language ideology

Yumiko Ohara: Re-Inventing Hawaiian Identity. Conception of Ethnicity and Language in the Language Revitalisation Movement, pp. 57-80

An indigenous language revitalisation movement is conspicuously one of the most overtly contested sites of cultural identities and language ideologies. In the Hawaiian language revitalisation processes, for instance, “Hawaiianness” is a main theme that is frequently left open to negotiation through discursive and other means.

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