Minority Languages, Multimedia and the Web 
Special Issue of the New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia    
Volume 11, Number 2 / December 2005
Guest-edited by Daniel Cunliffe and Susan Herring

Abstracts available freely online:
http://www.journalsonline.tandf.co.uk/link.asp?id=j61m14138672 

Introduction available freely online:
http://www.journalsonline.tandf.co.uk/link.asp?id=j433r01605759l51 

Contents

Introduction to Minority Languages, Multimedia and the Web  pp. 131 -
137 Daniel Cunliffe and Susan C. Herring
http://www.journalsonline.tandf.co.uk/link.asp?id=j433r01605759l51 
 
Digital libraries and minority languages  pp. 139 - 155 David M.
Nichols, Ian H. Witten, Te Taka Keegan, David Bainbridge, Michael
Dewsnip  
  
Promoting minority-language use in a bilingual online community  pp. 157
- 179 D. Cunliffe and R. Harries  

Immersion multimedia for adult Chiricahua language learners  pp. 181 -
203 M. Kalish  

Resistance to globalization: Language and Internet diffusion patterns in
Uzbekistan  pp. 205 - 220 Carolyn Y. Wei and Beth E. Kolko  

Language-sensitive search behaviour and the role of domain knowledge
pp. 221 - 246 A. Kralisch and B. Berendt  

Review of script displays of African languages by current software  pp.
247 - 255 Quintin Gee  
 
  
Regards,

Daniel Cunliffe   

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