Advances in Interdisciplinary Language Policy

Editors
| University of Geneva
| University of Amsterdam
| University of Ljubljana
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This book stems from the joint effort of 25 research teams across Europe, representing a dozen disciplines from the social sciences and humanities, resulting in a radically novel perspective to the challenges of multilingualism in Europe. The various concepts and tools brought to bear on multilingualism, however, are not merely lined up like beads on a necklace. They are analytically combined in an integrative framework starting from a core insight: in its approach to multilingualism, Europe is pursuing two equally worthy, but non-converging goals, namely, the mobility of citizens across national boundaries (and hence across languages and cultures) and the preservation of Europe’s diversity, which presupposes that each local nurtures its linguistic and cultural uniqueness, and has the means to include newcomers in its specific linguistic and cultural environment. In this book, scholars from economics, the education sciences, finance, geography, history, law, political science, philosophy, psychology, sociolinguistics, sociology and translation studies (all mentioned here in alphabetical order) apply their specific approaches to this common challenge. Without compromising anything of the state-of-the-art analysis proposed in each individual chapter, particular attention is devoted to ensuring the cross-disciplinary accessibility of concepts and methods, making this book the most deeply interdisciplinary volume on language policy and planning published to date.
[Studies in World Language Problems, 9]  Expected January 2022.  xxvi, 552 pp. + index
Publishing status: In production
Table of Contents
This is a provisional table of contents, and subject to changes.
Acknowledgements
List of contributors
Part I. Setting the scene
Chapter 1. General introduction
François Grin, László Marácz and Nike K. Pokorn
Chapter 2. Principles of integrated language policy
François Grin
Part II. Politics
Chapter 3. Cross-jurisdictional linguistic cooperation in multilingual federations: Proposals for Europe
Astrid von Busekist
Chapter 4. How to upgrade the status of migrant languages in the European Union
Christopher Houtkamp and László Marácz
Chapter 5. Inclusion and mobility in the multilingual region of Vojvodina: At the intersection of international minority rights law, state policies and local realities
Edgár Dobos, Noémi Nagy and Balázs Vizi
Part III. Society
Chapter 6. Language and inclusion in a multilingual environment: A bottom-up approach
Rudi Janssens †
Chapter 7. The politics of inclusion, citizenship and multilingualism
Peter A. Kraus and Melanie Frank
Chapter 8. Urban multilingualism: Place-making, mobility and sense of belonging in European cities
Virginie D. Mamadouh and Nesrin El Ayadi
Part IV. Education
Chapter 9. Metalinguistic awareness in education as a tool for enhancing social inclusion
Gabriele Iannàccaro, Vittorio Dell’Aquila and Ida Stria
Chapter 10. Educational capacity-building for linguistic inclusion and mobility: Meso-level strategies for systemic change
Mark Fettes
Chapter 11. Higher education language policies for mobility and inclusion
Manuel Celio Conceicao and Elisa Caruso
Part V. Mediation
Chapter 12. Portraying linguistic exclusion: Cases of Russian-speakers in the province of Tarragona, Spain
Nune Ayvazyan and Anthony Pym
Chapter 13. Migrants’ attitudes towards community interpreting
Nike K. Pokorn and Jaka Čibej
Chapter 14. The language choices of exchange students: Between “After all, I’m here to learn Spanish” and “You get along very well without speaking Lithuanian”1
Sabine Fiedler and Cyril Brosch
Chapter 15. The role of intercomprehension in short-term mobility experiences in multilingual contexts
Alice Fiorentino and Machteld Meulleman
Part VI. Policy
Chapter 16. Effectiveness of policy measures and language dynamics
Torsten Templin, Bengt-Arne Wickström and Michele Gazzola
Chapter 17. The ontology of the linguistic territoriality principle: A conceptual roadmap
Sergi Morales-Gálvez, Helder De Schutter and Nenad Stojanovic
Chapter 18. Justifying language policies in mobile societies
Brian Carey and Andrew Shorten
Chapter 19. Complexity in language matters: Concept and uses of agent-based modelling
Marco Civico
Chapter 20. Language, mobility and inclusion: Legal perspectives
Robert Dunbar and Róisín McKelvey
Part VII. Frontiers of multilingualism
Chapter 21. Multilingualism and security: The case of Latvia
Žaneta Ozoliņa and Rihards Bambals
Chapter 22. Multilingualism and consumer protection
Christine Kaddous and Laura Marcus
Chapter 23. ‘Learning all from all’: A Roma approach to marginal multilingualism
Lia Pop
Chapter 24. Language use in international retirement migration: The case of Scandinavian retirees in Alicante, Spain
Per Gustafson and Ann Elisabeth Laksfoss Cardozo
Chapter 25. Multilingualism and creativity: An integrative approach
Guillaume Fürst and François Grin
Chapter 26. Does global English influence the perception of professional ethical dilemmas?
Paul H. Dembinski, Philippe Rudaz, Hannah Soissons and Marc Chesney
Name index
Subjects & Metadata
BIC Subject: CFB – Sociolinguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009050 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Sociolinguistics
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