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Welsh language transmission and use in families

Evas, Jeremy; Morris, Jonathan; Whitmarsh, Lorraine
This presentation reports on a recent independent research project commissioned by the Welsh Government which aimed to examine how parents use Welsh with their children and how the use of Welsh in the home is influenced by various factors. Specifically, the project aimed to answer the following research questions: · What are the conditions that facilitate Welsh language transmission within families, and the conditions that make Welsh language transmission less likely? · What are the condition...

Community language regeneration: realising potential

Evas, Jeremy; Williams, Colin (1998)
A presentation to the International Conference on Community Language Planning hosted by the Welsh Language Board, Cardiff.

“Using their language shouldn’t cost the user a thing”

Evas, Jeremy; Franco, Anna; UOC - Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (2009)
Interview held prior to delivery of lecture on Language and Technology, Barcelona (2008).

Uptake of atmospheric molecules by ice nanoparticles: Pickup cross sections

Lengyel, J.; Kocisek, J.; Poterya, V.; Pysanenko, A.; Svrckova, P.; Farnik, M.; Zaouris, D. K.; Fedor, J. (2012)
Projects: SNSF | Electron-driven chemistry at liquid interfaces (PZ00P2_132357), EC | ICONIC (238671)
Uptake of several atmospheric molecules on free ice nanoparticles was investigated. Typical examples were chosen: water, methane, NOx species (NO, NO₂), hydrogen halides (HCl, HBr), and volatile organic compounds (CH₃OH, CH₃CH₂OH). The cross sections for pickup of these molecules on ice nanoparticles (H₂O)N with the mean size of ***Missing image substitution***≈ 260 (diameter ∼2.3 nm) were measured in a molecular beam experiment. These cross sections were determined from the cluster beam velo...

Information Technology and Welsh: a strategy document

Evas, Jeremy; Welsh Language Board (2006)

'Gwell Cymro, Cymro oddi cartref'? - cymhlethdod meddwl a gwaith John Ceiriog Hughes

Huws, Bethan Angharad
Dyma astudiaeth ar waith, bywyd a meddwl y bardd John Ceiriog Hughes (Ceiriog). Wrth graffu ar fywyd Ceiriog yn ystod ei gyfnod ym Manceinion, dehonglir ei gyfraniad fel bardd, gohebydd yn ogystal â'i gyfraniad dan enw yr alter ego dychanol 'Syr Meurig Grynswth'.

Influences of language contact and linguistic experience on the production of lexical stress in Welsh and Welsh English

Mennen, Ineke; Mayr, Robert; Morris, Jonathan (2015)
This paper presents preliminary findings of an\ud investigation into the realisation of lexical stress in\ud monolingual and bilingual male adolescents from a\ud community in West Wales. Monolingual speakers of\ud Welsh English were compared with bilinguals from\ud Welsh-speaking and English-speaking homes. This\ud allowed us to explore the effects of language contact\ud and individual linguistic experience on the\ud realisation of lexical stress in Welsh and Welsh\ud English.\ud Results show...