Language, Culture, and Identity in St. Martin

by Rhoda Arrindell

Paperback, 2014

Status

Available

Collection

Library's review

This book intended to contribute to the language education discourse and provide some insight into how language and culture affect and are affected by identity in St. Martin. Exploring the basic syntactical structure of the St. Martin language, it aims to stimulate further and deeper studies leading to a new awareness of the nature of the language. Furthermore, the book could serve to provide a knowledge base from which the analysis of cultural, identity, and educational issues confronting the South and North of this Caribbean island can be made and understood.… (more)

Publication

House of Nehesi Publishers (2014), 240 pages

Description

Literary Nonfiction. African American Studies. Latino/Latina Studies. LANGUAGE, CULTURE, AND IDENTITY IN ST. MARTIN is intended to contribute to the language education discourse and provide some insight into how language and culture affect and are affected by identity in St. Martin. Exploring the basic syntactical structure of the St. Martin language, it aims to stimulate further and deeper studies leading to a new awareness of the nature of the language. Furthermore, the book could serve to provide a knowledge base from which the analysis of cultural, identity, and educational issues confronting the South and North of this Caribbean island can be made and understood.

Language

Original language

English

Physical description

240 p.; 5 inches

ISBN

0988825228 / 9780988825222
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