Google blogs on "language policy"
Stan and Sandy Anonby
stan-sandy_anonby at sil.org
Thu Nov 9 06:28:18 UTC 2006
Dear Dr. Schiffman,
I concur with Dr. Fishman. I would like to continue receiving the Google
material. No pre-screening. I rely on your judgement, Harold.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Oladipo Salami" <ladirenike at yahoo.co.uk>
To: <lgpolicy-list at ccat.sas.upenn.edu>
Sent: Monday, November 06, 2006 12:30 AM
Subject: Re: Google blogs on "language policy"
> 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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