Post-imperial English: Status Change in Former British and American Colonies, 1940-1990

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Joshua A. Fishman, Andrew W. Conrad, Alma Rubal-Lopez
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 654 pages
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Contents

Some empirical and theoretical issues
3
The state of the discussion
13
A comparative analysis of former
37
From imperial design to the imperative need
85
19401993
113
Postimperial English in the Philippines
139
Ninetyfive years of change of
173
The English language in Quebec 19401990
205
Postimperial English in Nigeria 19401990
357
English in Tanzania 19401990
373
The lifecycle of postimperial English in Cameroon
401
All gains a few losses?
431
The status of English in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia KSA from
457
Postimperial English in Malaysia
513
English in Israel after independence
535
Politics of language conflict
557

THE EUROPEAN UNION
241
The imperial language in postcolonial
271
English in South Africa 19401996
303
English in Sudan
339
English in Papua New Guinea
589
Postimperial English 19401990
623
Subject index
643
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