6 edition of Language policy and national unity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by William R. Beer, James E. Jacob.|
|Contributions||Beer, William R., 1943-, Jacob, James E.|
|LC Classifications||P119.3 .L36 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 244 p. :|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||81067475|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Alexander, Neville. Language policy and national unity in South Africa/Azania. Cape Town: Buchu Books, © Language Policy contributes to the growth of the field by publishing high-quality studies that help build a sound theoretical understanding of the subject area. It presents papers that deal with the widest range of cases, situations and regions. This journal covers both language policy and educational policy.
Declaring English the official language of the United States is an easy way to promote unity and inclusion. It is a logical, cost-effective way to create a common means of communication so. Alexander's recent book Language Policy and National Unity in South Afri-ca/ Azania (Cape Town: Buchu Books, ) is welcome and timely. So far, little thinking has been devoted to a topic which is not only of immense practical import, but will have to be addressed by any future government of a reconstructed South.
May 30th , Colombo, Sri Lanka: Language is fundamental to human communication and a key marker of identity. Accordingly, it is essential that the language rights of every citizen of Sri Lanka is upheld. The failure to do so will adversely impact the enjoyment of full and equal citizenship, meaningful reconciliation and national unity as well as the quality of governance and the legitimacy. This ahistorical, apolitical approach to language has also been a feature of sociolinguistics, despite its emphasis on the social, and of many discussions of LP [language policy] as well (). To fully grasp the book’s argument it is necessary to comprehend exactly what the author means by “political” and what it means to say that.
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The central focus of each chapter is language policy and how it accomplishes-or fails to accomplish-the task of maintaining national unity in the face of linguistic diversity. Included among the nations considered are examples of postcolonial cultures, as well as nations that have sheltered linguistic minorities within their borders throughout their history, countries fragmented into tribal 2/5(1).
Language Policy and National Unity in South Africa/Azania. 8 not the unification, of the people of South Africa. As we shall see in the next chapter, their idea of a nation‘ ’ is based on the experience of certain European peoples in the 18th and l9th centuries.
Hence, language, nation and culture are. Unlike other multi-ethnic nations, such as Myanmar and India, where Language policy and national unity book language policy has sparked bloody clashes, Thailand has maintained relative stability despite its eighty languages. In this study of the relations among politics, geography, and language, William A.
Smalley shows how Thailand has maintained national unity through an Cited by: Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Language policy and national unity.
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Download Language Policy And National Unity books, The central focus of each chapter is language policy and how it accomplishes-or fails to accomplish-the task of maintaining national unity in the face of linguistic diversity.
Included among the nations considered are examples of postcolonial cultures, as well as nations that have sheltered. Language Policy and National Unity in South Africa/Azania: An Essay.
Neville Alexander. Buchu Books, - Language planning - 85 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. PREFACE. Unlike other multi-ethnic nations, such as Myanmar and India, where official language policy has sparked bloody clashes, Thailand has maintained relative stability despite its eighty languages.
In this study of the relations among politics, geography, and language, William A. Smalley shows how Thailand has maintained national unity through an elaborate social and linguistic y.
National unity in language. 23 In fact the education language policy as enunciated by the Education Act (as amended in ) states that the three languages of Zimbabwe, namely, Shona. 2 CHAPTER 1: National Unity and Diversity and the Language(s) We Speak Changing Demographics Immigration According to a working paper published by the U.S.
Census Bureau, “[t]he estimated size of the foreign-born population of the United States in was. Language Policy and National Unity in South Africa by Neville Alexander. Archive Category: Book chapter.
Publisher: Buchu Books. Date of Publication: Ethiopian language policy before and during the Italian invasion 31 Language policy of the Emperor ( ) 34 Language policy of the Socialist system, Dergue in Ethiopia () 38 The multilingual policy of Ethiopia ( to the present) Abstract.
The old assumption, which advocates one-language language policy for the promotion of social cohesion and national integration, has now been strongly confronted in many ways. Language rights questions and self-determination demands of the. The national language has become their native language and this has greatly helped them foster national unity.
A sense of patriotism As citizens. View Language Policy and National Unity from CRIMINAL A CRWX at University of South Africa. Language Policy and National Unity in South Africa/Azania An essay by Neville Alexander 0 Language.
language policy is implemented that emphasizes th e importance of the national language to revive and the nation to unite. One example is Scotland that is pushing its “Sa y Yes to an. The policy framework is fundamental to the management of our diverse language resources and the achievement of government’s goal to promote democracy, justice, equity and national unity.
It is in this spirit that the promotion of all 11 official languages of our country, as provided for in the Constitution, takes centre stage in the policy. Language Policy in Afghanistan: Linguistic Diversity and National Unity" published on 01 Jan by Brill.
Editor: Harold Schiffman The book was co-edited by Brian Spooner, Professor of Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania. Language policy in Central Asia, Afghanistan and the immediately surrounding neighboring countries has a long and varied history. The Iranian See More.
Culture and Sport began reviewing the language policy for schools. In order to develop a national policy, discussions were held in all regions of the country and a draft policy was developed. After lengthy discussions the agreed policy was issued in the document Education and Culture in Na-mibia: The Way Forward to in.
National language is a driving force behind national unity, writes Asim Nawaz Abbassi, 27, of Islamabad in Pakistan, yet in spite of having constitutional status there is no plan to promote the use of Urdu in Pakistan. English is becoming the symbol of the elite.Attempts of language policy makers to promote multi- lingualism are marred by political issues.
A symbolic political power not always in favor of a heterogeneous society once too often overshadows.Language Policy in Nigeria: Prospect for National Unity Dare Williams Omotoyinbo1a Abstract Various studies on the National Policy on Education (NPE) have concentrated on the cognitive value of pedagogy and learning of the language aspect but few have viewed its importance on the togetherness of the nation - Nigeria.