Language Problems and Language Planning 17:1

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Table of Contents
Balancing Macro- and Micro-Sociolinguistic Perspectives in Language Management: The Case of Singapore
Eddie C.Y. Kuo and Björn H. Jernudd
1–21
Il est interdit d'interdire!, Il n'est pas interdit d'imposer!, Il est recommandé de promouvoir
Paul Pupier
22–36
Real Men Don't Speak Quiché: Quiché Ethnicity, Ki-che Ethnic Movement, K'iche' Nationalism
M. Paul Lewis
37–54
Notes/Notoj/Notizen/Nota's
Le trilinguisme au Luxembourg
Jaume Corbera Pou
55–61
Some Thoughts on the Hebrew Revival
Jack Fellman
62–65
Reviews/Recenzoj/Buchbesprechungen/Recensies
J. A. Laponce Languages and Their Territories
Reviewed by Jesse Levitt
66–68
Henri Rougier et Andre-Louis Sanguin Les Romanches ou la Quatrième Suisse
Reviewed by Guy Heraud
69–71
Aula Almeida Dicionârios: Parentes e Aderentes
Reviewed by John Robert Schmitz
71–76
Francisco Da Silva Borba et al. Dicionário Gramatical de Verbos do Português Contemporâneo do Brasil
Reviewed by John Robert Schmitz
72–76
Mauro Villar Dicionârio Contrastivo Luso-Brasileiro
Reviewed by John Robert Schmitz
72–76
Mauricio Pilleux, Hernan Cuevas and Erica Avalos El lenguaje de serias
Reviewed by John Lihani
76–77
Kees De Bot, Ralph B. Ginsberg et Claire Kramsch (dir.) Foreign Language Research in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Reviewed by Regine Lambrech
78–80
Eberhard Kleesfschmidt (Hg.) Fremdsprachenunterricht zwischen Sprachenpolitik und Praxis
Reviewed by Klaus Schubert
80–82
John Steven Quakenbush Language Use and Proficiency in a Multilingual Setting
Reviewed by Richard A. Benton
82–86
Zygmunt Stoberski The Road to Transnationalization of Terminology
Reviewed by Klaus Schubert
86–87
David Burnley The History of the English Language: A Source Book
Reviewed by John Algeo
87–89
News/Novajoj/Nachrichten/Nieuws
90–97
Contributors/Kunlaborintoj/Mitarbeiter/Medewerkers
98–100