Table of contents for Beyond yellow English : toward a linguistic anthropology of Asian Pacific America / edited by Angela Reyes, Adrienne Lo.

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Contributors vii
1. Introduction: On Yellow English and Other Perilous Terms 1
	Adrienne Lo and Angela Reyes
Part I: Interactional Positionings of Selves and Identities
2. Styles and Stereotypes: The Linguistic Negotiation of Identity among Laotian American Youth 30
	Mary Bucholtz
3. Asian American Stereotypes as Circulating Resource 67
	Angela Reyes
4. Evidentiality and Morality in a Korean Heritage Language School 103
	Adrienne Lo
5. On Using Semiotic Resources in a Racist World: A Commentary 145
	Jane H. Hill
Part II: Discursive Constitutions of Groups and Communities
6. "Talk about Luck": Coherence, Contingency, Character and Class in the Life Stories of Filipino Canadians in Toronto 156
	Bonnie McElhinny, Valerie Damasco, Shirley Yeung, Angela DeOcampo, Monina Febria, Christianne Collantes, and Jason Salonga
7. Turban Narratives: Discourses of Identification and Difference among Punjabi Sikh Families in Los Angeles 189
	Wendy L. Klein
8. Constructing Ethnic Identity through Discourse: Self-categorization among Korean American Camp Counselors 226
	M. Agnes Kang
9. Who is "Japanese" in Hawai'i?: The Discursive Construction of Ethnic Identity 257
	Asuka Suzuki
10. Communities and Identities: Fraught Categories and Anchoring Resources: A Commentary 293
	Niko Besnier
Part III: Languages in Contact
11. Arbitrating Community Norms: The Use of English Me in Japanese Discourse 302
	Emi Morita
12. Illegitimate Speakers of English: Negotiation of Linguistic Identity among Korean International Students 339
	Joseph Sung-Yul Park
13. Bilingual Creativity and Self-negotiation: Korean-American Children's Language Socialization into Korean Address Terms 373
	Juyoung Song
14. Phonological and Cultural Innovations in the Speech of Samoans in Southern California 409
	Alessandro Duranti and Jennifer F. Reynolds
15. What Do Bilinguals Do?: A Commentary 445
	Asif Agha
Part IV: Linguistic Practices in Media Contexts
16. Ideologies of Legitimate Mockery: Margaret Cho's Revoicings of Mock Asian 457
	Elaine W. Chun
17. "We Can Laugh at Ourselves": Hawai'i Ethnic Humor, Local Identity and the Myth of Multiculturalism 507
	Roderick N. Labrador
18. Reel to Real: Desi Teens' Linguistic Engagements with Bollywood 546
	Shalini Shankar
19. Perspective and the Politics of Representation: A Commentary 575
	Susan Gal
Part V: Educational Institutions and Language Acquisition
20. Trading Tongues: Loss of Heritage Languages in the United States 582
	Leanne Hinton
21. Forever FOB?: Resisting and Reproducing the Other in High School ESL 613
	Steven Talmy
22. Sequences, Scripts, and Subject Pronouns in the Construction of Chinese Heritage Identity 647
	Agnes Weiyun He
23. The Emergence of Language Identity in Cultural Action: A Commentary 683
	Bonnie Urciuoli
Index XXX

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sociolinguistics -- United States.
Asian Americans -- Languages.
Asian Americans -- Ethnic identity.
Asian Americans and mass media.
Language and education -- United States.