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Title Northwest voices : language and culture in the Pacific Northwest / edited by Kristin Denham.

Published Corvallis : Oregon State University Press, 2019.
©2019

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 UniM Bail  306.4409795 NORT    AVAILABLE
Physical description 192 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: Historical Background / Kristin Denham -- Linguistic diversity in Oregon and Washington / Edwin Battistella and David Pippin -- Place names of the Pacific Northwest / Allan Richardson -- Introduction: Indigenous Voices / Kristin Denham -- Indigenous language revitalization in the Pacific Northwest / Russell Hugo -- Reviving Chinook jargon: the Chinuk Wawa language program of the confederated tribes of Grand Ronde, Oregon / Henry Zenk and Kathy Cole -- Indigenous language revitalization program in Puyallup Territory / Danica Sterud Miller -- Introduction: English Voices and Attitudes in the Pacific Northwest / Kristin Denham -- English in the evergreen state / Alicia Beckford Wassink -- Seattle to Spokane: what Washingtonians think about English spoken in their state / Betsy Evans -- What Oregon English can tell us about dialect diversity in the Pacific Northwest / Kara Becker -- Introduction: Perceptions, Pragmatics, and Power. It's not what we say, it's how we say it: a brief examination of the pragmatic nuances of interpersonal communication in the region / Jordan B. Sandoval -- Language and power, language and place / Kristin Denham.
Summary The Pacific Northwest has long been a linguistically-rich area, yet few books are devoted its linguistic heritage. The essays collected in Northwest Voices examine the historical background of the Pacific Northwest, the contributions of Indigenous languages, the regional legacy of English, and the relationship between our perceptions of people and the languages they speak. The Pacific Northwest has had a surprising number of influences on the English language, and a great number of other languages have left their mark. Individual essays examine linguistic diversity, explore the origins and use of place names, and detail efforts to revive indigenous languages. -- Provided by publisher.
Other author Denham, Kristin E., 1967- editor.
Subject Indians of North America -- Northwest Coast of North America -- Languages.
Language and culture -- Northwest, Pacific.
Northwest Coast of North America -- Languages.
Northwest, Pacific -- Languages.
ISBN 9780870719639 paperback; alkaline paper
0870719637 paperback; alkaline paper