[Lgpolicy-list] [lg policy] "Long tail" & economics of language; Languages & ebola messaging in Nigeria

dzo at bisharat.net dzo at bisharat.net
Sun Oct 26 12:11:41 UTC 2014


Three more recent blog posts may be of interest to some on this list:

1) Economics of language and the "long tail" effect (part 1) (Repost of 
a 2008 blog post looking at the long tail distribution of languages in 
context of economics of language) 20 October 2014
http://niamey.blogspot.com/2014/10/economics-of-language-and-long-tail.html

2) Economics of language and the "long tail" effect (part 2) (Second 
2008 post on long tail of languages, with a look at what that means in 
Mali) 21 October 2014
http://niamey.blogspot.com/2014/10/economics-of-language-and-long-tail_21.html

3) Languages & communication in Nigeria's ebola success (A quick look at 
the linguistic dimension of Nigeria's successful ebola communications.) 
22 October 2014
http://niamey.blogspot.com/2014/10/languages-communication-in-nigerias.html

Don Osborn, PhD
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