Sociolinguistic and Language Planning Organizations
Francesc Domínguez, Núria López
John Benjamins Publishing, Jan 1, 1995 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 530 pages
This directory gives guidance in the complicated world of sociolinguistic and language planning organizations, giving structural information on regional, national, provincial and community level, both public and private. Each entry gives full details, including full addresses, phone/fax numbers, Director's name, and information on the organization s activities, programs, publications, work in progress and plans for the future.
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Academy administration Afrikaans Amerind Amerind family applied linguistics applied sociolinguistics Bantu language Basque bilingualism Catalan Catalonia collections of periodicals communications computer science corpus planning coverage and mixed coverage and public Creole cultural database debates Documentation Centre open educational training financing founding date France No further French Frisian further information received future projects geographical coverage geolinguistics German Indo-Pacific Indo-Pacific family Institute international coverage Ladin language planned language policy language policy implementation language promotion campaigns language services provided/activities language teacher training Langue Lengua Linguistique Appliquee Mayan language million speakers mixed financing Monday to Friday multilingualism name in English Namibia national coverage Niger-Congo Niger-Kordofanian Niger-Kordofanian family Non-governmental research organization Occitan official language organization of national organizing conferences P.O. Box Papua New Guinea pluriculturalism or interculturalism Province Papua psychology of language Quechua reprography seminars sociolinguistics sociology of language Spanish speakers Moeckel 1992 specializations staff teaching terminology Tibeto-Burman language Trans-New Guinea type of organization Welsh