Heritage Language Maintenance among Native English Speakers Living in Israel
Heritage language maintenance research most often focuses on heritage languages in English dominant societies. This paper presents a case-study, the second in a series, which focuses on the family language policy experiences, strategies, and outcomes of native English speakers raising children in a Hebrew dominant environment in Israel.
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