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First language attrition

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [England], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language attrition.,
  • Bilingualism.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Herbert W. Seliger and Robert M. Vago.
    ContributionsSeliger, Herbert W., 1937-, Vago, Robert Michael.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP40.5.L28 F57 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 259 p. ;
    Number of Pages259
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1874108M
    ISBN 100521344263, 0521348838
    LC Control Number90033930

    Recent analyses of incomplete acquisition and child first language attrition (L1) have focused largely on morpho-syntactic and lexical deficiencies in the first language (L1) developed under the influence of a different majority language (L2) (e.g., Pire and Rothman, ).   Aneta Pavlenko, Temple University 'A masterful introduction to the theoretical key concepts and methodological issues in first language attrition research. Surely a landmark book!' Barbara Koepke, Octogone-Lordat, University of Toulouse 'In this book, every crucial aspect of language attrition research is highlighted and clearly explained/5(6).

      This book is a study of the L1 attrition of German among German Jews who emigrated to anglophone countries under the Nazi regime. It places the study of language attrition within the historical and sociocultural framework of Weimar and Nazi Germany, applying issues of identity and identification to first language loss and by:   Adults speaking a second language (L2) are likely to be identified as non-native speakers due to properties of their first language (L1) in their L2 speech (Brennan et al., ; Ferguson and Garnica, ; Flege, , ; Scovel, ).Immersion in an L2 environment may cause the L2 to play a dominant role in everyday life, and may reduce the use of the L1 Cited by: 7.

    First Language Attrition examines linguistic aspects of the attrition or loss of first language abilities in bilinguals through a collection of studies in various language groups. The phenomena of attrition are examined at both the individual bilingual and societal levels. This volume is divided into three sections: Part I surveys different aspects of existing empirical evidence to arrive at. Language attrition, Colchester, Essex. likes. This is a website to collect and exchange resources and information relating to the topic of language ers:


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First Language Attrition examines linguistic aspects of the attrition or loss of first language abilities in bilinguals through a collection of studies in various language groups. The phenomena of attrition are examined at both the individual bilingual and societal levels. This book examines linguistic aspects of the attrition or loss of first language abilities in bilinguals through a collection of studies in various language groups.

The phenomena of attrition are examined at both the individual bilingual and societal : Paperback. First Language Attrition book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Although there is growing interest in bilingualism, this is the f 3/5(1).

This book examines linguistic aspects of the attrition or loss of first language abilities in bilinguals through a collection of studies in various language groups.

The phenomena of attrition are examined at both the individual bilingual Pages: This book examines linguistic aspects of the attrition or loss of first language abilities in bilinguals through a collection of studies in various language groups.

The phenomena of attrition are examined at both the individual bilingual and societal levels. This volume is divided onto three sections: Part I surveys different aspects of existing empirical evidence to arrive at theoretical.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The study of first language attrition: an overview / Herbert W. Seliger and Robert M. Vago --First language attrition and the parameter setting model / Michael Sharwood Smith and Paul Van Buren --Recapitulation, regression, and language.

Attrition phenomena develop in bilingual individuals as well as bilingual societies, in both indigenous and immigrant communities.

At its extreme, attrition leads to what has come to be known as “language death” (cf. Dorian ; Schmidt ). The articles brought together in this volume approach first language attrition from diverse angles.

First Language Attrition and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - First Language Attrition.

First Language Attrition (Benjamins Current Topics) by Monika S. Schmid (Editor), Barbara Köpke (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Hardcover. Consists of a collection of papers that focus on structural/grammatical aspects of the process of first language attrition.

This title presents an overview of current research, methodological issues and important questions regarding first language attrition. This volume provides a state-of-the-art treatment of research on language attrition, the non-pathological loss of a language through lack of exposure.

It combines a review of past and present research with in-depth treatments of specific theoretical and methodological issues and reports on individual studies. Special prominence is given to the identification of. This volume is the first handbook dedicated to language attrition, the study of how a speaker’s language may be affected by cross-linguistic interference and non-use.

The effects of language attrition can be felt in all aspects of language knowledge, processing, and production, and can offer unique insights into the mind of bilingual language users. 'Language attrition' describes the loss of, or changes to, grammatical and other features of a language as a result of declining use by speakers who have changed their linguistic environment and language habits.

In such a situation there may, for example, be simplification in the tense system or Pages:   First language attrition (L1) studies are a comparably young and theoretically unspecified field of research in bilingualism. Young, because the first scientifically acclaimed, related article, Andersen’s “Determining the linguistic attributes of language attrition,” was only published in (For comparison, Lennenberg’s monograph Biological foundations of Author: Christian David Zeitz.

Language attrition and bilingualism 9 Background 9 Points of reference 13 Native speakers vs. multi-competence 16 Processes of language attrition and acquisition 19 Language attrition – findings 19 Learning and forgetting 25 Crosslinguistic effects 29 Languages in competition   The book specifically addresses itself to those who wish to acquaint themselves with the research area of language attrition, providing them with both a thorough overview of the field and a basis on which to build their own :   This book is a study of the L1 attrition of German among German Jews who emigrated to anglophone countries under the Nazi regime.

It places the study of language attrition within the historical and sociocultural framework of Weimar and Nazi Germany, applying issues of identity and identification to first language loss and : The study of language attrition, whether it is concerned with first or second languages, focuses on the effects resulting from an individual's reduced use of the attrited : Eun Sung Park.

The research reported in this text investigates first language attrition in a variety of linguistic areas such as syntax, morphology, semantics, phonology and lexicon with the following first languages: Spanish, German, Hebrew, Dyirbal, English, Breton, Dutch, Hungarian, Russian, French and Pennsylvania German.

Although there is growing /5(2). Petra Prescher: Identity, immigra tion and first language attrition Miriam Ben-Rafael & Monika S. Schmid: Language attrition and ideology Antonio F.

Monika S. Schmid’s book First language attrition, use and maintenance: The case of German Jews in Anglophone countries explores language attrition with respect to factors such as age, use, and identity. These factors are particularly relevant to the subject group, making this book an important contribution to the study of language attrition.

First Language Attrition is very common among people who speak more than one language. To prove it, we asked some students to say something in their own language. This is what happened.This process, which is called “language attrition”, is very common.

Despite this, it is usually both unexpected and deeply upsetting, and the research on it is very sparse as compared with the vast field of research on second language development.