Regine Lambrech

Regine Lambrech

is author of the following articles:

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Lambrech, Regine. 1998. “Harold F. Schiffman Linguistic Culture and Language Policy”. Language Problems and Language Planning 22:3, 283–286
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Lambrech, Regine. 1997. “Heidrun Jung et Udo O. H. Jung The Dictionary of Acronyms and Abbreviations in Applied Linguistics and Language Learning”. Language Problems and Language Planning 21:3, 297
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Lambrech, Regine. 1996. “Kathryn Anne Davis Language Planning in Multilingual Contexts. Policies, Communities and Schools in Luxembourg”. Language Problems and Language Planning 20:2, 190–191
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Lambrech, Regine. 1996. “Ulrich Ammon, Klaus J. Mattheier et Peter H. Nelde (dir.) Mehrsprachigkeitskonzepte in den Schulen Europas / Multilingual Concepts in the Schools of Europe / Conceptions plurilingues dans l'enseignement européen”. Language Problems and Language Planning 20:3, 297–299
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Lambrech, Regine. 1996. “Joshua Fishman (ed.) The Earliest Stage of Language Planning: The "First Congress" Phenomenon”. Language Problems and Language Planning 20:3, 274–275
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Lambrech, Regine. 1996. “Martin Pütz (dir.) Language Contact and Language Conflict”. Language Problems and Language Planning 20:3, 304–305
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Lambrech, Regine. 1995. “Mary E. McGroarty et Christian J. Faltis (eds.) Languages in School and Society — Policy and Pedagogy”. Language Problems and Language Planning 19:1, 80–82
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Lambrech, Regine. 1994. “Ofelia Garcia (dir.) Bilingual Education: Focusschrift in Honor of Joshua A. Fishman on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday. Vol 1”. Language Problems and Language Planning 18:1, 63–65
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Lambrech, Regine. 1993. “Kees De Bot, Ralph B. Ginsberg et Claire Kramsch (dir.) Foreign Language Research in Cross-Cultural Perspective”. Language Problems and Language Planning 17:1, 78–80
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Lambrech, Regine. 1992. “Bert Weltens The Attrition of French as a Foreign Language”. Language Problems and Language Planning 16:2, 178–179