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Message 1: Language Planning in China: A bibliography

Date: Mon, 17 Nov 1997 16:55:45 +0800
From: Peter Yongqi Gu <peterguln.edu.hk>
Subject: Language Planning in China: A bibliography

The following people responded to my query on language planning in China
and helped me compile the following bibliography. Thank you very much, Folks.

JIANHUA BAI <baiKENYON.EDU>
John Cleary <zedat.fu-berlin.de>
Lance Eccles <leccleslaurel.ocs.mq.edu.au>
liu Fugen <lfugenearwig.ed.ac.cowan.edu.au>
Anthea F. GUPTA <engafgleeds.ac.uk>
Gus M. Habermann <G.M.Habermannmassey.ac.nz>
Tim Parke <t.parkeherts.ac.uk>
Kathleen Tacelosky <katUTARLG.UTA.EDU>


A Bibliography on
Language Planning and Language Policy in China
(Materials in English)

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Graduate School, Georgetown University. Barnes, D. (1974b). Language
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Barnes, D. (1977a). Review article: Rosaline Kwan-wai Chiu, Language
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Blakely, Mary M. (1991). Minority education in rural China: Guizhou.
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Yin, Bo & Baldauf, R. B., Jr. (1990). Language reform of spoken
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 ___________________________________________________________________
 Dr. Peter Yongqi Gu, Assistant Professor
 Dept of English, Lingnan College, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong
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