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Speaking Spanish in the US

The Sociopolitics of Language

Janet M. Fuller, Jennifer Leeman

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This book introduces readers to basic concepts of sociolinguistics with a focus on Spanish in the US. The coverage goes beyond linguistics to examine the history and politics of Spanish in the US, the relationship of language to Latinx identities, and how language ideologies and policies reflect and shape societal views of Spanish and its speakers. Accessible to those with no linguistic background, this book provides students with a foundation in the study of language and society, and the opportunity to relate theoretical concepts to Spanish in the US in a range of contexts, including everyday speech, contemporary culture, media, education and policy. The book is a substantially revised and expanded 2nd edition of Spanish Speakers in the USA, including new chapters on the history of Spanish in the US, the demographics of Spanish in the US, and language policy; and expanded chapters on language ideologies, race, identity, media, and education. 

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Spanish, language practices of immigrants, Latinx students, Language contact, language policy, sociopolitics of Spanish in the US, multilingualism, Language ideologies, immigration and language policy, English-only, Spanglish, Spanish in the US, language and identity, language and power, language and society