Language and Aboriginal Culture in Australia: Linguistic Imperialism of English or Language Ecology
Free Shipping Included! Language and Aboriginal Culture in Australia: Linguistic Imperialism of English or Language Ecology by Diplomarbeiten Agentur diplom.de at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Staatsexamensarbeit, die am 08.11.2000 erfolgreich an einer UniversitÃ¤t in Deutschland eingereicht wurde. Abstract: This paper is about linguistic
Staatsexamensarbeit, die am 08.11.2000 erfolgreich an einer UniversitÃ¤t in Deutschland eingereicht wurde. Abstract: This paper is about linguistic imperialism and linguistic ecology in respect of the indigenous languages of Australia. The linguistic complexities in Australia are immense, as are the fields of research of linguistic imperialism and linguistic ecology. Neither is the research in the fields mentioned above terminated nor has the development in Australia reached an end. As a result, the paper is only able to provide a snapshot. The first chapter serves as an introduction. The reader should familiarize her-/ himself with the history and culture of a people, which is unique and distinct from any other civilization. It refers to the initial settlement of the Australian continent, as well as it touches in short specific traits of Aboriginal culture. Answers are provided to questions like, 'What is language?', 'What are the characteristics of Aboriginal languages and Aboriginal English?' Linguistic imperialism will be discussed in chapter two. From what point on can a relationship between any given subjects be called, in its widest meaning, imperialistic? The chapter refers to Galtung (1980), whose observations are still valid today and gives a historical overview of the rise of the English language from a European Germanic language spoken on the British Islands to a global language, especially focusing on the development in the 19th and 20th century. Linguistic ecology is a rather new field of research in linguistics. Chapter three reflects on a research orientation which developed in the 1960s and 1970s due to Haugen, who gave the term ecology a linguistic meaning. It tries to show the parallels between biodiversity and cultural/ linguistic diversity and why it has become so important to be aware that not only plants and animals are seriously endangered and need special protection, but also languages. Additionally, other fields of interest of ...
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