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Invisible Work: Bilingualism, Language Choice and Childrearing in the Intermarried Families (Impact: Studies in Language and Society)

by Toshie Okita

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Published by John Benjamins Publishing Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bilingualism,
  • Sociolinguistics,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Language,
  • General,
  • Linguistics,
  • Sociology - Marriage & Family,
  • Child rearing,
  • Great Britain,
  • Japanese,
  • Languages

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages274
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12324312M
    ISBN 101588111067
    ISBN 109781588111067

    For us, as researchers who work with migrant families and communities, both in New York City (United States) and in Germany (Europe), the question of whether our concepts of bilingual education can assist families in relieving, to a certain extent, their anxieties in relation to the tension between integration and assimilation is an important one. How We Work Morris, Marla Reading Autobiography: A Guide for Interpreting Life Narratives Smith, Sidonie Neatness Counts: Essays on the Writer's Desk Kopelson, Kevin Becoming an Author Canter, David

    that, by accepting a book, the Editor implies no promise that it will be reviewed in this journal. Reviews are printed as circumstances permit, and copies are sent to the publish- Invisible Work: Bilingualism, language choice, and childrearing in intermarried families. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, Pp.   Okita, T. Invisible Work: Bilingualism, Language Choice and Childrearing in Intermarried Families. Vol. 12 of IMPACT: Studies in Language and Society. Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. Google ScholarCited by: 3.

    Invisible Work: Bilingualism, language choice and childrearing in intermarried families. IMPACT Studies in Language and Society, John Benjamins. Oller, D. Kimbrough and Rebecca E. Eilers, eds. The Green Book of Language Revitalization in Practice. Academic Press.   AbstractDrawing on theories of family language policy and literacy environment, this inquiry explores and describes how family language policy is managed through literacy resources and literacy related activities in transnational families in the UK. A total of 66 families, each with at least one child between the age of 2 and 8, participated in this by: 6.


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Invisible Work Bilingualism, language choice and childrearing in intermarried families. shows how language use in intermarried families is deeply intertwined with the experience of everyday childrearing, in specific socio-historical contexts.

This is why, despite good intentions, expert advice and effort, bilingual-child rearing often Pages: There is growing recognition that 'context' is important for bilingual language development, but understanding of that context remains underdeveloped.

This innovative study, spanning the fields of bilingualism, ethnicity and family studies, shows how language use in intermarried families is deeply intertwined with the experience of everyday childrearing, in specific socio-historical contexts.

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Toshie Okita. Amsterdam: Benjamins, Pp. vi + $ : Robert Bayley. Invisible Work: Bilingualism, language choice and childrearing in intermarried families. Hardback; Impact: Studies in Language & Society; ethnicity and family studies, shows how language use in intermarried families is deeply intertwined with the experience of everyday childrearing, in specific socio-historical contexts.

This is why. The book is indeed a sign of our times. However, I would argue, not in regard to what it has to say about bi- and multilingual Okita, T.

() Invisible Work: Bilingualism, Language Choice and Childrearing in Intermarried Families. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

The book shows the important role of education in helping to promote or maintain pupils' multilingual language competence and multilingual literacy, and in helping to challenge traditional monolingual attitudes. A clear and incisive account of this growing phenomenon, it is essential reading for students, teachers and policy-makers alike.

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Bilingualism, language choice and childrearing in intermarried families vividly portrays the conflicting pressures that can make or break a home language policy. Okita focuses on Japanese-mother, British-father families living in the UK, but. Okita, T., Invisible Work: Bilingualism, Language Choice and Childrearing in Intermarried Families (Impact Studies in Language and Society) (Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing, ).

Book review Book review Kopeliovich, Shulamit TOSHIE OKITA. Invisible work: Bilingualism, language choice and childrearing in intermarried families. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, Pp. Hb $ 'This comprehensive book is a thorough, critical discussion of language maintenance and shift that ranges from the historical evolution of the field as a focus of academic enquiry, its research methods and a presentation of the key findings and insights about the dynamics of multilingual by: 9.

title of her book, “Invisible Work”. It is the author’s contention, however, that the language work of minority language speaking men in intermarried families may also be grossly underestimated (Jackson a, b). Language work, as it pertains to the fathers in this study, can be understood to mean all of the.

Piller, I. Invisible Work: Bilingualism, Language Choice and Childrearing in Intermarried Families. By Toshie Okita.

International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism6(2), Piller, I. The car in British society. Class, gender and motoring – By Sean O’Connell.

Discourse and Society 11(1), Review of Yamamoto, Masayo () Language use in interlingual families: a Japanese-English sociolinguistic study. Invisible work: Bilingualism, language choice and childrearing in intermarried families. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Google ScholarCited by:   Heritage language research across contexts and areas of focus has intensified in the last two decades. (). Talking tactics: fathers’ language work in bilingual childrearing in intermarried families in Japan.

In R. Lougnane, C. P. Williams, & J. Verhoeven (Eds.), In between Invisible work: Bilingualism, language choice, and.(ebook) Invisible Work () from Dymocks online store. There is growing recognition that ‘context’ is important.