Joseph Lo Bianco
List of John Benjamins publications for which Joseph Lo Bianco plays a role.
Sociopolitical Perspectives on Language Policy and Planning in the USA
Edited by Thom Huebner and Kathryn A. Davis
[Studies in Bilingualism, 16] 1999. xvi, 365 pp.
Subjects Language policy | Sociolinguistics and Dialectology
Language programming in rural and regional Victoria: Making space for local viewpoints in policy development. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 42:3, pp. 274–3002019.
Despite decades of often ambitious policies in Australia, languages education is still characterized by intermittent commitment to the teaching of languages, with inequitable access particularly entrenched in rural and regional contexts. While research has focused on the practical and material… read more | Article
Accent on the positive: Revisiting the ‘Language as Resource’ orientation for bolstering multilingualism in contemporary urban Europe. Dynamics of Linguistic Diversity, Peukert, Hagen and Ingrid Gogolin (eds.), pp. 31–482017.
In recent decades large components of the language sciences have been subjected to relentless critique. Criticism has not been exclusive to those branches directly concerned with application, such as applied linguistics, but it has been particularly robust when directed at language studies modified… read more | Chapter
Afterword: Tempted by targets, tempered by results. Describing School Achievement in Asian Languages for Diverse Learner Groups, Scarino, Angela and Catherine Elder (eds.), pp. 359–3612012.
Review of Feng (2007): Bilingual Education in China: Practices, Policies and Concepts. Chinese Students: Perspectives on their social, cognitive, and linguistic investment in English medium interaction, Arkoudis, Sophie and Chris Davison (eds.), pp. 121–1272008.
Review of Clyne, M.G. (2005) Australia’s Language Potential. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 30:2, pp. 25.1–25.42007.
The present article reports on research conducted during late 2004 on the language abilities of Australia’s parliamentarians and a parliamentary debate in 2005 on languages in Australia. A small questionnaire was administered to all members of the nine legislative structures of Australia comprising… read more | Article
Globalisation and national communities of communication. Language Problems and Language Planning 29:2, pp. 109–1332005.
Using the work of Dante to provide a historical perspective, this paper discusses the connection between nations, states and languages. Dante practiced both policy and cultivation approaches and, as a language strategist, he had a profound impact on the language directions of fourteenth-century… read more | Article
The distinctiveness of Applied Linguistics in Australia: A historical perspective. New Perspectives and Issues in Educational Language Policy: In honour of Bernard Dov Spolsky, Cooper, Robert L., Elana Shohamy and Joel Walters (eds.), pp. 261–2692001.
The Language of Policy: What sort of Policy Making is the Officilization of English in the United States?. Sociopolitical Perspectives on Language Policy and Planning in the USA, Huebner, Thom and Kathryn A. Davis (eds.), pp. 39 ff.1999.
6. English and pluralistic policies: The case of Australia. Language Policy: Dominant English, Pluralist Challenges, Eggington, William and Helen Wren (eds.), pp. 107 ff.1997.
A review of some of the achievements of the National Policy on Languages. Language Planning and Language Policy in Australia, Liddicoat, Anthony J. (ed.), pp. 23–381991.
This paper is a review of the achievements of the National Policy on Languages. The National Policy on Languages was adopted by the Federal government in May 1987 and implemented from that date until June 1991. In September of 1991 the Federal government adopted a White Paper entitled Australia’s… read more | Article
Linguistic interactions in second language classrooms – Italian in Victorian primary schools. Italian in Australia: Applied linguistics, Bettoni, Camilla (ed.), pp. 172–1961987.