Desktop version

Home arrow Language & Literature

  • Increase font
  • Decrease font


>>

Family Language Policy in the Polish Diaspora: A Focus on Australia


ForewordAcknowledgementsPolish Immigration to AustraliaContextualising Australia’s Immigrant HistoryImmigration to Australia in Figures and According to Source CountriesHistory of Polish Post-World War II Immigration to AustraliaIntegration of Polish Immigrants in AustraliaLanguage and Culture Maintenance by Polish Immigrant Communities in AustraliaIntersections of Bilingual Development, Language Socialisation and Heritage LanguagesBilingual Children and Their Language DevelopmentBilingual Development in Immigrant FamiliesHow Language Socialisation Evolved as a ParadigmSecond Language Socialisation and Sociocultural TheoryLanguage Socialisation in Multilingual SettingsEmergence of Heritage Language StudiesHeritage Language Development and Factors Affecting ItFamily Language PolicyFamily Language Policy from the Inception StageFamily as an Important Domain in Home Language PreservationFamily Language Ideologies, Practices and ManagementFamily Language Policy and Transnational FamiliesResearch Methodological BackgroundPreliminary Assumptions: Rationale and Research QuestionsPreliminary Assumptions: ApproachResearch Design: ParticipantsResearch Design: Online QuestionnaireOnline QuestionnaireSetting the Research Stage: The Sociodemographic ProfileFamily Language Practices and Language ManagementParental IdeologiesPerceptions of Bilingual AcquisitionPerceptions of Code-SwitchingLanguage Management Through Language SeparationUnderstanding of Children’s BilingualismPerceptions of Children’s Proficiency in the Heritage LanguageCase Study ReportsCase Study Report One: Flexible Code-Switching PracticesThe Researched FamilyFamily Language PracticesObserved Language ManagementMinority-Language Parent’s IdeologiesMajority-Language Parent’s Attitude to Home Language ManagementChildren’s Voices on Language ManagementCase Study Report Two: A Restrictive One Parent - One Language StrategyThe Researched FamilyFamily Language PracticesObserved Language ManagementMinority-Language Parent’s IdeologiesMajority-Language Parent’s Attitude to Home Language ManagementChildren’s Voices on Language ManagementCase Study Report Three Accommodating Dual- Lingual InteractionsThe Researched FamilyFamily Language PracticesObserved Language ManagementMinority-Language Parent’s IdeologiesMajority-Language Parent’s Attitude to Home Language ManagementChildren’s Voices on Language ManagementCross-Case Analysis and DiscussionParents’ Perceptions and UnderstandingChildren’s Perceptions and UnderstandingFurther Implications and the Way ForwardFindingsImplicationsFurther ResearchOnline QuestionnaireSemi-Structured Interviews with Polish-Speaking ParentsEmail Interview Questions (Non-Polish Parents)Semi-Structured Interviews with Children
 
>>

Related topics