על ספרה של מילה שוורץ: "Successful Family Language Policy". מאת: דבורה דובינר

The late Joshua Fishman, a renowned sociolinguist of Jewish descent, was a heritage language maintenance enthusiast and researcher. In one of his writings, he reported on a question directed by his father to his family at the dinner table: “What have you done for Yiddish today?” This question, posed by an immigrant determined to maintain his and his descendants’ ethnolinguistic identity, accurately reflects one family’s language policy, a topic that has only recently been given particular attention as a field of study

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