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Mon Mar 26 2007

Confs: General Ling/Norway

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Message 1: The Need or the Desire to Standardize?
Date: 23-Mar-2007
From: Rune Røsstad <rune.rosstadhia.no>
Subject: The Need or the Desire to Standardize?


The Need or the Desire to Standardize?

Date: 01-Nov-2007 - 03-Nov-2007
Location: Kristiansand, Norway
Contact: Rune Røsstad
Contact Email: spraknormhia.no
Meeting URL: http://www.hia.no/hum/nordisk/norm/engelsk-ind.htm

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Agder University College hosts a conference on language planning in Kristiansand
1-3 November 2007. The conference opens at 1 PM on Thursday, and it closes about
lunch time on Saturday

The conference is aimed at researchers who are interested in language planning,
persons affiliated with language planning institutions (i.e. language councils),
text producers in media and publishing houses, teachers and others interested in
language, language planning and cultivation.

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text producers in media and publishing houses, teachers and others interested in
language, language planning and cultivation.

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