Language Ideologies, Policies And Practices: Language and the Future of Europe by C. Mar-molinero

Language Ideologies, Policies And Practices: Language and the Future of Europe

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The contributors investigate the workings of language ideologies in relation to other social processes in a globalizing world. They explore in detail the specific ways in which language ideologies underpin language policy and the relationship between public policies and individual practices, with particular attention to Europe.
 

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CLARE MAR-MOLINERO is Professor of Spanish Sociolinguistics and Head of Modern Languages at the University of Southampton, UK. She teaches and has published widely on language policies and on global Spanish. Her publications include: The Politics of Language in the Spanish-speaking World (2000); The Spanish-Speaking World: Introductio...

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Title:Language Ideologies, Policies And Practices: Language and the Future of EuropeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.03 inPublished:December 16, 2005Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230580084

ISBN - 13:9780230580084

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Notes on Contributors
On Language, The National and the Transnational in Contemporary Europe--P.Stevenson& C.Mar-Molinero
PART I: THE EUROPEAN LEGACY: THEORETICAL ISSUES
Migration, Minorities and Multilingualism in Europe: Language Ideologies and the Practices of Language Difference--S.Gal
A European Perspective on Language as Liminality--C.Brumfit
Americanization, Language Ideologies and the Construction of European Identities--T.Ricento
The Role of 'Europe' in the South African Language Debate--G.Brand
The European Linguistic Legacy in a Global Era: Linguistic Imperialism, Spanish and the Instituto Cervantes--C.Mar-Molinero
PART II: NEW FORMATIONS IN EUROPE: LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL CHANGE
Why 'New' Newspeak? Axiological Insights into Language Ideologies and Practices in Poland--A.Duszak
Language Planning and National Identity in Sweden: A Performativity Approach--T.M.Milani
The Macedonian Standard Language: Tito-Yugoslav Experiment or Symbol for 'Great Macedonian' Ethnic Inclusion?--C.Voss
Language Loyalty in the Baltic: Russian Artists and Linguistic Nationalism in Estonia--R.Rouillard
'National' Languages in Transnational Contexts: Language, Migration and Citizenship in Germany and Austria--P.Stevenson
The European Paradox: Swiss Discourses of Identity Between Dependence and Xenophobia--R.Gould
Conducting Dissonance: Codeswitching and Differential Access to Context in the Belgian Asylum Process--K.Maryns & J.Blommaert
Multilingual Migrants and Monolingual Teachers: The Discursive Construction of Identity in a Flanders Primary School--M.Spotti
Changing Media Spaces: The Transformative Power of Heteroglossic Practices--B.Busch
Dobry den Koice - dvzlm Kasst - Hello Kosice: Language Choice in a Slovak Internet Guestbook--L.Bleichenbacher
References
Index