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Great vowel shift ethnolects features of chicano

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Great vowel shift Ethnolects Features of Chicano English Codeswitching Latino/Hispanic culture and demographics Features of African American English Theories of the origins of African American English 1
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Language and Thought/linguistic relativity Whorfian Hypothesis Native American Languages Language Loss and Revitalization Multilingual communities Amish/Mennonite, Louisiana French, Acadian (New England) French, Pennsylvania Dutch, Hasidic Jewish (Yiddish), Hawai’i, Sea Islands (Gullah), Native American reservations (e.g. Navajo) Factors supporting long-term multilingualism Benefits of bilingualism Critical Period Hypothesis Pidgins vs. creoles Gullah, Louisiana Creole, Hawai’ian Creole English Superstrate (lexifier) vs. substrate languages Decreolization Social evaluations of creole languages Bioprogram theory of creole genesis Features of American Sign Language Manualism vs. oralism Lip reading Deaf Culture Cochlear implants Features of Asian languages and writing systems Culture and demographics of Asian Americans Dialects of Spanish Mock Spanish Heritage languages/heritage language loss Language and politics Framing Linguistic and conceptual metaphors Language Crossing Authenticity Dialects and linguistic features in performances Melting pot vs. salad bowl (cultural and linguistic assimilation) 2
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Ebonics controversy Linguistic discrimination Linguistic profiling Language attitudes and ideologies Bilingual Education (goals, types, controversies) English only/Official English movement Language in the media Conlanging (constructed languages) 3
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