McEwan-Fujita (Emily)

McEwan-Fujita (Emily): Scottish Gaelic and social identity in contemporary Scotland.
In Replika 8 (1997), pp. 135–156.
McEwan-Fujita (Emily): Neoliberalism and minority-language planning in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
In IJSL 171 (Jan., 2005), pp. 155–171.
McEwan-Fujita (Emily): ‘Gaelic doomed as speakers die out’?: The public discourse of Gaelic language death in Scotland.
In Revitalising Gaelic in Scotland (2006), pp. 279–293.
McEwan-Fujita (Emily): Working at “9 to 5” Gaelic: speakers, context, and ideologies of an emerging minority language register.
In Sustaining linguistic diversity (2008), pp. 81–93.
McEwan-Fujita (Emily): Ideology, affect, and socialization in language shift and revitalization: the experiences of adults learning Gaelic in the Western Isles of Scotland.
In LSY 39/1 (2010), pp. 27–64.
McEwan-Fujita (Emily): Ideologies and experiences of literacy in interactions between adult Gaelic learners and first language Gaelic speakers in Scotland.
In SGS 26 (Summer, 2010), pp. 87–114.
On the impact of the difference in literacy levels between learners and native speakers of Gaelic on the language revitalization process.
McEwan-Fujita (Emily): Sociolinguistic ethnography of Gaelic communities.
McEwan-Fujita (Emily): Language revitalization discourses as metaculture: Gaelic in Scotland from the 18th to 20th centuries.
In Language & communication 31 (2011), pp. 48–62.