[lg policy] Language Policy and Linguistic Justice

Harold Schiffman haroldfs at gmail.com
Mon Sep 10 09:00:05 EDT 2018


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   1. Front Matter
   Pages i-vi
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   2. Introduction and Overview of Literature
   1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
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      2. An Economics Approach to Language Policy and Linguistic Justice
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      Bengt-Arne Wickström, Torsten Templin, Michele Gazzola
      Pages 3-64
      3. Linguistic Justice: An Interdisciplinary Overview of the Literature
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      Javier Alcalde
      Pages 65-149
      3. Political and Philosophical Perspectives on Linguistic Justice
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      Pages 151-151
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      2. Justice in the Linguistic Environment: Narrow or Wide?
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      Andrew Shorten
      Pages 153-172
      3. Toward an Adaptive Approach to Linguistic Justice: Three Paradoxes
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      Yael Peled
      Pages 173-188
      4. Language Proficiency and Migration: An Argument Against Testing
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      Astrid von Busekist, Benjamin Boudou
      Pages 189-208
      5. The Myth of English as a Common Language in the European Union
      (EU) and Some of Its Political Consequences
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      Jean-Claude Barbier
      Pages 209-229
      4. Economic Approaches to Language Policy and Linguistic Justice
   1. Front Matter
      Pages 231-231
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      2. Linguistic Justice in a Federal Setting: The Case of Canadian
      Provinces
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      François Vaillancourt
      Pages 233-258
      3. Language Policy and Social Segmentation: Evidence from Catalonia
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      Ramon Caminal, Antonio Di Paolo
      Pages 259-285
      4. Languages, Human Capital, and Well-Being in Sub-Saharan Africa
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      Katalin Buzási, Péter Földvári
      Pages 287-312
      5. Linguistic Disenfranchisement and Labour Mobility in Europe
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      Till Burckhardt
      Pages 313-335
      6. Choosing Working Languages in a Multilingual Organization: A
      Statistical Analysis with a Particular View on the European Union
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      Dietrich Voslamber
      Pages 337-360
      5. Sociolinguistic Views and Applications
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      Pages 361-361
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      2. The Assessment of Sociolinguistic Justice: Parameters and Models
      of Analysis
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      Gabriele Iannàccaro, Federico Gobbo, Vittorio Dell’Aquila
      Pages 363-391
      3. Regulatory Environment, Linguistic Inequalities, and New
      Opportunities for Hungarian Minority Interest Representation in Romania
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      Zsombor Csata, László Marácz
      Pages 393-430
      4. The Economic Value of Mastering Languages: The Case of Ethnically
      Mixed Areas in Slovenia
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      David Limon, Mojca Medvešek, Sonja Novak Lukanovič
      Pages 431-453
      5. Language and Translation Policies in Context of Urban
      Super-Diversity
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      Reine Meylaerts
      Pages 455-475
      6. Language Policies for Migrants in Italy: The Tension Between
      Democracy, Decision-Making, and Linguistic Diversity
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      Sabrina Machetti, Monica Barni, Carla Bagna
      Pages 477-498
      7. Esperanto and Linguistic Justice: An Empirical Response to Sceptics
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      Cyril Brosch, Sabine Fiedler
      Pages 499-536
      6. Back Matter
   Pages 537-540
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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

Phone:  (215) 898-7475
Fax:  (215) 573-2138

Email:  haroldfs at gmail.com
http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/~haroldfs/

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