Article published in:Language Planning and Language Policy in Australia
Edited by Anthony J. Liddicoat
[Australian Review of Applied Linguistics. Series S 8] 1991
► pp. 3–22
Australia’s language policies are we going backwards?
The recent White Paper, Australia’s Language – The Australian Language and Literacy Policy, is the latest contribution to the history of language policies in Australia. This article explores that history, giving particular attention to each of the string of policy documents released since the early 1980s. Features of the current debate in Australia are drawn out, and a comparative assessment is made of Australia’s policies and those of other countries.
Published online: 01 January 1991
Cited by 12 other publications
Baldauf, Richard B.
Freeman, Leonard A. & Bea Staley
Liddicoat, Anthony J.
Martinez-Brawley, Emilia E. & Paz M-B. Zorita
Sharifian, Farzad & Roland Sussex
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