July 2022

Ukraine in Transition: The Process of Reducing Russian Language Usage

Iscelle Abad, Zhuoen Li, Ira Throne, Ryan Tsai, Max Yudowitz With the ongoing invasion of Ukraine, language in the country is changing. In response to the war, many natives have expressed a desire to switch their primary language in daily life from Russian to Ukrainian. Although it’s been a while since it was conducted, the

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On Language Attitudes, Heritage Language Maintenance, and Biracial Identity Formation

Karin Antablian, Leslie Cheng, Tabitha Haskins, Kaoru Kaburagi, anonymous author. This study is an investigation of the relationship between biracial individuals and their association or dissociation with their cultural heritage. Using monoracial individuals as a control, we utilize survey methods and metalinguistic interviews to expand upon Cheng and Lee’s (2009) model, focusing particularly on how

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