Browsing College of Arts by Subject "language revitalisation"
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Eke ki runga i te waka: the use of dominant metaphors by newly-fluent Māori speakers in historical perspective (University of Canterbury. Maori and Indigenous Studies, 2007)In language revitalisation movements the main impetus and passion is often provided by adults who, as second language speakers, have gained fluency in their heritage language. As parents and teachers these adults often ...