Language Problems and Language Planning

Volume 22, Issue 1 (1998)

1998.  
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
De la dualité à la complémentarité: Le cas du bilinguisme au Maroc
Rabia Redouane
1–18
Phonology Meets Ideology: The Meaning of Orthographic Practices in British Creole
Mark Sebba
19–47
Language Planning in Botswana
Lydia Nyati-Ramahobo
48–62
A Political Sociology of the World Language System (1): The Dynamics of Language Spread
Abram de Swaan
63–75
Interlinguistics/Interlingüística/Interlinguistik/Interlingvistiko
Interlinguistics in China
Haitao Liu
76–87
Reviews/Créticas/Rezensionen/Recenzoj
Review of Bastardas & Boix (1994): ¿Un estado, una lengua? La organizatión polític a de la diversidad lingüística
Reviewed by Jan Goes
88–89
Review of Paulston (1994): Linguistic Minorities in Multilingual Settings
Reviewed by Nicolau A. Dols Salas
89–91
Review of Roca & Jensen (1996): Spanish in Contact: Issues in Bilingualism
Reviewed by Frank Nuessel
91–93
Review of Görlach (1995): More Englishes: New Studies in Varieties of English 1988–1944
Reviewed by Karol Janicki
93–98
Review of Maurais (1996): Quebec’s Aboriginal Languages: History, Planning and Development
Reviewed by Paul E. O'Donnell
98–100
Review of Bettoni & Rubino (1996): Emigrazione e comportamento linguistico: Un’indagine sul trilinguismo dei siciliani e del veneti in australia
Reviewed by Frank Nuessel
100–102
Review of Marti (1996): Sprachenpolitik in Grenzregionen
Reviewed by Patrick Stevenson
102–106
Review of Hualde, Lakarra & TRASK (1995): Towards a History of the Basque Language
Reviewed by G. Tod Slone
106–107
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