Russian Diaspora: Culture, Identity, and Language Change - Contributions to the Sociology of Language [CSL]Ludmila Isurin (author)
Mixed media product Published: 29/03/2011
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The book presents a broad interdisciplinary perspective on the contemporary Russian immigration to three countries: the United States, Germany, and Israel. The changes and transformations in three domains, i.e., cultural perception, self-identification, and attitudes to first language maintenance, are explored through the Acculturation Framework that allows bringing together these essential aspects of immigration. A separate look at Jewish and Russian ethnic groups within the so-called Russian immigration as well as its interdisciplinary nature sets this book apart from other studies on recent immigration from the former USSR.
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter Inc
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