09- Ling 122 - Sp 09 Course Reader

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Course Reader Ling 122: English as a World Language, Section 1 Thom Huebner, Ph.D. Table of Contents 1. Crystal, David, 2003. English as a Global Language , Chapter 1: Why a global language? Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1-28 2. Crystal, David. 2003. English as a Global Language , Chapter 2: Why English? The historical context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 29-71. 3. Hinton, Leanne. 2001. Involuntary language loss among immigrants: Asian-American linguistic autobiographies. In Georgetown University Roundtable on Languages and Linguistics 1999. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 203-251. 4. Wolfram, Walt and Natalie Schilling-Estes. 2006. American English (Second Edition), Chapter 1: The Reality of Dialects. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 1-19. 5. Labov, William. 1998. The study of nonstandard English. In V. Clark, P. Escholz and A. Rosa, eds., Language: Readings in Language and Culture (Sixth Edition), 313-320. 6.
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