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Routledge Handbook of Japanese Sociolinguistics


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Part I: The languages and language varieties of Japan

1. Ainu language and Ainu speakers, Mika Fukazawa

2. Ryukyuan sociolinguistics, Masahide Ishihara, Katsuyuki Miyahira, Gijs van der Lubbe and Patrick Heinrich

3. Ryukyu-substrate Japanese: Contact effects on the replacing language, Mark Anderson

4. Japanese dialects, Shinji Sanada

5. Koine and koineization, Shin Abe

6. Language and migration in Japan, Ruriko Otomo

7. English in Japan, Ryuko Kubota

Part II: The multilingual ecology

8. Metroethnicity: From standardized identities to language aesthetics, John C. Maher

9. Metrolingualism in transitional Japan, Emi Otsuji

10. Linguistic landscape, Peter Backhaus

11. Bilingualism and bilingual education in Japan, Sachiyo Fujita-Round

12. Japan as a multilingual society, Hiroshi Shoji

Part III: Variation, style and interaction

13. Language variation and change, Kazuko Matsumoto

14. Code switching, language crossing and mediatized translinguistic practices, Rika Yamashita

15. Language and social relations, Zi Wang

16. Politeness, Yasuko Obana

17. Impoliteness, Yukiko Nishimura

18. Gendered speech, Yumiko Ohara

Part IV: Language problems and language planning

19. Language policy and planning, Ruriko Otomo

20. Script and orthography problems, Hidenori Masiko

21. Literacy and illiteracy, Takeshi Nakashima

22. Japanese language spread in the colonies and occupied territories, Toshiaki Yasuda

23. Ainu language shift, Takayuki Okazaki

24. Language shift in the Ryukyu Islands, Mark Anderson

25. Language rights, Goro Christoph Kimura

Part V: Research overviews

26. Language life (gengo seikatsu), Patrick Heinrich

27.The study of Japanese language speakers, Riikka Lansisalmi

28. Studies of Ryukyu-substrate Japanese, Mark Anderson

About the Author

Patrick Heinrich is Professor at the Department of Asian and African Studies at Ca' Foscari University in Venice, Italy, where he teaches Japanese and Ryukyuan sociolinguistics. His recent publications include Urban Sociolinguistics (Routledge, 2017) and The Making of Monolingual Japan (2012). Yumiko Ohara is Professor in the College of Hawaiian Language at the University of Hawai'i at Hilo, USA, where she teaches pragmatics and linguistics of endangered languages. Her publications include Various Approaches to Japanese Discourse (2007).

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