5. RELIGION AS A SITE OF LANGUAGE CONTACT

@article{Spolsky20035RA,
  title={5. RELIGION AS A SITE OF LANGUAGE CONTACT},
  author={B. Spolsky},
  journal={Annual Review of Applied Linguistics},
  year={2003},
  volume={23},
  pages={81 - 94}
}
  • B. Spolsky
  • Published 2003
  • Computer Science
  • Annual Review of Applied Linguistics
Until recently, the interaction between language and religion as topics relevant to bilingualism or multilingualism has been relatively little explored, although there is an extensive body of research on religious language. This chapter first provides an overview of earlier work, much of it on the translation of sacred texts into various languages. Past research has also identified the linguistic consequences of the spread of various religions, particularly with respect to choice of ritual… Expand

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Language planning and religion
Jewish Religious Multilingualism
Language planning as an element of religious practice
LANGUAGE APPROACHES IN THE PUBLIC PRACTICE OF RELIGION
The impact of religion on language maintenance and shift
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