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Orthographies and ideologies in revived Cornish

@inproceedings{DaviesDeacon2016OrthographiesAI,
  title={Orthographies and ideologies in revived Cornish},
  author={Merryn Davies-Deacon},
  year={2016}
}
  • Merryn Davies-Deacon
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology
  • While orthography development involves detailed linguistic work, it is particularly subject to non-linguistic influences, including beliefs relating to group identity, as well as political context and the level of available state support. This thesis investigates the development of orthographies for Cornish, a minority language spoken in the UK. Cornish is a revived language: while it is now used by several hundred people, it underwent language death in the early modern era, with the result… CONTINUE READING

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