Language Problems and Language Planning 41:3

[Language Problems and Language Planning, 41:3]  2017.  iii, 113 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
“Leave no one behind”: Linguistic and digital barriers to the dissemination and implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Lisa J. McEntee-Atalianis
217–244
El grado de pluricentrismo de la lengua española
Carla Amorós-Negre y Emilio Prieto de los Mozos
245–264
Interlinguistics
From planned language to language planning: Esperantists’ activities in China in 1911–1958
Yalan Wang and Haitao Liu
265–286
Spelling reformers and artificial language advocates: A shifting relation
Roberto Garvía
287–303
Reviews
Review of Peterson, David J. (2015) The art of language invention: From horse-lords to dark elves, the words behind the world-building
Reviewed by Federico Gobbo
304–306
Review of Lins, Ulrich (2016) Dangerous language: Esperanto under Hitler and Stalin & (2017) Dangerous language: Esperanto and the decline of Stalinism
Reviewed by Ulrich Ammon
307–313
Review of Ammon, Ulrich (2015) Die Stellung der deutschen Sprache in der Welt
Reviewed by Hartmut Haberland
314–320
Review of Schor, Esther H. (2016) Bridge of words: Esperanto and the dream of a universal language
Reviewed by Federico Gobbo
321–323
Addendum
324–329
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General