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Language, migration, and spaces of representation

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The study of relationships between language and place has a long tradition in the context of Germanic languages, from 19th century dialect geography to late 20th century contact linguistics. However, the contemporary processes of migration, coupled with the emergence of new communication technologies and structural changes in the economies of states and regions, have created challenges for the study of linguistic practices and their place in the lives of individuals and social groups. The preceding papers in this volume take these challenges as an opportunity to reflect in new ways on past migrations. This concluding paper discusses the contributions they make to the study of language, migration, and place in relation to (speakers of) Germanic language varieties in North America and suggests ways in which they open up different spaces of representation.

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Stevenson, Patrick (2011) Language, migration, and spaces of representation [in special issue: 04. Germanic Languages and Migration in North America] Journal of Germanic Linguistics, 23, (4), pp. 401-412. (doi:10.1017/S1470542711000213).

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e-pub ahead of print date: December 2011
Published date: December 2011
Organisations: Modern Languages

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Local EPrints ID: 141674
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/141674
ISSN: 1470-5427
PURE UUID: 8da11131-1330-4aeb-921c-b9aa93e29bca

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Date deposited: 13 Oct 2011 09:03
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:13

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