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Standard Languages and Multilingualism in European History
Edited by Matthias Hüning, Ulrike Vogl and Olivier Moliner
[Multilingualism and Diversity Management 1] 2012
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Ayres-Bennett, Wendy
2023. Modelant l’estandardització. In Desired Language [IVITRA Research in Linguistics and Literature, 35],  pp. 189 ff. DOI logo
Bürki, Yvette
2020. Connecting micro and macro sociolinguistic processes through narratives. A glottopolitical Gaze. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 41:1  pp. 12 ff. DOI logo
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2015. Gewünschte, gelebte und verdeckte Mehrsprachigkeit an der Universität. ÖDaF-Mitteilungen 31:2  pp. 144 ff. DOI logo
Dannerer, Monika
2017. Sprachliche Repertoires an der Universität. Sprachliche Vielfalt und Einstellungen zu Mehrsprachigkeit an der Universität Salzburg. ÖDaF-Mitteilungen 33:1  pp. 63 ff. DOI logo
Dannerer, Monika
2020. The university as a terrain for hidden language conflicts? German, English and the silence beyond them . Sociolinguistica 34:1  pp. 131 ff. DOI logo
Delarue, Steven & Johan De Caluwe
2015. Eliminating social inequality by reinforcing standard language ideology? Language policy for Dutch in Flemish schools. Current Issues in Language Planning 16:1-2  pp. 8 ff. DOI logo
Dołowy-Rybińska, Nicole & Maciej Mętrak
2023. Ideological debates around the script of collateral languages: the case of Kashubian and Silesian in Poland. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Krogull, Andreas
2021. Rethinking Historical Multilingualism and Language Contact ‘from Below’. Evidence from the Dutch-German Borderlands in the Long Nineteenth Century. Dutch Crossing 45:2  pp. 147 ff. DOI logo
Krämer, Philipp, Eric Mijts & Angela Bartens
2022. Language Making of Creoles in multilingual postcolonial societies. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 2022:274  pp. 51 ff. DOI logo
Krämer, Philipp, Ulrike Vogl & Leena Kolehmainen
2022. What is “Language Making”?. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 2022:274  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Kött, André & Ulrike Vogl
2023. The role of nativeness in early modern foreign language learning: evidence from teaching materials. Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics 9:2  pp. 221 ff. DOI logo
McLelland, Nicola
2021. Language standards, standardisation and standard ideologies in multilingual contexts. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 42:2  pp. 109 ff. DOI logo
McMonagle, Sarah
2017. Dublin. In Dynamics of Linguistic Diversity [Hamburg Studies on Linguistic Diversity, 6],  pp. 235 ff. DOI logo
Peled, Yael
2015. Parity in the plural. Language Problems and Language Planning 39:3  pp. 282 ff. DOI logo
Regis, Riccardo
2017. La nozione coseriana didialettoe le sue implicazioni per l’area italo-romanza. Revue Romane. Langue et littérature. International Journal of Romance Languages and Literatures 52:2  pp. 137 ff. DOI logo
van der Wal, Marijke
2018. Early Modern migrants in a language contact setting: Characteristics of the Dutch Heusch correspondence (1664–1665) . Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics 4:2  pp. 253 ff. DOI logo
Van Mensel, Luk
2016. Children and choices: the effect of macro language policy on the individual agency of transnational parents in Brussels. Language Policy 15:4  pp. 547 ff. DOI logo
Vogl, Ulrike & Truus De Wilde
2022. Teachers as foreign Language Makers: on standard language ideology, authenticity and language expertise. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 2022:274  pp. 107 ff. DOI logo
Walsh, Olivia
2021. Introduction: in the shadow of the standard. Standard language ideology and attitudes towards ‘non-standard’ varieties and usages. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 42:9  pp. 773 ff. DOI logo
Wiese, Heike
2020. Contact in the City. In The Handbook of Language Contact,  pp. 261 ff. DOI logo
Wiese, Heike, Katharina Mayr, Philipp Krämer, Patrick Seeger, Hans‐Georg Müller & Verena Mezger
2017. Changing teachers' attitudes towards linguistic diversity: effects of an anti‐bias programme. International Journal of Applied Linguistics 27:1  pp. 198 ff. DOI logo

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