A Dynamic Model of Multilingualism: Perspectives on Change in Psycholinguistics (Multilingual Matters #121) (Hardcover)
This book focuses on the psycholinguistic dynamics of multilingualism and the processes of change in time affecting two or more language systems. It develops a novel approach to this challenging subject by bringing together various strands of research including second language acquisition theory, bilingualism research and dynamic systems theory.
Philip Herdina has published on the methodology of linguistics and literature, theory of grammar and multilingualism. He is also the co-author of a bilingual philosophical dictionary. Ulrike Jessner has published on psycholinguistic issues in the fields of second language acquisition, multilingualism and gender issues. Recently she has co-edited the book English in Europe (Multilingual Matters, 2000). Both authors are Associate Professors of English Linguistics at the University of Innsbruck, Austria.