- Title Pages
- Notes on the Contributors
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Paradoxes of Engagement with Irish Language Community Management, Practice, and Ideology
- 3 Fluidity in Language Beliefs*
- 4 Reflections on the Promotion of an Endangered Language
- 5 Minority Language Use in Kven Communities
- 6 Going, Going, Gone? The Ideologies and Politics of Gamilaraay-Yuwaalaraay Endangerment and Revitalization*
- 7 Language Shift in an ‘Importing Culture’
- 8 Ideologies, Beliefs, and Revitalization of Guernesiais (Guernsey)
- 9 Local Language Ideologies and Language Revitalization among the Sumu-Mayangna Indians of Nicaragua’s Caribbean Coast Region
- 10 Must We Save the Language? Children’s Discourse on Language and Community in Provençal and Scottish Language Revitalization Movements*
- 11 Revitalizing the Māori Language?
- 12 What Are We Trying to Preserve? Diversity, Change, and Ideology at the Edge of the Cameroonian Grassfields*
- 13 The Cost of Language Mobilization: Wangkatha Language Ideologies and Native Title*
- 14 Finding the Languages We Go Looking For*
- 15 Meeting Point: Parameters for the Study of Revival Languages*
- 16 Conflicting Goals, Ideologies, and Beliefs in the Field*
- 17 Whose Ideology, Where, and When? Rama (Nicaragua) and Francoprovençal (France) Experiences*
- 18 UN Discourse on Linguistic Diversity and Multilingualism in the 2000s
- 19 Language Beliefs and the Management of Endangered Languages
- Languages Index
- Subject Index
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