Planning Language, Planning Inequality: Language Policy in the Community
Longman, 1991 - Language planning - 234 pages
An examination of how an individual's native language can affect their lifestyle. Topics covered range from maintenance of the mother-tongue and second language learning, to the ideology of language planning theory, to education and language rights.
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Language policy and language learning
The ideology of language planning theory
Mothertongue maintenance and second language learning
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