[lg policy] Linguistics for devt. ; More on maps, languages & speakers in Africa

dzo at bisharat.net dzo at bisharat.net
Mon May 11 16:03:53 UTC 2015


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

1) Applied linguistics for development workers? (Suggests specific ways 
that development workers can account for the missing linguistic 
dimension of their work.) 5 May 2015
http://niamey.blogspot.com/2015/05/applied-linguistics-for-development.html

2) How many people speak what in Africa? (Further exploration of the 
topic of maps, African languages, and numbers of speakers.) 7 May 2015
http://niamey.blogspot.com/2015/05/how-many-people-speak-what-in-africa.html

3) Second most spoken languages in Africa, part 2 (More detailed 
country-by-country review of Olivet Nazarene University's information on 
Africa.) 8 May 2015
http://niamey.blogspot.com/2015/05/second-most-spoken-languages-in-africa_8.html

Don Osborn, PhD
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