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Thu Jul 11 2002

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Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2002 05:09:30 +0200 (METDST)
From: kap-listman <kap-listmanwkap.nl>
Subject: Language Policy. Vol. 1, Issue 2


Language Policy

ISSN 1568-4555

http://www.wkap.nl/issuetoc.htm/1568-4555+1+2+2002

Vol. 1, Issue 2, 2002.

TITLE: Editorial
AUTHOR(S): 
KEYWORD(S): gender roles, intergenerational transfer, Kazakh, Kazakhstan,
Reversing Language Shift, Russian.
PAGE(S): 121-122

TITLE: The Holiness of Yiddish: Who Says Yiddish is Holy and
Why?
AUTHOR(S): Joshua A. Fishman
KEYWORD(S): language attitudes, language sanctity, positive ethnolinguistic
consciousness, status change in vernaculars, Yiddish.
PAGE(S): 123-141

TITLE: Mismatches in Language Policy and Practice in Education:
The Case of Gaelscoileanna in the Republic of Ireland
AUTHOR(S): Maria Coady, Muiris O Laoire
KEYWORD(S): bilingual education, Gaelic, Gaelscoileanna, Ireland, Irish,
Irish-medium schools, language planning, language policy.
PAGE(S): 143-158

TITLE: Attitudes towards Incipient Mankurtism among Kazakhstani
College Students
AUTHOR(S): William P. Rivers
KEYWORD(S): gender roles, intergenerational transfer, Kazakh, Kazakhstan,
Reversing Language Shift, Russian.
PAGE(S): 159-174

TITLE: Daniel Nettle. Linguistic Diversity
AUTHOR(S): Tove Skutnabb-Kangas, David Harmon
PAGE(S): 175-182

TITLE: Dennis Ager. Motivation in Language Planning and Language
Policy
AUTHOR(S): John L.M. Trim
KEYWORD(S): gender roles, intergenerational transfer, Kazakh, Kazakhstan,
Reversing Language Shift, Russian.
PAGE(S): 183-192

TITLE: Jim Cummins. Language, Power and Pedagogy: Bilingual Children
in the Crossfire
AUTHOR(S): Maria Estela Brisk
PAGE(S): 193-195

TITLE: Tessa Carroll. Language Planning and Language Change in
Japan
AUTHOR(S): Florian Coulmas
PAGE(S): 196-199

TITLE: Benecticta Egbo. Gender, Literacy and Life Chances in
Sub-Saharan Africa
AUTHOR(S): Clinton Robinson
PAGE(S): 199-202

TITLE: Mari Jones C. Language Obsolescence and Revitalization:
Linguistic Change in Two Sociolinguistically Contrasting
Welsh Communities
AUTHOR(S): Francois Grin
PAGE(S): 203-204

TITLE: Kendall King. Language Revitalization Processes and Prospects:
Quichua in the Ecuadorian Andes
AUTHOR(S): Serafin M. Coronel-Molina
PAGE(S): 204-207

TITLE: Stephen A. Wurm (Ed). Atlas of the World`s Languages in
Danger of Disappearing; Dicky Gilbers, John Nerbonne &
Jos Schaeken (eds). Languages in Contact
AUTHOR(S): Bernard spolsky, Richard D. Lambert
KEYWORD(S): gender roles, intergenerational transfer, Kazakh, Kazakhstan,
Reversing Language Shift, Russian.
PAGE(S): 209-209

TITLE: Roca, Ana (ed.). Research on Spanish in the United States:
Linguistic Issues and Challenges; Anderson, Ronald James.
Asheninka Stories of Change
AUTHOR(S): Bernard Spolsky
PAGE(S): 210-210

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