Undoing and Redoing Corpus Planning

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Michael G. Clyne
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 520 pages
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Prilicno unrelated, Undoing of Bosnian, Serbian and Croation :-/

Contents

List of Maps
1
On undoing
31
Linguistic consequences of the Sandinista revolution and its aftermath
61
Undoing some effects of the Cultural Revolution Chinese address forms
95
The reconvergence of German after unification and its limits
117
The reconvergence of Vietnamese
143
Bosnian Serbian Croatian
165
Reconvergence of Moldavian towards Romanian
193
Diets Nederlands Nederduits Hollands Vlaams BelgischNederlands
249
Andrew Gonzalez
313
The Turkish Language Reform forced into stagnation
357
Influence of the Middle East Peace Process on the Hebrew language
385
The impact of the Peace Process in the Middle East on Arabic
415
Eradicating racism in language Afrikaans
445
Epilogue
477
List of Contributors
503

a social dialect experiment in language planning
215

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About the author (1997)

Michael Clyne is Professorial Fellow in Linguistics and Director of the Research Unit for Multilingualism and Cross-Cultural Communication at the University of Melbourne. His books include Language and Society in German-Speaking Countries (Cambridge, 1984), Community Languages: the Australian Experience (Cambridge, 1991), Pluricentric Languages (1992), The German Language in a Changing Europe (Cambridge, 1995), and Intercultural Communication at Work (Cambridge, 1995).

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