Introduction Symbolic politics : theory and evidence Theories of American identity American identity in surveys Defining American national identity Discussing language policy Mixed messages : hybrids, taxes, and the case of bilingual education Conclusion
Appendix A: exploratory factor analysis of American identity items (1996 GSS) Appendix B: question wording and coding for 1996 GSS data analyzed in chapter 4 Appendix C: focus group procedures Appendix D: questions guide for focus groups Appendix E: Coding ambivalent and opinionless policy-related thoughts.
Based on author's thesis (doctoral)--Princeton University, 2000.
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Print version: Schildkraut, Deborah Jill. Press one for English : language policy, public opinion, and American identity. Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press,  x, 244 pages ; 24 cm.