The Handbook of Bilingualism
Tej K. Bhatia, William C. Ritchie
John Wiley & Sons, May 21, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 884 pages
The Handbook of Bilingualism provides state-of-the-art treatments of the central issues that arise in consideration of the phenomena of bilingualism ranging from the representation of the two languages in the bilingual individual's brain to the various forms of bilingual education, including the status of bilingualism in each area of the world.
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