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Taal en cultuur algemeen

James N. Sneddon

The Indonesian Language

€ 42.50



Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Preface 1(4)
Introduction
5(17)
A new language for a new nation
5(2)
A brief history of the language
7(2)
The standardisation and spread of Indonesian
9(2)
Malay outside Indonesia
11(3)
On the name of the language
14(1)
Fallacies and misconceptions
14(4)
The teaching of Indonesian as a foreign language
18(2)
Structure of the book
20(2)
Malay and the Austronesian Language Family
22(11)
The Austronesian languages
22(3)
Proto-Austronesian and its descendants
25(6)
The Malayic languages
31(2)
Old Malay
33(19)
The beginning of Indian influence
33(2)
The Malays and the growth of trade
35(1)
Srivijaya
36(4)
Srivijaya`s power and the spread of Malay
40(3)
The decline of Srivijaya
43(2)
Borrowing from Sanskrit
45(7)
The Classical Malay Period
52(27)
The coming of Islam
52(5)
Malacca and its influence
57(2)
Malay in the east
59(3)
The earliest Malay letters
62(3)
Malay literature
65(6)
Munshi Abdullah
71(1)
External influences
72(7)
European Influences Before the 20th Century
79(14)
The Portuguese
79(3)
The Dutch and their use of Malay
82(4)
1824: The dividing of the Malay world
86(1)
Moves towards standardisation
87(2)
Newspapers and their influence
89(2)
The influence of van Ophuijsen
91(2)
The 20th Century to 1945
93(21)
The situation at the beginning of the century
93(2)
Balai Pustaka
95(2)
Other influences and the emergence of General Cultivated Malay
97(2)
The nationalists
99(2)
The Second Indonesian Youth Congress and the Sumpah Pemuda
101(2)
Why Malay?
103(3)
Alisjahbana and Pujangga Baru
106(2)
The First Indonesian National Language Congress
108(1)
Dutch reaction and the position of Indonesian in 1941
109(2)
The Japanese period
111(3)
Language Planning
114(30)
The early days of planning
114(5)
Components of planning
119(2)
Diglossia and the language situation in Indonesia
121(4)
Conservatives vs progressives
125(2)
Spelling reform
127(1)
The Pusat Bahasa
128(2)
Alisjahbana vs Moeliono
130(2)
Cultivation and dissemination
132(5)
Language problems in the education system
137(2)
Bahasa pejabat
139(1)
Elite language and alienation
140(2)
The advice industry
142(2)
Beyond Planning: Other Influences on the Language
144(29)
The influence of Sukarno
144(1)
Acronyms and other abbreviations
145(4)
The mass media
149(3)
Borrowing from other languages
152(1)
Jakarta Malay and informal Jakartan Indonesian
153(3)
The influence of Javanese
156(4)
The influence of Dutch
160(7)
The influence of Sanskrit on the modern language
167(6)
The Influence of English
173(23)
The status language
173(4)
The role of the mass media in disseminating English
177(3)
Areas of borrowing
180(3)
The assimilation of borrowings
183(2)
Excessive borrowing from English
185(3)
Affixes
188(3)
Loan translations
191(1)
Grammatical innovations
192(2)
Reaction to English influence
194(2)
Regional Languages and the Spread of Indonesian
196(22)
The languages of Indonesia
196(3)
Knowledge of Indonesian
199(4)
Lingua francas and language shift
203(2)
The spread of Indonesian
205(2)
Efforts to maintain regional languages
207(3)
The position of Javanese
210(2)
The present state of Indonesian
212(1)
The future of Indonesian
213(5)
Endnotes 218(9)
References 227(9)
Index 236
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Paperback / softback
248 pagina's
Januari 2003
437 gram
229 x 159 x 25 mm
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