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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