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Juil2014

La diffusione delle lingue internazionali dell’ Unione europea (J. C. Herreras)

Nov2008

HERRERAS, J. C., dir., La diffusione delle lingue internazionali dell’Unione europea,volume 1, Quaderni dell’Istituto di Linguistica di Louvain, N° 27, 3-4, Louvain-la-Neuve, Ed. Peeters, 2001, 158 pagine.
HERRERAS, J. C., dir., La diffusione delle lingue internazionali dell’Unione europea, volume 2, Quaderni dell’Istituto di Linguistica, N° 28, 1-2, Louvain-la-Neuve, Ed. Peeters, 2002, 252 pagine.

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Juil2014

Le British Council publie sa première collection d’essais sur le plurilinguisme

Dans le cadre de l’actuel Projet L’Europe riche de ses langues, le British Council publie sa première collection d’essais sur le plurilinguisme.

Le British Council a récemment publié sa collection d’essais “Vers une Europe Riche de ses Langues – essais Multilingues sur les politiques et les pratiques de la langue”.
Cette collection d’essais est la première d’une série d’initiatives dans le cadre du projet L’Europe Riche de ses Langues mené par le British Council.

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Sep2012

Uniformity and Diversity in Language Policy Global Perspectives

Catrin Norrby, John Hajek

Format:Paperback - 312 pages
ISBN:9781847694454
Published:17 Oct 2011
Publisher: Multilingual Matters

Summary

This book brings together current research by leading international scholars on the often contentious nature of language policies and their practical outcomes in North America, Australia and Europe. It presents a range of perspectives from which to engage with a variety of pressing issues raised by multilingualism, multiculturalism, immigration, exclusion, and identity. A recurrent theme is that of tension and conflict: between uniformity and diversity, between official policies and real day-to-day life experiences, but also between policies in schools and the corporate world and their implementation. Several chapters present research about language policy issues that has previously not been fully or easily available to an English-language audience. Many of the chapters also provide up-to-date analyses of language policy issues in particular regions or countries, focusing on recent developments.

Review:

Uniformity and Diversity in Language Policy is a welcome addition to the study of language policy and planning with a balanced mixture of contributions that consolidate, elaborate and innovate research on well-known as well as recently emerging language problems and linguistic practices.
Anne Pauwels, School of Oriental and African Studies, UK

This book is an important instalment in language planning literature serving to expand the domains and kinds of language policy described, the modes in which it operates, the players involved and the purposes they pursue. Language policy invariably involves politics and tension, a focus which unifies the diverse chapters of this volume allowing comparison, contrast and reflection across sites, settings and histories.
Joseph Lo Bianco, University of Melbourne, Australia

Author Biography:

Catrin Norrby is Professor of Scandinavian Languages at Stockholm University, Sweden, and Principal Fellow in the School of Languages and Linguistics at The University of Melbourne. She has published several monographs, edited books, textbooks and articles in the areas of sociolinguistics, discourse analysis and second language acquisition. She is co-author of Language and Human Relations: Styles of Address in Contemporary Language (2009).; John Hajek, a former research fellow at the Universities of Oxford and Melbourne, is Professor in Italian Studies at the University of Melbourne, where he is also director of the Research Unit for Multilingualism and Cross-Cultural Communication (RUMACCC). He has more than 100 publications, covering a wide area of linguistic topics: sociolinguistics, phonetics, phonology and linguistic typology, with a special interest in Italian and other European languages, as well as the languages of the Asia-Pacific region.

Readership Level:

Postgraduate Research / Professional

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Déc2011

Bulletin éducation du Conseil de l'Europe n°30

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Bulletin de l’éducation, n° 30

 

   
Nov2011

Courriel européen des langues n°23, novembre 2011

Au sommaire de ce numéro 23 , l’éditorial sur l’enseignement des langues dans les établissements de la Mission laïque ; l’actualité des institutions européennes ; l'actualité éditoriale ainsi que la sélection de ressources Internet et l'agenda des colloques.

   
Nov2011

The British Council publishes first collection of essays on multilingualism

The British Council has recently published its collection of essays “Towards a Language Rich Europe - Multilingual essays on language policies and practices”.

This collection of essays is the first of a number of initiatives under the British Council led Language Rich Europe project. Read more...

 

   

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