LINGUIST List 12.2962

Tue Nov 27 2001

TOC: Multilingual & Multicultural Devel. Vo.22,No3.

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  1. Kathryn King, TOC: J of Multilingual & Multicultural Development Vo.22, No.3, 2001

Message 1: TOC: J of Multilingual & Multicultural Development Vo.22, No.3, 2001

Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2001 14:20:26 +0000
From: Kathryn King <>
Subject: TOC: J of Multilingual & Multicultural Development Vo.22, No.3, 2001

Barbara Burnaby and Marguerite Mackenzie:
Cree Decision Making Concerning Language: A Case Study 

Andr´┐Ż Lecours:
Regionalism, Cultural Diversity and the State in Spain 

Ronald C. Morren:
Creole-based Trilingual Education in the Caribbean Archipelago of San
Andres, Providence and Santa Catalina Tariq Rahman: English-Teaching
Institutions in Pakistan

Book Reviews
The Transience of American Swedish 
The Welsh Language and the 1891 Census 
Language Learning Motivation: Pathways to the New Century 
Foreign Language Teaching & Language Minority Education 
The Sociology of Nationalism: Tomorrow's Ancestors 
The Lie of the Land: Irish Identities 
Authentic Ethnicities: The Interaction of Ideology, Gender Power,
and Class in the Italian-American Experience 
On Toleration 
An Anthropologist in Japan: Glimpses of Life in the Field 
Critical Multiculturalism 
Teaching and Learning Irish in Primary School: A Review of 
Research and Development 
First Person Singular III: Autobiographies by North American 
Scholars in the Language Sciences 
A Dictionary of Hiberno-English: The Irish Use of English 
Nomadic Identities: The Performance of Citizenship 
Turning Tide: The Ebb and Flow of Hawaiian Nationality 
Towards a Critical Multicultural Literacy: Theory and Practice
for Education for Liberation 

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Kathryn King
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