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Title: Pidgin, Local Identity, and Schooling in Hawai'i
Contributor(s): Eades, Diana (author); Jacobs, Suzie (author); Hargrove, E (author); Menacker, T (author)
Publication Date: 2006
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Abstract: Part I • The appropriateness approach and standard language ideology in relation to Hawai'i Creole English/Pidgin. • The role of Pidgin in group identity and appropriateness judgments. • Testing the boundaries of appropriateness in various contexts and movements. Part II • English Standard Schools and segregationist language practices III Hawai'i. • Effects of the attempted ban of Pidgin from the classroom. • Review of programs that address Pidgin speakers in school. This chapter has two parts. The first focuses on the use of Pidgin (or Hawai'i Creole English) in Hawai'i, examining the way in which appropriateness interacts with the role of this language variety in local identity. The second part addresses Pidgin in Hawai'i schools.
Publication Type: Book Chapter
Source of Publication: Dialects, Englishes, Creoles, and Education, p. 139-163
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum
Place of Publication: Mahwah, N.J.
ISBN: 0805846581
Field of Research (FOR): 210108 Historical Archaeology (incl Industrial Archaeology)
HERDC Category Description: B1 Chapter in a Scholarly Book
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Series Name: ESL & applied linguistics professional series
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