Language Problems and Language Planning 29:2

[Language Problems and Language Planning, 29:2]  2005.  107 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles / Aufsätze
Globalisation and national communities of communication
Joseph Lo Bianco
109–133
Language transmission in the family in Wales: An example of innovative language planning
Viv K. Edwards and Lynda Pritchard Newcombe
135–150
From internationalisation to globalisation: Language and the nationalist revival in Sweden
Leigh Oakes
151–176
Interlinguistics / Interlingüística / Interlinguistik / Interlingvistiko
Glück im Unglück: Das Esperantomuseum an der Nationalbibliothek Wien 1938–45
Christina Köstner
177–186
Reviews / Crìticas / Rezensionen / Recenzoj
Tove Skutnabb-Kangas. Linguistic Genocide in Education — or Worldwide Diversity and Human Rights?
Compte rendu par Edmond Brent et Cora O. Brent-Palmer
187–192
Tessa Carroll. Language Planning and Language Change in Japan
Reviewed by Haitao Liu
192–196
Eugene Albert Nida. Fascinated by Languages
Reviewed by John Algeo
196–199
N.H. Itagi and Shailendra Kumar Singh (eds.). Linguistic Landscaping in India, with Particular Reference to the New States
Reviewed by Durk Gorter
199–201
Abram de Swaan. Words of the World: The Global Language System
Reviewed by Humphrey Tonkin
201–203
Roger M. Thompson. Filipino English and Taglish: Language Switching from Multiple Perspectives
Reviewed by Robert N. St. Clair
203–204
Humphrey Tonkin and Timothy Reagan (eds.) Language in the Twenty-First Century: Selected Papers of the Millennial Conferences of the Center for Research and Documentation on World Language Problems, Held at the University of Hartford and Yale University
Reviewed by John Algeo
205–207
Muhammad Hasan Amara and ‘Abd al-Rahmān Mar‘I. Language Education Policy: The Arab Minority in Israel
Reviewed by Ghalib Anabsi
207–210
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General