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Language death: Connexipedia Article
A process that affects speech communities.
Myths of Cultural Dysfunction: Against The Current vol. 132
This is another “blame the victim” book faulting Latino immigrants for not being as prosperous as other ethnic and racial groups, such as the Asians, in the United States. According to the author, the...
A Network of Indigenous Language Digital Activists in Mexico
The Internet has emerged as a space where many in Mexico can communicate online using indigenous languages, as well as to create new digital content instead of being just consumers of content.
Endangered languages: There's nothing benign about benign neglect
in many cases, language death occurred not because of an increase in the available choices, but because of a decrease in choice brought about by the exercise of undemocratic power. Such power is almos...
Documenting the planet's endangered languages and featuring Talking Dictionaries giving listeners a chance to hear samples of little-known languages.
'It's like bombing the Louvre'
Marie Smith Jones was the world's last Eyak speaker - by the time she died last week, she could use her mother tongue only in her dreams. But the loss of a language is not just a personal tragedy, it ...