The Oxford handbook of language policy and planning

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Full title: The Oxford handbook of language policy and planning / edited by James W. Tollefson and Miguel Pérez-Milans.
Other authors: Tollefson, James W., (Editor)
Pérez-Milans, Miguel, 1978- (Editor)
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • Research and practice in language policy and planning / James W. Tollefson and Miguel Pérez-Milans
  • Socio-economic junctures, theoretical shifts : a genealogy of LPP research / Monica Heller
  • Research methods in language policy and planning / David Cassels Johnson
  • The critical ethnographic turn in research on language policy and planning / Marilyn Martin-Jones and Ildegrada da Costa Cabral
  • Critical discourse-ethnographic approaches to language policy / Ruth Wodak and Kristof Savski
  • Metapragmatics in the ethnography of language policy / Miguel Pérez-Milans
  • Language ethics and the interdisciplinary challenge / Yael Peled
  • Nationalism and national languages / Tomasz Kamusella
  • Language and the state in western political theory : implications for language policy and planning / Peter Ives
  • Ideologies of language standardization : the case of Cantonese in Hong Kong / Katherine H. Y. Chen
  • Globalization, language policy, and the role of English / Thomas Ricento
  • Language rights and language repression / Stephen May
  • Medium of instruction policy / James W. Tollefson
  • Language tests, language policy, and citizenship / Kellie Frost and Tim McNamara
  • Language policy and mass media / Xuesong (Andy) Gao and Qing Shao
  • Maintaining "good guys" and "bad guys" : implicit language policies in media coverage of international crises / Sandra Silberstein
  • Language policy and planning and linguistic landscapes / Francis M. Hult
  • Revitalizing and sustaining endangered languages / Teresa L. McCarty
  • "We work as bilinguals" : socioeconomic changes and language policy for indigenous languages in El Impenetrable / Virginia Unamuno and Juan Eduardo Bonnin
  • Critical community language policies in education : Solomon Islands case / Karen Ann .Watson-Gegeo, David W. Gegeo, and Billy Fito'o
  • Family language policy / Xiao Lan Curdt-Christiansen
  • Language policies and sign languages / Ronice Muller de Quadros
  • Language policy and planning, institutions and neoliberalization / Eva Codó
  • Post-nationalism and language commodification / Joan Pujolar
  • Bilingual education policy and neoliberal CLIL practices / Ana María Relaño-Pastor
  • Turning language and communication into productive resources : LPP and multinational corporations / Alfonso Del Percio
  • Neoliberalism and linguistic governmentality / Luisa Martín Rojo
  • Inequality and class in language policy and planning / David Block
  • Community languages in late modernity / Li Wei
  • New speakers and language policy / Bernadette O'Rourke, Josep Soler and Jeroen Darquennes
  • Security and language policy / Constadina Charalambous, Panayiota Charalambous, Kamran Khan, and Ben Rampton
  • Language policy and new media : an age of convergence culture / Aoife Lenihan
  • Language ideologies in the text based art of Xu Bing : implications for language policy and planning / Adam Jaworski
  • Language education policy and sociolinguistics : toward a new critical engagement / Jürgen Jaspers
  • Language policy and planning : directions for future research / Miguel Pérez-Milans and James W. Tollefson.