzate, Ed
Bib ID 5686491
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Author
Foundation for Endangered Languages, Bath (England)
 
Description [Washington, D.C.] : Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 2001 
124 p. 
ISBN 9780953824830
0953824837
Summary

Papers for the fifth Foundation for Endangered Languages (FEL) Conference include the following papers: "The State and the Global Marketplace in the Provision of Minority Media Services" (George Jones); "Local Language Media: What Does It Take?" (Paul Lewis); "Power of the Media for the Good of Small Languages: An Indian Experience of Enriching Diversity" (Lachman Khubchandani); "Language Protection and Cultural Policy in France" (Samira El Atia and Douglas Kibbee); "The Virtual Village Square: Media in Minority Languages in the Process of Media Diversification and Globalisation: An Example from Southern Carinthia (Austria)" (Brigitta Busch); "Maintenance and Promotion of Berber: The Role of the Electronic Media" (Jilali Saib); "Language in the Media Environment of the Florida Seminole" (Thomas Sawallis); "Indigenous Presence in the Nicaraguan Media: The Mayanga" (Elena Benedicto, Ely Frank, Pulinario Sebastian, Simon Avelino); "Promoting the Maintenance of Endangered Languages through the Internet: The Case of Tamazight" (Mohamed Ouakrim); "The Role of Language in the Construction of Ethnic Identity on the Internet: The Case of Assyrian Activists in Diaspora" (Erica McClure); "Frisian All over the World: The Unique Experience of One Year" (Onno Falkena); "Television News Bullesins in Forest Nenets" (Tapani Salminen); "Nyae Nyae Revisited: the Village Schools Project in Northern Namibia" (Joe Pfaffe and Susan Schulman); "Is Language Shift to English Imminent amongst Afrikaans Speakers in Rehoboth Gebiet?" (Annatjie Louw); "Funding an 'Ethnic Diversity' Public Access Television Program in the USA" (Helene E. Hagan); "The Use of Different Media in Reversing Language Shift: Nahua Illustrations" (Jose Flores Farfan); "Geographic Center for Interactive Interdisciplinary Information" (Mark L. Chamberlin and Heno Sarv); "The New Vibrations of Traditional Teueikan" (Bernard Hervieux); "Basque in the Media" (Asuncion Martinez Arbelaiz); Tarahumara Ritual Spectacle in Noriahuachi: Visual Metaphor Experienced Through Mass Media" (Julia Lonergan and Patricia Small); "Across the Andean Airwaves: Satellite Radio Broadcasting in Quechua" (Aurolyn Luykx); "Le sort de la langue berbere a travers la deformation et la transformation du nom propre berbere" (Abdallah El Mountassir); and "Silenced or Liberated: Endangered Languages in the European Union" (Helena Drysdale). Individual papers contain references. (KFT)

Notes

Availability: Foundation for Endangered Languages, 172 Bailbrook Lane, Bath, BA1 7AA, England ($30).

ERIC Note: For the proceedings of the fourth conference, see FL 026 974.

May also be available online. Address as at 14/8/18: https://eric.ed.gov/

Reproduction Microfiche. [Washington D.C.]: ERIC Clearinghouse microfiches : positive. 
Subjects Afrikaans.  |  American Indians.  |  Dialects.  |  Foreign Countries.  |  Indigenous Populations.  |  Language Attitudes.  |  Language Maintenance.  |  Language Minorities.  |  Lexicography.  |  Mass Media.  |  Mass Media Role.  |  National Programs.  |  Native Speakers.  |  Oral Language.  |  Quechua.  |  Second Language Instruction.  |  Second Language Learning.  |  Spelling.  |  Uncommonly Taught Languages.  |  Endangered Languages  |  Austria European Union Florida France Frisian Namibia South Africa Tarahumara (Tribe) United States
Form/genre Collected Works, Proceedings.
Other authors/contributors Moseley, Christopher, editor  |  Ostler, Nicholas, editor  |  Ouzzate, Hassan, editor  |  Foundation for Endangered Languages, Bath (England)
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