Attitudes Towards Hakka
This section about the interviewee's language attitudes towards their minority language, Hakka and thus investigate the value of Hakka to them.
First of all, the term, language attitude will be discussed with some scholarly references and to understand what causes these speakers to continue speaking in Hakka within their speech community. After that, with the help of Pierre Bourdieu's concepts about capital, we are going to see Hakka as a kind of social capital and cultural capital in relation to economic capital and obtain a better understanding about Hakka's value.
After reading this section, we hope that you will be able to understand how the minority language speakers see their language and the value of this language.