They found that English monolingualism
was dominant across all three ethnic immigrant groups but especially among children of the third generation.
We do not accept monolingualism
as being the natural order of things!
The final essays by Hall and Arpaci concentrate on what has been called the auto-fictional impulse of Dischereit's writing or--with Jacques Derrida's more philosophical notion--"Monolingualism
of the Other": "It is possible to be monolingual ...
When a writing center embraces multilingualism rather than monolingualism
as a conceptual norm, many things change.
Emerging bilingual speech; from monolingualism
Gail Shuck, in "Combating Monolingualism
: A Novice Administrator's Challenge," presents the perspective of a WPA with an expertise in second language writing.
This is an entirely laudable aim, and justifies what might seem at first glance to be a rather elementary approach: for example, 'monolingualism
' is defined as 'ability to speak only one language' (p.
Even retail stores,previously bastions of monolingualism
,have taken it upon themselves to go bilingual.
The people who come from Africa, who are monolingual, real francophones, end up reinforcing their monolingualism
. Which is, by t he way, rather ironic because if they had settled in the United States, they would speak English.
As such it now poses a threat of linguistic imperialism to all the other languages which might lead to monolingualism
Expressions of xenophopia are often at the root of social movements, such as Neo-Naziism, monolingualism
and monocultural policies (e.g., the English Only Movement), the Klu-Klux-Klan, and the Moral Majority.