These are the sources and citations used to research Colonial impact on modern attitudes towards the Irish language. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Agyekum, 2022)
Your Bibliography: Agyekum, K., 2022. Linguistic imperialism and language decolonisation in Africa through documentation and preservation. In: J. Kandybowicz, T. Major, H. Torrence and P. Duncan, ed., African linguistics on the prairie: Selected papers from the 45th Annual Conference on African Linguistics. Berlin: Language Science Press, pp.87-104.
In-text: (Howe, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Howe, S., 2008. Questioning the (bad) question: ‘Was Ireland a colony?’. Irish Historical Studies, 36(142), pp.138-152.
In-text: (Jinadu, 1976)
Your Bibliography: Jinadu, L., 1976. Language and Politics: On the Cultural Basis of Colonialism. Cahiers d’études africaines, 16(63), pp.603-614.
In-text: (Nally, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Nally, D., 2008. “That Coming Storm”: The Irish Poor Law, Colonial Biopolitics, and the Great Famine. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 98(3), pp.714-741.
In-text: (Zuckermann and Walsh, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Zuckermann, G. and Walsh, M., 2011. Stop, Revive, Survive: Lessons from the Hebrew Revival Applicable to the Reclamation, Maintenance and Empowerment of Aboriginal Languages and Cultures. Australian Journal of Linguistics, 31(1), pp.111-127.
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