By Singh, Rajendra, Rajendra Singh
South Asia is domestic to a number of languages and dialects. even supposing linguists engaged on this area have made major contributions to our knowing of language, society, and language in society on a world scale, there's as but no famous foreign discussion board for the alternate of principles among linguists engaged on South Asia. the yearly ReviewÂ of South Asian Languages and Linguistics is designed to be simply that discussion board. It brings jointly empirical and theoretical examine and serves as a checking out flooring for the articulation of latest principles and methods that may be grounded in a examine of South Asian languages yet that have common applicability. every one volumeÂ will have 4 significant sections: I. Invited contributions including cutting-edge essays on examine in South Asian languages. II. Refereed open submissions concentrating on appropriate concerns and supplying a number of viewpoints. III. studies from world wide, publication studies and abstracts of doctoral theses.
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And in what is perhaps the final irony, the only sustainable interpretation of ‘non-native variety’ may well be the interpretation ‘not of the land’ or ‘still retaining its otherness’ – that is why the linguistic argument that IE, for example, is just as self-contained a system as RP, for example, sounds like a threat to speakers of other Indian languages in India. K. This interpretation is, at any rate, not the one that the creators of the expression nonnative variety have in mind. It is not available to them because the nonnativeness they see in or want to confer on varieties such as Indian English and Singaporean English resides in their view, as they make repeatedly clear, in the Indianness or Singaporeannes of these varieties.
What we do to detect ‘changes’ in Immigrant Turkish is to compare the speech of bilinguals in Holland with that of monolinguals in Turkey, identify the deviations in Dutch Turkish, and see whether we can attribute them to language contact. Ostensibly, that procedure obeys the guideline Singh suggests for SLA, to stop comparing native competence and non-native performance, since we compare performance in both varieties and even refrain from calling only one of them native. However, in practice we still use TurkeyTurkish as a yardstick.
Brill. 2005 The Missing Public: Searching Vaguely for a Community in the Indian English Debate. Paper presented at the Emeneau Centenary Seminar, Mysore, India, January 1– 4, 2005. Lele Jayant K. & Rajendra Singh 1991 And never the twain shall meet or language and politics chez Chomsky: A review of Noam Chomsky’s Language and problems of knowledge and On power and ideology. Journal of Pragmatics 15: 175–194. Muysken, Pieter 1998 We are all Native Speakers, but of which Language? ), 193–204. Thousand Oaks: Sage.
Annual Review of South Asian Languages and Linguistics: 2007 (Trends in Linguistics) by Singh, Rajendra, Rajendra Singh