By Thomas Ricento
An creation to Language coverage: Theories and approach is a suite of newly-written chapters that conceal the foremost theories and techniques presently hired by means of students energetic within the box.
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Haugen’s codiﬁcation, 1983, pp. 271–2); while modernization, referring to the lexical and stylistic development of a language/literacy for its expansion into hitherto unused domains, attends to the cultivation of languages/literacies for particular functions. In a pair of articles, Nahir (1977, 1984) identiﬁed 11 goals of language planning, 9 of which I interpret as representing cultivation planning, of the status and corpus types, respectively. Revival (and similarly, revitalization, renewal, and reversing language shift; see Hornberger & King, 1996, p.
Special issue). Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 1(4). Cobarrubias, J. (1983). Ethical issues in status planning. In J. Cobarrubias & J. ), Progress in language planning: International perspectives (pp. 41– 86). Berlin: Mouton. Cobarrubias, J. & Fishman, J. ) (1983). Progress in language planning: International perspectives. Berlin: Mouton. Cooper, R. L. (1989). Language planning and social change. New York: Cambridge University Press. Corson, D. (1997). Critical realism: An emancipatory philosophy for applied linguistics?
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