Motivation in Language Planning and Language Policy
The aim of this book is to investigate motives for action on language. Seven seem to recur: identity, insecurity, ideology, image, inequality, integration and instrumentality. The author relates those to wider issues of personal and social motivation, discussing the language strategies, plans and policies of a number of individuals, communities and states.
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Integration and Instrumentality
Measuring Motivation in Language Planning and Language
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