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Wortham 2005); (3) the relationship between proficiency in Chinese and Chineseness, considering that many people of Chinese ethnic descent no longer speak any variety of Chinese, and a growing number of non-Chinese people who are learning Chinese to high levels of proficiency are also questioning their own sense of Chineseness and their sinophone identities; and (4) the changing status of certain nonstandard varieties of Chinese – including nonstandard dialects of Mandarin – spoken in many diaspora homes and the ways in which speakers of those languages are both positioned and socialized within home and Chinese school settings in relation to more standard current prestige varieties.

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