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Introduction
1 DeWnitions and guiding principles
1.2 GENERAL GUIDELINES TO LANGUAGE BEHAVIOUR
Figure 1.1 A general model of language behaviour
1.3 CONCLUSION
2 Dimensions and measurement of bilinguality and bilingualism
2.1 DIMENSIONS OF BILINGUALITY AND BILINGUALISM
2.1.1 Dimensions of bilinguality
2.2 MEASUREMENT OF BILINGUALITY AND BILINGUALISM
2.3 CONCLUSION
3 Ontogenesis of bilinguality
3.1 BILINGUISTIC DEVELOPMENT
3.2 ONTOGENESIS OF EARLY CONSECUTIVE BILINGUALITY
3.3 GESTURAL/ARTICULATED BILINGUALITY
3.4 SENSITIVE-AGE HYPOTHESIS
3.5 LANGUAGE ATTRITION AND BILINGUALITY
3.6 CONCLUSION
4.1 BILINGUALITY AND COGNITION
4.2 COGNITIVE CONSEQUENCES OF BILINGUALITY
INTERDEPENDENCE HYPOTHESIS
4.4 CONCLUSION
5 Social and psychological foundations of bilinguality
5.1 PROCESSES OF LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT
5.2 THE DEVELOPMENT OF BILINGUALITY
Figure 5.1 Sociocognitive model of language development
5.3 CONCLUSION
6 Neuropsychological foundations of bilinguality
6.1 HEMISPHERIC PREFERENCE AND LANGUAGE BEHAVIOUR
6.2 TECHNIQUES FOR MEASURING CEREBRAL PREFERENCE FOR LANGUAGE
6.3 NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF BILINGUALS
6.5 CONCLUSION
7 Information processing in the bilingual
7.1 LANGUAGE STORING AND PROCESSING IN BILINGUALS
7.2 MODELS OF BILINGUAL INFORMATION PROCESSING
7.3 NON-VERBAL BEHAVIOUR OF THE BILINGUAL
7.4 CONCLUSION
8 Social psychological aspects of bilinguality: culture and identity
8.1 LANGUAGE AND CULTURE
8.2 CULTURAL/ETHNIC/ETHNOLINGUISTIC IDENTITY
8.3 BILINGUALITY AND ETHNOLINGUISTIC IDENTITY
8.4 BILINGUALITY, PERCEPTIONS AND ATTITUDES
8.6 CONCLUSION
9.1 SPEECH/COMMUNICATION ACCOMMODATION
9.3 ‘CODE-SWITCHING’, ‘CODE-MIXING’, ‘BILINGUAL BORROWING’
10.2 THE ROLE OF LANGUAGE IN INTERGROUP RELATIONS
10.3 SOCIOLINGUISTIC VARIATIONS IN LANGUAGE-CONTACT SITUATIONS
Figure 10.1 Unidimensional model of language shift
10.4 IMPLICATIONS OF LANGUAGE-CONTACT PHENOMENA FOR LINGUISTIC THEORY
10.5 LANGUAGE PLANNING
10.6 CONCLUSION
11 Bilingual education
11.1 LITERACY AND LANGUAGE PLANNING IN EDUCATION
11.2 DEFINITIONS AND TYPOLOGIES OF BILINGUAL EDUCATION
11.3 FACTORS CONDITIONING BILINGUAL EDUCATION
11.4.2.1 The myth of the bilingual handicap
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