Multidimensionality of tone in Pahari
The current study investigated the contribution of different acoustic dimensions to tonal contrasts in Pahari, an understudied language in the Pakistan-administrated part of Kashmir. While previous… Expand
Sacred language acquisition in superdiverse contexts
- Linguistics and Education
Abstract This article presents and discusses data which reveal the multilingual contexts of contemporary UK mosque schools offering Muslim children liturgical (Qur’anic) literacy acquisition. It… Expand
Transnational Literacies as Social Remittances: The Role of Language Ideologies in Shaping Migrants’ Online Literacies
- Applied Linguistics
It is now twenty years since the term ‘social remittances’ was taken up to capture the notion that migration involves the circulation of ideas, practices, identities, and social capital between… Expand
A typological study of Voice Onset Time (VOT) in Indo-Iranian languages
- Computer Science, History
- J. Phonetics
Investigating whether Voice Onset Time reliably differentiates the word-initial stop laryngeal categories and how it covaries with different places of articulation in ten languages indicated that there was a clear VOT distinction between the voiceless unaspirated and voiceless aspirated stops. Expand
Challenging the discursive positioning of young British Muslims through the multilingual performance of devotional song and poetry
ABSTRACT This article presents data which challenge current hegemonic discourses in public and media spaces which reductively position young British Muslims as linguistically problematic. Framing… Expand
Globalisation, the practice of devotional songs and poems and the linguistic repertoires of young British Muslims
Abstract This article provides empirical data from transnational religious contexts which highlight the complexity, fluidity and indexicality of language and religious practices in globalising… Expand
Linguistic diversity, vitality and maintenance : A case study on the language situation in northern Pakistan
The multilingual and multicultural region of northern Pakistan, which has approximately 30 distinct languages, is described and evaluated from the perspective of language vitality, revealing the di… Expand
The role of Muslim devotional practices in the reversal of language shift
ABSTRACT Fishman’s scale for evaluating language vitality proposes a stage in language shift where exclusively the older generation takes part in ‘rituals’, ‘concerts’ and ‘songfests’ in the minority… Expand
Light verb constructions in Potwari
Assessing the Quality of Persian Translation of Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-four Based on House's Model: Overt-covert Translation Distinction
This study aimed to assess the quality of Persian translation of Orwell's (1949) Nineteen Eighty-Four by Balooch (2004) based on House's (1997) model of translation quality assessment. To do so,… Expand
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Mirpuri immigrants in England: A sociolinguistic survey
More than half a million Mirpuri people, originally from northeast Pakistan, now live in England. Mirpuri immigrants in the UK are primarily located in Yorkshire. This survey uses questionnaires and… Expand
Herfa na dil bole
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Pehli tibi imdad
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First Pothwari/Pahari Qaida (title in Perso-Arabic script)
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