Language and Identity of Latinos in South Bend

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Abstract

Examines speech behavior, language ideology and bilingualism in South Bend in the context of theories of linguistic assimilation, bilingualism, nationalism and language policies in the United States. Analyzes results of a language survey completed by Latino youth, which reveals values and ideologies of English and Spanish.

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Document Type
  • Document

Creator
  • Fatima Monterrubio

  • Hector Avitia

Date Created
  • 2009-01-01

Publication Date
  • 2009

Subject
  • Citizenship and Civic Partnership

  • Regional Research

Language
  • English

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Institute for Latino Studies Student Research Briefs

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