Studies in Turkish as a heritage language

"Heritage language bilingualism refers to contexts where a minority language spoken at home is (one of) the first native language(s) of an individual who grows up and typically becomes dominant in the societal majority language. Heritage language bilinguals often wind up with grammatical system...

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Other Authors / Creators:Bayram, Fatih, editor.
Format: Electronic eBook
Imprint: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2020]
Series:Studies in bilingualism, volume 60
Online Access:Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Preface. Issues in heritage language research
  • 2. Chapter 1. Turkish as a heritage language
  • 3. Part I. Lexicon
  • 4. Chapter 2. Turkish heritage speakers in Germany
  • 5. Chapter 3. Correlates of Turkish vocabulary in adolescent Turkish heritage language learners in Germany
  • 6. Chapter 4. The effects of heritage language experience on lexical and morphosyntactic outcomes
  • 7. Part II. Morphosyntax
  • 8. Chapter 5. Convergence in the encoding of motion events in heritage Turkish in Germany
  • 9. Chapter 6. First language exposure predicts attrition patterns in Turkish heritage speakers' use of grammatical evidentiality
  • 10. Chapter 7. Investigating the effects of L1 proficiency and CLI
  • 11. Chapter 8. Subordination in children acquiring Turkish as a heritage language in Sweden
  • 12. Part III. Corpus studies
  • 13. Chapter 9. Perceived global accent in Turkish heritage speakers in Germany
  • 14. Chapter 10. Turkish in Germany
  • 15. Chapter 11. Contemporary urban Turkey-Turkish in the German-Turkish classroom
  • 16. Index