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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Language Legislation and Linguistic Rights Conference (1996 : University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign).
Language legislation and linguistic rights.
Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. Benjamin Pub., ©1998
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Douglas A Kibbee
|Reproduction Notes:||Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL|
|Description:||1 online resource (xvi, 415 pages).|
|Details:||Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.|
|Contents:||1. Acknowledgments (by Kibbee, Douglas A.); 2. Presentation (by Kibbee, Douglas A.); 3. Legal and Linguistic Perspectives on Language Legislation (by Kibbee, Douglas A.); 4. The Linguistic Rights of Non-English Speaking Suspects, Whitnesses, Victims and Defendants (by Storey, Kate); 5. Great Mischiefs - An Historical Look at Language Legislation in Great Britain (by Morris, Ruth); 6. The Crminalization of Spanish in the United States (by MacGregor-Mendoza, Patricia); 7. Towards Consensus? Standard English in the National Curriculum (by Swann, Joan); 8. Beyond an Anglo-Saxon Confederation: the Clash of World Hegemonies in the Language Ideologies of Arthur Balfour and Woodrow Wilson (by Andre, Chris); 9. Anatomy of the English-Only Movement: Social and Ideological Sources of Language Restrictionism in the United States (by Crawford, James); 10. The Courts, the Legislature and society: the Shaping of Federal Language Policy in the United States (by Ricento, Thomas); 11. Language Rights Arguments in Central Europe and the USA: How Similar Are They? (by Kontra, Miklos); 12. What Happens After English is Declared the Official Language of the United States? (by Wiley, Terrence G.); 13. A Historical Perspective on Language Policy in Russia (by Schmitt, Elena); 14. Majority Language, Minority Misery: The Case of sri Lanka (by Bailey, Richard W.); 15. On the Eleven-Official Languages Policy of the New South Africa (by Mmusi, Sheila); 16. OAU's Resolutions on African Languages and the State of Their Implementation (by Mateene, Kahambo); 17. Language Policy in Education and the Future of Indigenous Languages in Post-Apartheid South Africa (by Sukumane, Joyce B.); 18. Language and human Rights in Africa (by Nguessan, Michel); 19. The Case for Brazilian Sign Language: A Deaf Community Finds Its Voice (by Berenz, Norine); 20. Requirements, Dynamics and Realities of Language Use in the EU: A Case Study of the European Commission (by Quell, Carsten); 21. French Language Policy and Francophonie (by Calvet, Louis-Jean); 22. Quebec's Charter of the French Language Twenty Years After (by Paquette, Gerald); 23. The Philosophy of the French Language Legislation: Internal and International Aspects (by Marek, Yves); 24. The role of the french Language in Maintening Linguistic Diversity in North America: Some Glottopolitical Considerations (by Labrie, Normand); 25. Bibliography; 26. Index of Personal Names; 27. Index of Languages; 28. General Index|
|Series Title:||Impact, studies in language and society, 2.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Douglas A. Kibbee.|
- Language policy -- Congresses.
- Language and languages -- Law and legislation -- Congresses.
- Linguistic minorities -- Civil rights -- Congresses.
- Politique linguistique -- Congrès.
- Langage et langues -- Droit -- Congrès.
- Droits linguistiques -- Congrès.
- LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Linguistics -- Sociolinguistics.