By Thomas Ricento
An advent to Language coverage: Theories and process is a set of newly-written chapters that conceal the main theories and techniques at the moment hired by means of students lively within the box.
- provides an obtainable creation to the learn of language coverage learn and language’s position in social lifestyles
- consists of newly commissioned essays written by way of the world over famous students
- helps outline and describe a growing to be box of inquiry and is an authoritative resource for college kids, students and researchers in linguistics, utilized linguistics, schooling, coverage stories and comparable components
- includes part overviews, annotated bankruptcy bibliographies, and dialogue questions
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The authors offer a schema of processes and policy types for language-in-education planning. In their concluding chapters, they propose and exemplify a model depicting the array of forces (or language change elements) at work in a linguistic ecosystem. Tollefson, J. W. (1991). Planning language, planning inequality: Language policy in the community. London: Longman. Well organized for teaching and highly engaged with critical social theory, this book takes up a series of speciﬁc LP issues in turn, exempliﬁed by cases from around the world – mother-tongue education, English-language teaching, refugee-language education, choice of national language, language rights – each introduced from the perspective of individuals facing difﬁcult linguistic choices within the constraints of state language policies.
In T. Huebner & K. A. ), Sociopolitical perspectives on language policy and planning in the USA (pp. 67–97). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Ferguson, C. A. (1968). Language development. In J. Fishman, C. A. Ferguson, & J. ), Language problems of developing nations (pp. 27–35). New York: John Wiley & Sons. Fettes, M. (1997). Language planning and education. In R. Wodak & D. ), Language policy and political issues in education (pp. 13–22). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic. Fill, A. & Mühlhaüsler, P. ) (2001).
1999), analysis of contemporary political speeches, legislation, newspaper reporting, and focus group discussions have been contextualized within a broader sociohistorical framework that goes well beyond the texts themselves. ) are correlated with patterns of language use, shift, and loss within particular political, cultural, and economic historical contexts. What these and other research methods have in common is an awareness of and interest in the operation of power in decision-making relating to languages, whether on the part of individuals, families, groups, states, regions, or supranational bodies, such as the European Union.
An Introduction to Language Policy: Theory and Method by Thomas Ricento