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Small-Language Fates and Prospects

Lessons of Persistence and Change from Endangered Languages: Collected Essays

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In <i>Small-Language Fates and Prospects</i> Nancy C. Dorian gathers findings from decades of documenting a Scottish Gaelic dialect in sharp decline, presenting detailed evidence of contraction and loss while also drawing lessons for maintenance and revitalization in other endangered-language settings.

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