LINGUIST List 30.1068

Fri Mar 08 2019

TOC: Language Policy 18 / 1 (2019)

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <>

Date: 04-Mar-2019
From: Helen van der Stelt <>
Subject: Language Policy Vol. 18, No. 1 (2019)
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Publisher: Springer

Journal Title: Language Policy
Volume Number: 18
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2019

Subtitle: Special Issue: Multilingualism and policy making in Greater China / Qi Shen, Xuesong Gao

Main Text:

Special Issue: Multilingualism and policy making in Greater China / Qi Shen, Xuesong Gao

Title: Multilingualism and policy making in Greater China: ideological and implementational spaces
Author(s): Qi Shen, Xuesong Gao
pages: 1-16

Title: Putonghua as “admission ticket” to linguistic market in minority regions in China
Author(s): Hao Xu
pages: 17-37

Title: Structures of feeling in language policy: the case of Tibetan in China
Author(s): Jing Zhang, Miguel Pérez-Milans
pages: 39-64

Title: Exploring the language policy and planning/second language acquisition interface: ecological insights from an Uyghur youth in China
Author(s): Yawen Han, Peter I. De Costa, Yaqiong Cui
pages: 65-86

Title: Construction of immigrant mothers’ language experiences in Taiwan: Mothering in one’s second language is a ‘choice’?
Author(s): Man-Chiu Amay Lin
pages: 87-105

Title: Publishing in and about English: challenges and opportunities of Chinese multilingual scholars’ language practices in academic publishing
Author(s): Yongyan Zheng, Xiaoyan Guo
pages: 107-130

Title: Moving between language frontiers: the challenges of the medium of instruction policy for Chinese as a second language
Author(s): Elizabeth K. Y. Loh, Loretta C. W. Tam, Kwok-chang Lau
pages: 131-153

Title: Book Review: Li Yuming (2015): Language Planning in China
Author(s): Bernard Spolsky
pages: 155-157

Title: Book Review: Jeffrey Gil: Soft Power and the Global Promotion of Chinese Language Learning: The Confucius Institute Project
Author(s): Citing Li
pages: 159-161

Title: Book Review: David Li: Multilingual Hong Kong: Languages, Literacies and Identities
Author(s): Chura Bahadur Thapa
pages: 163-165

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
                            English (eng)
                            Tibetan (bod)
                            Uyghur (uig)

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