- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Styles and Stereotypes
- 3 Asian American Stereotypes as Circulating Resource
- 4 Evidentiality and Morality in a Korean Heritage Language School
- 5 On Using Semiotic Resources in a Racist World
- 6 “Talk about Luck”
- 7 Turban Narratives
- 8 Constructing Ethnic Identity through Discourse
- 9 Who Is “Japanese” in Hawai'i?
- 10 Communities and Identities
- 11 Arbitrating Community Norms
- 12 Illegitimate Speakers of English
- 13 Bilingual Creativity and Self‐Negotiation
- 14 Phonological and Cultural Innovations in the Speech of Samoans in Southern California
- 15 What Do Bilinguals Do?
- 16 Ideologies of Legitimate Mockery
- 17 “We Can Laugh at Ourselves”
- 18 Reel to Real
- 19 Perspective and the Politics of Representation
- 20 Trading Tongues
- 21 Forever FOB?
- 22 Sequences, Scripts, and Subject Pronouns in the Construction of Chinese Heritage Identity
- 23 The Emergence of Language Identity in Cultural Action
- Beyond Yellow English
- Oxford University Press
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