The fragile future of the Cypriot Greek language in the UK

Karatsareas, P. 2018. The fragile future of the Cypriot Greek language in the UK. British Academy Review. 33, pp. 42-44.

TitleThe fragile future of the Cypriot Greek language in the UK
AuthorsKaratsareas, P.
Abstract

In this article, I reveal the difficulties faced by heritage language speakers in London’s Greek Cypriot diaspora.

KeywordsCypriot Greek
heritage language
community language
London
language maintenance
language shift
multilingualism
language attitudes
language ideologies
JournalBritish Academy Review
Journal citation33, pp. 42-44
ISSN2047-1866
Year2018
PublisherBritish Academy
Publisher's version
Web address (URL)https://www.britac.ac.uk/fragile-future-cypriot-greek-language-uk
Publication dates
Published21 Jun 2018
LicenseCC BY-NC-ND 4.0

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