Google blogs on "language policy"
ladirenike at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Nov 6 08:30:06 UTC 2006
I have just read the one on Nepal. It is very
interesting and makes me to think seriously of what to
do with the 'problem' of multilingualism, democracy
and federalism in Nigeria.
--- Harold Schiffman <haroldfs at gmail.com> wrote:
> That was my question, too. If folks don't want to
> receive these blogs, I
> won't forward them. Or, you can just delete them.
> Many of them mention
> language tangentially, or language policy even more
> tangentially, but some
> are actually rather interesting, such as the one I
> forwarded today, from a
> blogger proposing a democratic language policy for
> Any other opinions, reactions?
> On 11/4/06, Abbas Zaidi <manoo at brunet.bn> wrote:
> > Friends
> > How relevant to this list are the articles like:
> > Globalisation, Islam and class and Bush & Blair:
> two leaders searching for
> > a way out?
> > Regards.
> > Abbas Zaidi
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