[lg policy] Language Policy and Planning: Directions for Future Research

Harold Schiffman haroldfs at gmail.com
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 Language Policy and Planning: Directions for Future Research
Miguel Pérez-Milans and James W. Tollefson
The Oxford Handbook of Language Policy and Planning
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Edited by James W. Tollefson and Miguel Pérez-Milans
Print Publication Date: Jul 2018 Subject: Linguistics, Sociolinguistics Online
Publication Date: May 2018 DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190458898.013.36

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In This Article

   - Issues for Language Policy and Planning Research
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      - The Continuing Importance of Critical Approaches
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      - The Paradox of Agency
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      - Ethnographic Research: From Recognition to Further Epistemological
      Awareness
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      - Creating New Links between Language Policy and Planning and
      Alternative Philosophical Traditions
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      - The Role of Media in Language Policy and Planning
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      - Community-Based Research, Language Rights, and Activism: Expanding
      Collaborations, Revisiting Assumptions
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      - Ethical Issues and Researchers’ Reflexivity
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Abstract and Keywords

The closing chapter explores the consequences that the processes of change
taking place under the conditions of late modernity may have for language
policy and planning (LPP) research. In particular, it addresses seven key
strands of discussion that emerge from the chapters in this Handbook, and
which the editors believe will be important in the future of the field,
namely (1) the continued importance of critical approaches; (2) the paradox
of agency; (3) the need for ethnographic approaches to move from
recognition of their value to further engagement with epistemological
awareness; (4) the challenge of creating new links between LPP and
alternative philosophical traditions, beyond European political theory; (5)
the increasing role of media in LPP; (6) the need for expanding
collaborations and revisiting long-standing assumptions about
community-based research, language rights, and activism; and (7) the
imperative of addressing ethical issues in contemporary LPP research
through researchers’ reflexivity.

Keywords: agency
<http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/search?f_0=keyword&q_0=agency>, ethnography
<http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/search?f_0=keyword&q_0=ethnography>, language
planning <http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/search?f_0=keyword&q_0=language
planning>, language policy
<http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/search?f_0=keyword&q_0=language
policy>, language
rights <http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/search?f_0=keyword&q_0=language
rights>, late modernity
<http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/search?f_0=keyword&q_0=late modernity>,
media <http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/search?f_0=keyword&q_0=media>, political
theory <http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/search?f_0=keyword&q_0=political
theory>, reflexivity
<http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com/search?f_0=keyword&q_0=reflexivity>
Miguel Pérez-Milans

Miguel Pérez-Milans is Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics at the Centre
for Applied Linguistics in the UCL Institute of Education, University
College London, and is currently linked to The University of Hong Kong as
Honorary Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education. His latest
research projects involve the ethnographic and sociolinguistic study of
language ideology, identity, and social interaction in institutional spaces
in London, Madrid, Mainland China, and Hong Kong, with specific attention
to instability, social change, and interpersonal collusion under conditions
of late modernity. He is author of the book Urban Schools and English
Language Education in Late Modern China: A Critical Sociolinguistic
Ethnography (Routledge Critical Series in Multilingualism, 2013). He has
also edited the following monographs in the form of special issues:
Multilingual Discursive Practices and Processes of Social Change in
Globalizing Institutional Spaces (International Journal of Multilingualism
11[4], 2014); Language Education Policy in Late Modernity: Insights from
Situated Approaches (Language Policy 14[2], 2015); and Reflexivity in Late
Modernity: Accounts from Linguistic Ethnographies of Youth (AILA Review
29[1], 2016).
James W. Tollefson

James W. Tollefson is Professor Emeritus at the University of Washington
and Honorary Professor in the Faculty of Education, The University of Hong
Kong. His many publications include Planning Language, Planning Inequality
(Longman, 1991); Language Policies in Education: Critical Issues (2nd
edition, 2013); and, with Amy B. M. Tsui, Medium of Instruction Policies:
Which Agenda? Whose Agenda? (2004) and Language Policy, Culture and
Identity in Asian Contexts (2007). His books have also been translated into
Chinese, Arabic, and Japanese. His current research focuses on language and
inequality, mass media in language policy processes, and the role of
language in the history of progressive and pacifist movements in the United
States.


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 Harold F. Schiffman

Professor Emeritus of
 Dravidian Linguistics and Culture
Dept. of South Asia Studies
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6305

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