Language Problems and Language Planning 23:2

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Table of Contents
Inspecting the Unexpected: Language Status and Corpus Shifts as Aspects of Quichua Language Revitalization
Kendall A. King
109–132
Decentering Language in World-System Inquiry
Thomas Clayton
133–156
The Official National Language and Language Attitudes of Three Ethnic Minority Groups in China
Minglang Zhou
157–174
Interlinguistics / Interlingüística / Interlinguistik / Interlingvistiko
Phraseology in Planned Languages
Sabine Fiedler
175–187
Reviews / Cíticas / Rezensionen / Recenzoj
Michael O'Keefe Nouvelles perspectives Canadiennes: Minorités francophones: Assimilation et vitalité des communautés/New Canadian Perspectives: Francophone Minorities: Assimilation and Community Vitality
Reviewed by Timothy Reagan
189–190
Robertta E. Thoryk and Patricia N. Roberts Hegemony Dismantled or Hegemony Disguised?
Reviewed by Frank Nuessel
190–193
Bambi B. Schieffelin, Kathyrn A. Woolard, and Paul V. Kroskrity (eds.) Language Ideologies: Practice and Theory
Reviewed by Robert N. St. Clair
193–195
P. Trudgill and J. Cheshire (eds.) The Sociolinguistics Reader
Reviewed by Terry A. Osborn
195–197
Bartomeu Melia, S.J. (ed.) Paraguay Bilingüe. Políticas lingüísticas y educación bilingüe
Reviewed by Abdeljalil Akkari
197–199
Jesse Levitt, Leonard R. N. Ashley, Wayne H. Finke (eds.) Language and Communication in the New Century. Proceedings of a Conference of the American Society of Geolinguistics in Association with the City University of New York Academy of Humanities and Sciences, 16-17 October 1997
Reviewed by Max Oppenheimer, Jr.
199–201
Ofelia García and Joshua A. Fishman (eds.) The Multilingual Apple: Languages in New York City
Reviewed by Timothy Reagan
201–204
Rajendara Singh, Probal Dasgupta and K. P. MOHANAN (eds.) The Yearbook of South Asian Languages and Linguistics, 1998
Reviewed by Robert N. St. Clair
204–206
Ana Fernandez Garay El tehuelche: una lengua en vías de extinción
Reviewed by Frank Nuessel
206–209
R. Lippi-Green English with an Accent: Language, Ideology, and Discrimination in the United States
Reviewed by Terry A. Osborn
209–210