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Joshua Fishman.

Joshua Aaron Fishman, né le 18 juillet 1936 à Philadelphie, est un sociolinguiste américain. Ses travaux ont porté sur la sociologie du langage, la planification linguistique, l'éducation bilingue et les liens entre langage et ethnicité.

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  • 1965. Yiddish in America: socio-linguistic description and analysis. Bloomington, Indiana University Press, La Haye, Mouton
  • 1966. Language loyalty in the United States; the maintenance and perpetuation of non-English mother tongues by American ethnic and religious groups. La Haye, Mouton
  • 1966. Hungarian language maintenance in the United States, Bloomington, Indiana University Press
  • 1968. Language problems of developing nations, New York, Wiley
  • 1968. Readings in the sociology of language, La Haye, Paris, Mouton
  • 1970. Sociolinguistics: a brief introduction, Rowley, Mass, Newbury House
  • 1971. Bilingualism in the barrio, Bloomington, Indiana University Press
  • 1971-2. Advances in the sociology of language La Haye, Mouton
  • 1972. Language in Sociocultural Change. Essays by Joshua A. Fishman Ed. Anwar S. Dil., Stanford, Stanford University Press
  • 1972. The sociology of language; an interdisciplinary social science approach to language in society Rowley, Mass., Newbury House
  • 1973 (c 1972). Language and nationalism; two integrative essays Rowley, Mass, Newbury House
  • 1974. Advances in language planning, La Haye, Mouton
  • 1976. Bilingual education: an international sociological perspective Rowley, Mass., Newbury House
  • 1977. Advances in the creation and revision of writing systems, La Haye : Mouton
  • 1978. Advances in the study of societal multilingualism, La Haye : Mouton
  • 1981. Never Say Die: A Thousand Years of Yiddish in Jewish Life and Letters, La Haye, Mouton. (ISBN 90-279-7978-2)
  • 1982. The acquisition of biliteracy: a comparative ethnography of minority ethnolinguistic schools in New York City, New York, N.Y.: Yeshiva University, Ferkauf Graduate School
  • 1982. Bilingual education for Hispanic students in the United States, New York, Teachers College Press
  • 1983. Progress in language planning: international perspectives, Berlin et New York, Mouton.
  • 1985. The rise and fall of the ethnic revival: perspectives on language and ethnicity, Berlin & New York: Mouton
  • 1987. Ideology, Society and Language: The Odyssey of Nathan Birnbaum. Ann Arbor: Karoma Publishers
  • 1991. Bilingual education, Amsterdam et Philadelphie, J. Benjamins Pub. Co.
  • 1991. Reversing language Shift: Theory and Practice of Assistance to Threatened Languages, Clevedon, Multilingual Matters. (ISBN 185359122X) (ISBN 978-1-85359-122-8)
  • 1991. Language and Ethnicity, Amsterdam et Philadelphie, J. Benjamins Pub. Co
  • 1996. Post-Imperial English: The Status of English in Former British and American Colonies and Spheres of Influence, (ed.) Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin
  • 1997. In Praise of the Beloved Language; The Content of Positive Ethnolinguistic Consciousness, Berlin, Mouton de Gruyter
  • 1997. The Multilingual Apple: Languages in New York (with Ofelia Garcia). Berlin, Mouton de Gruyter
  • 1999. Handbook of Language and Ethnicity, (ed.). New York, Oxford University Press. Revised ed. 2009. (ISBN 0195374924)
  • 2000. Can Threatened Languages Be Saved?, Clevedon, Multilingual Matters
  • 2006. Do Not Leave Your Language Alone: The Hidden Status Agendas Within Corpus Planning in Language Policy, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. (ISBN 0805850244) (ISBN 978-0-8058-5024-6)

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