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Language culture type : international type design in the age of Unicode

by John D Berry; Mark Batty; Robert Bringhurst; Maxim Zhukov; Matthew Carter; John Hudson; Gayanch Bagdasaryan.; Vincent Figgins; Roger Robertson; United Nations. Year of dialog among civilizations.; Association typographique internationale.; Graphis, Inc.; Joh. Enschedé en Zonen.; Tiro Typeworks.; ParaGraph International.;

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Mutual Understanding in a Plural Society   (2006-09-28)


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History, language and culture are the correct insight to the identity of human beings. Seldom we found a grass-root level investigation into the interconnection of culture and language, but, we would rather forget the importance of language in the cultural diversity."Language Culture Type", gives an intersting explanation of the origin and development of language and the culture that related to it. Most impressing idea in this book is that it tries to keep the diversity in the age of "unicode" and "globalization".An intersting book must read by all.

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