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The Resource On the margins of nations : proceedings of the eighth FEL conference : Barcelona (Catalonia) Spain 1-3 October 2004, editors: Joan A. Argenter & R. McKenna Brown

On the margins of nations : proceedings of the eighth FEL conference : Barcelona (Catalonia) Spain 1-3 October 2004, editors: Joan A. Argenter & R. McKenna Brown

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On the margins of nations : proceedings of the eighth FEL conference : Barcelona (Catalonia) Spain 1-3 October 2004
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On the margins of nations
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proceedings of the eighth FEL conference : Barcelona (Catalonia) Spain 1-3 October 2004
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editors: Joan A. Argenter & R. McKenna Brown
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Endangered languages and linguistic rights on the margins of nations
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proceedings of the eighth FEL conference : Barcelona (Catalonia) Spain 1-3 October 2004
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  • Argenter, Joan A
  • Brown, R. McKenna
  • Foundation for Endangered Languages
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  • Endangered languages
  • Indigenous peoples
  • Language policy
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On the margins of nations : proceedings of the eighth FEL conference : Barcelona (Catalonia) Spain 1-3 October 2004, editors: Joan A. Argenter & R. McKenna Brown
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Section 1: Grass-roots efforts and top-down institutions: The death and rebirth of Native American languages / Leanne Hinton -- Bilingual education, legislative intent, and language maintenance in Alaska / Patrick Marlow -- New language policy and small languages in Russia: the Buryat example / Galina Dyrkheeva -- The fate of endangered languages in Ethiopia / Zelealem Leyew -- Language planning from below: Chitimbuka as a marginalised language in Malawi / Gregory Hankoni Kamwendo -- Learning to speak again: towards the provision of appropriate training for the revitalization of Australian languages in New South Wales / John Hobson -- Grassroots desires for language planning in Nunavut / Shelley Tulloch -- Hacia la definicion de una politica del lenguage explicita en Mexico / Amandina Cardenas Demay , Alejandra Arellano Martinez -- Linguistic rights in the Nicaraguan Atlantic Coast: actions on the ground within the legislative framework of the Estatuto de Autononomia / Grupo de Linguistas Indigenas Mayangna -- Las Lenguas indigenas en el Paraguay: una vision desde el censo 2002 / Bartomeu Melia -- Building from the bottom-up: linguistic rights for extremely endangered languages / Monica Ward -- Language policy and protection of endangered languages in Poland / Marta Moskal -- What is a language?: some diffculties inherent in language rights / Sue Wright -- Obstacles in the way of the recovery of Catalan / Joan Ramon Sole -- Section 2: The global vs the local in linguistic rights : Fronteras que dividen y fronteras que seperan. Una mirada a Europa desde el Euskara / Patxi Goenaga -- Languages, identity and linguistic rights in Taiwan / Yun-Hsuan Kuo -- What do linguistic communities think about the official recognition of their languages? / Estibaliz Amorrortu et al. -- Linguistic practices and not just linguistic rights: endangered languages in New Europe / Alok Kumar Das -- Section 3: Languages crossing the borders: The status of endangered languages in the border areas of Japan and Russia / Tjeerd de Graaf -- Arman endangered language / Mariana Bara -- Language policy, Linguistic rights and language maintenance in Argentina / Veronica Grondoma -- Linguistic diversity in Catalonia: towards a model of linguistic revitalization / Grup de'Estudi de liengues Amenacades -- Endangered languages in Crimea/Ukraine: the cases of Crimean Tatar, Karait, and Krymchak / Nataliya Belitser -- The future of Bulgarian: the road to extinction or paradise regained / Ivelina Kazakova & Maria Miteva -- War of words: language policy in post independence Kazakhstan -- From lingua franca to endangered language: the legal aspects of the preservation of Aramaic in Iraq / Eden Naby -- Poster presentations: Endangered languages and education: a case of Badakhshan Province of Tajikistan / Akim Alnazarov -- Linguistic rights paving the way towards language endangerment? the case of Norwegian sign language / Arnfinn Muruvik Vonen & Oddvar Hjulstad -- Kurdish (Kurmanci) as minority language in the Federal Republic of Germany / Eva Savelsberg -- Cultural and linguistic revitalization, maintenance and development in Mexico / Jose Antonio Flores Farfan -- Assessing the status, use and accessibility of Canada's Aboriginal languages within communities and cities: some proposed indicators / Mary Jane Norris -- Promotion of minority language scripts in Southwest China: a relative success or a complete failure? / Michael Prosser van der Riet -- The endangered Celtic languages: a wake-up call / Mikael Grut -- Developing partnerships between universities and language communities: top-down and bottom-up integration / Nariyo Kono -- Probit modeling language attrition / Richard J. Hawkins
Dimensions
30 cm.
Edition
2nd rev. printing
Extent
226 p.
Isbn
9780953824861
Other physical details
ill., maps
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On the margins of nations : proceedings of the eighth FEL conference : Barcelona (Catalonia) Spain 1-3 October 2004, editors: Joan A. Argenter & R. McKenna Brown
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Section 1: Grass-roots efforts and top-down institutions: The death and rebirth of Native American languages / Leanne Hinton -- Bilingual education, legislative intent, and language maintenance in Alaska / Patrick Marlow -- New language policy and small languages in Russia: the Buryat example / Galina Dyrkheeva -- The fate of endangered languages in Ethiopia / Zelealem Leyew -- Language planning from below: Chitimbuka as a marginalised language in Malawi / Gregory Hankoni Kamwendo -- Learning to speak again: towards the provision of appropriate training for the revitalization of Australian languages in New South Wales / John Hobson -- Grassroots desires for language planning in Nunavut / Shelley Tulloch -- Hacia la definicion de una politica del lenguage explicita en Mexico / Amandina Cardenas Demay , Alejandra Arellano Martinez -- Linguistic rights in the Nicaraguan Atlantic Coast: actions on the ground within the legislative framework of the Estatuto de Autononomia / Grupo de Linguistas Indigenas Mayangna -- Las Lenguas indigenas en el Paraguay: una vision desde el censo 2002 / Bartomeu Melia -- Building from the bottom-up: linguistic rights for extremely endangered languages / Monica Ward -- Language policy and protection of endangered languages in Poland / Marta Moskal -- What is a language?: some diffculties inherent in language rights / Sue Wright -- Obstacles in the way of the recovery of Catalan / Joan Ramon Sole -- Section 2: The global vs the local in linguistic rights : Fronteras que dividen y fronteras que seperan. Una mirada a Europa desde el Euskara / Patxi Goenaga -- Languages, identity and linguistic rights in Taiwan / Yun-Hsuan Kuo -- What do linguistic communities think about the official recognition of their languages? / Estibaliz Amorrortu et al. -- Linguistic practices and not just linguistic rights: endangered languages in New Europe / Alok Kumar Das -- Section 3: Languages crossing the borders: The status of endangered languages in the border areas of Japan and Russia / Tjeerd de Graaf -- Arman endangered language / Mariana Bara -- Language policy, Linguistic rights and language maintenance in Argentina / Veronica Grondoma -- Linguistic diversity in Catalonia: towards a model of linguistic revitalization / Grup de'Estudi de liengues Amenacades -- Endangered languages in Crimea/Ukraine: the cases of Crimean Tatar, Karait, and Krymchak / Nataliya Belitser -- The future of Bulgarian: the road to extinction or paradise regained / Ivelina Kazakova & Maria Miteva -- War of words: language policy in post independence Kazakhstan -- From lingua franca to endangered language: the legal aspects of the preservation of Aramaic in Iraq / Eden Naby -- Poster presentations: Endangered languages and education: a case of Badakhshan Province of Tajikistan / Akim Alnazarov -- Linguistic rights paving the way towards language endangerment? the case of Norwegian sign language / Arnfinn Muruvik Vonen & Oddvar Hjulstad -- Kurdish (Kurmanci) as minority language in the Federal Republic of Germany / Eva Savelsberg -- Cultural and linguistic revitalization, maintenance and development in Mexico / Jose Antonio Flores Farfan -- Assessing the status, use and accessibility of Canada's Aboriginal languages within communities and cities: some proposed indicators / Mary Jane Norris -- Promotion of minority language scripts in Southwest China: a relative success or a complete failure? / Michael Prosser van der Riet -- The endangered Celtic languages: a wake-up call / Mikael Grut -- Developing partnerships between universities and language communities: top-down and bottom-up integration / Nariyo Kono -- Probit modeling language attrition / Richard J. Hawkins
Dimensions
30 cm.
Edition
2nd rev. printing
Extent
226 p.
Isbn
9780953824861
Other physical details
ill., maps

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