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Infoling 8.13 (2016)
Título:Language Ideology, Policy and Planning in Peru
Autor/a:Coronel-Molina, Serafín M.
Año de publicación:2015
Lugar de edición:Bristol
Editorial:Multilingual Matters
DescripciónThis book explores the role of language academies in preserving and revitalizing minority or endangered languages. The author studies the controversial High Academy of the Quechua Language (HAQL) in Peru, the efficacy of which has been questioned by some experts. The book delves into the positions, attitudes, ideologies and practices of the HAQL and the role it has played in language policy and planning in the Andean region. The author uses ethnographic fieldwork to support what was previously only anecdotal evidence from individuals viewing the Academy from the outside. This book would appeal to anyone studying the sociolinguistics of the Quechua language, as well as to those studying broader issues of Indigenous language policy and planning, maintenance and revitalization.

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ÍndiceFigures and Tables

Part 1: Setting The Scene

1. Why Study a Language Academy?
Why Use an Ethnographic Approach?
What Do I Want to Know?
Methodological Paradigms
Data Collection

2. Theoretical Paradigms: Dynamics of Language Change
Language Attitudes and Ideologies
Language Dynamics: The Circle of Life
Language Policy and Planning

3. What are Language Academies Good For?
A Quick Trip around the World
A More Leisurely Tour: Points of Interest

4. Language Policy and Planning in Peru: A Brief History
LPP in Incan Times
LPP in Colonial Times
LPP from Independence to Contemporary Times

Part 2: High Academy of the Quechua Language: Foundations

5. Quest for Official Recognition
Founding the Academy as an Institution
Establishing a Home for the Academy

6. Anatomy of an Academy: Structure, Membership, Statutes
Academic Assembly
HAQL Statutes over Time

Part 3: Inventing Tawantinsuyu and Qhapaq Simi: Ideologies of the HAQL

7. Imagining a ‘Nation’, Idealizing a Language
Imagining a ‘Nation’
Rising in the East: ‘Eastern’ vs. ‘Western’ Nationalism
Hand in Glove: Language and Nation
The Purest Language

8. Constructing and Deconstructing Expertise
Just Who Is the Expert Here?
Top-Down Over Bottom-Up?
Validating Expertise: Does Research Help?

9. Allies or Enemies? Collaborating with the HAQL
Government Collaborations
Community Outreach
Institutional Collaborations
Regional Affiliates

Part 4: Empowering Inca Quechua: Language Planning a la HAQL

10. Status Planning with the HAQL
Status and the Law
Status and Society
In Summary: Expanding Domains of Use

11. Corpus Planning’s Alphabet Wars: Quechua Graphization
Internal Debates
External Conflicts
Graphization and the HAQL Statutes

12. Standardizing and Modernizing Quechua: An Ongoing Dilemma
Decisions, Decisions: What Standard to Choose?
‘Make It So’: Codifying the Standard
Today, Tomorrow and Beyond: Modernizing the Language
Neologisms and Loanwords
In Summary: Revitalized or Not?

Part 5: Spreading the Language of the Apus: Acquisition Planning and Revitalization Struggles

13. Preparing for Pedagogy
Preparing for the Classroom
Creating the Centro de Enseñanza of the HAQL
Cost of Studies
Curricular Goals
Student Perspectives on the Curriculum
Instructor Qualifications and Course Programming

14. Learning Quechua with the HAQL
First Level Quechua Class (Introductory)
Third Level Quechua Class (Intermediate)
Sixth Level Quechua Class (Advanced)
In Summary: Acquision Efforts

15. Where Do We Go From Here? Final Thoughts and Recommendations
HAQL and Language Policy and Planning in Peru
Recommendations and Suggestions for the HAQL
Local and Global Implications of the Study
Future Directions

Appendix 1: Log of Audio-Recorded Data
Appendix 2: Publications Associated with the HAQL Related to Status, Corpus and Acquisition Planning

Precio: 129,95 EUR      USD 169.95

Fecha de publicación en Infoling:7 de agosto de 2016