|Number of pages||10|
|Journal||International Journal of the Sociology of Language|
|State||Published - 1974|
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
1 The preparation and writing of this paper was partly supported by a grant from the Ford Foundation to the Navajo Reading Study of the University of New Mexico. It is adapted from a longer paper, "Trends in the Study of Athapaskan Language Maintenance and Bilingualism", to appear in Advances in ffie Study of Societal Multilingualism, ed. by Joshua A. Fishman. We gratefully acknowledge the help of a number of scholars in preparing it: in particular, we thank Keith Basso, Faith Hill, Harry Basehart, Elaine Clark, Robert W. Young, Morris Opler, and Karen Cantrell for previously unpublished Information, and Michael Krauss for reading an earlier version and providing many valuable suggestions and much recent Information. 2 Cf., e.g. Chafe (1962).