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  2. Gillian Caglayan, International Journal of the Sociology of Language 137

Message 1: International Journal of the Sociology of Language 136 (1999)

Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 11:10:50 +0200
From: Gillian Caglayan <G.CaglayandeGruyter.de>
Subject: International Journal of the Sociology of Language 136 (1999)


1999, Issue 136
Post-Apartheid South Africa

Edited by Kay McCormick and Rajend Mesthrie



RAJEND MESTHRIE and KAY McCORMICK
 Introduction

DARYL MCLEAN
 Neocolonizing the mind? Emergent trends in language policy for
South
 African education

ATHALIE CRAWFORD
 "We can't all understand the whites' language": an analysis of
 monolingual health services in a multilingual society

EVE BERTELSEN
 Free to shop: new black advertising in South Africa

RUSSELL H. KASCHULA
 South Africa's language policy in relation to the OAU's language
 plan of action for Africa

CHRISTO VAN RENSBURG
 Afrikaans and apartheid

SIMON DONNELLY
 Southern Tekela Nguni is alive: reintroducing the Phuthi language


Review article

ANDREA DEUMERT
 Language planning in South Africa. (Language, Law and Equality,
edited by
 K. Prinsloo, Y. Peeters, J. Turi, and C. van Rensburg; Perspektieweop
 Taalbeplanning vir Suid-Afrika/Perspectives on Language Planning in

 South Africa, edited by P. H. Swanepoel and H. J. Pieterse;
 Language in South Africa, edited by V. N. Webb)


Book reviews

BENJAMIN MAGURA
 Language and Social History: Studies in South African
 Sociolinguistics, by Rajend Mesthrie

DUMISANI NTSHANGASE
 Communicating Across Cultures in South Africa: Toward a Critical
 Language Awareness, by Russell Kaschula and Christine Anthonissen

SINFREE MAKONI
 Focus on South Africa, by Vivian De Klerk

RAJEND MESTHRIE
 Straatpraatjes: Language, Politics and Popular Culture in Cape
 Town, 1909-1922, edited by Mohamed Adhikari
 Standard and Non-Standard African Language Varieties in the Urban
 Areas of South Africa, by Karen Calteaux
 A New English for a New South Africa? Language Attitudes, Language
 Planning and Education, by Ute Smit
 African Linguistics at the Crossroads: Papers from Kwaluseni,
 edited by R. K. Herbert

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Message 2: International Journal of the Sociology of Language 137

Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 11:13:12 +0200
From: Gillian Caglayan <G.CaglayandeGruyter.de>
Subject: International Journal of the Sociology of Language 137


International Journal of the Sociology of Language
1999, Issue 137
Language and Politics: Theory and Cases

Edited by Jacob M. Landau



JACOB M. LANDAU
 Introduction

RICHARD D. LAMBERT
 A scaffolding for language policy

FLORIAN COULMAS
 Language masters: defying linguistic materialism

WILLIAM SAFRAN
 Politics and language in contemporary France: facing supranational
 and infranational challenges

AMI AYALON
 Language as a barrier to political reform in the Middle East

ERIK JAN Z�RCHER
 The vocabulary of Muslim nationalism

BERNARD SPOLSKY and ELANA SHOHAMY
 Language In Israeli society and education

CRAIG A. SIRLES
 Politics and Arabization: the evolution of postindependence North
 Africa

SHLOMIT SHRAYBOM SHIVTIEL
 Language and political change in modern Egypt

MORDECHAI KEDAR
 "Arabness" in the Syrian Media: political messages conveyed by
 linguistic means

Small languages and small language communities 28

JOHN BATTENBURG
 The gradual death of the Berber language in Tunisia

Small languages and small language communities 29

STEPHEN A. WURM
 Language revivalism and revitalization in Pacific and Asian areas


Book review

JACOB M. LANDAU
 Arabic Sociolinguistics: Issues and Perspectives, by Yasir Suleiman



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Mouton de Gruyter
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10785 Berlin, Germany
Fax: +49 30 26005 222
e-mail: ordersdegruyter.de

Journals and titles published by Mouton de Gruyter can be
ordered via World Wide Web at:
http://www.degruyter.com

 Copyright (c) 1999 by Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG (VII.99)
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