Language Problems and Language Planning 23:1

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Table of Contents
Lebanon's Language-in-Education Policies: From Bilingualism to Trilingualism
Kassim Shaaban and Ghazi Ghaith
1–16
Issues in Language Planning and Language Education: A Survey from Macao on Its Return to Chinese Sovereignty
Charles C. Mann and Gabriella Wong
17–36
Language Policy Development for Interpreter Services at the Executive Office for Immigration Review
Nancy Schweda Nicholson
37–63
Kiel evoluas interlingvistiko? Kompara studo
Haitao Liu
65–77
Josse de Kock and George Demello Lengua escrita y habla culta en América y España. Diez Casos
Reviewed by Frank Nuessel
79–81
Grant D. McConnell and Tan ke Rang The Written Languages of the World: A Survey of the Degree and Modes of Use. Volume 4. China. Book 1. The Written Languages. Book 2. Unwritten Languages
Reviewed by Robert N. St. Clair
82–83
Beiträge zur Interlinguistik
Reviewed by Klaus Schubert
83–86
Nkonko M. Kamwangamalu (ed.) Aspects of Multilingualism in South Africa
Reviewed by Timothy Reagan
86–91
Kevin Hannan Borders of Language and Identity in Teschen Silesia
Reviewed by Sydney Schultze
91–92
Mahendra K. Verma (ed.) Sociolinguistics, Language and Society
Reviewed by Timothy Reagan
93–95
Humphrey Tonkin (ed.) Esperanto, Interlinguistics, and Planned Languages
Reviewed by Robert N. St. Clair
95–98
James E. Jacob Hills of Conflict: Basque Nationalism in France
Reviewed by Mary Ellen Scullen
98–100
Ana Teresa Perez-Leroux and William R. Glass (eds.) Contemporary Perspectives on the Acquisition of Spanish. Volume 1: Developing Grammars/Volume 2: Production, Processing, and Comprehension
Reviewed by Frank Nuessel
100–104
Heidemarie Salevsky (Hg.) Dolmetscher- und Übersetzerausbildung gestern, heute und morgen
Reviewed by Klaus Schubert
104–107