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Date: Thu, 15 May 2014 14:53:40 +0200
 Language planning as superficial
Dr. Mostari and colleagues

Apologies for this second message. Have you heard of the Soweto Riots of 16
June 1976? I am attaching a document containing a programme commemorating
that day, almost 50 years ago. Maybe it demonstrates the important role
language can play in a country. Vic

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From: Web [mailto:0795017844 at vodamail.co.za]
Sent: 15 May 2014 02:31 PM
To: Language Policy List (lgpolicy-list at groups.sas.upenn.edu)
Subject: Language planning as superficial

Dr. Mostari

Working in South Africa, and facing the enormous challenges of language
planning to the country's economic, educational, social and political
development, I can't imagine anyone regarding language policy, language
planning, language plan implementation, language plan implementation
evaluation and language planning revision as superficial. Just think of poor
black South Africans living in rural areas, hardly ever effectively exposed
to English, having to "study" through the medium of English!

Vic

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On Behalf Of Eve Haque
Sent: 15 May 2014 01:55 PM
To: lgpolicy-list at groups.sas.upenn.edu
Subject: Re: [lg policy] Supervision Offer

Dr. Mostari,
I do not think that issues such as language planning, globalisation,
language contact and language change are superficial issues, nor do I think
that they are unrelated to issues of bilingualism and code-switching. Please
feel free to send your excellent students who are interested in these issues
to us here at York University.
thanks
Eve

On 14/05/2014 1:47 PM, mostari hind wrote:
> Dear List Members  ,
>
> As a specialist in the MLF model of Myers-scotton and Arabic/French >
bilingualism and code switching , I am really wishing to supervise a > PHD
candidate interested in the syntax or the pragmatics of code  > switching or
the psycholinguistics of code swicthing ,  because the  > topics I got
between hands only deal  with superficial issues like > language planning ,
globalisation , language contact and language > change , as if students do
not like to dig deeper in their brains.> So, I will be happy to supervise in
the above topics , so , any candidate ?
>
> Best
> Dr Mostari
>
>
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