A reader in French sociolinguistics

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M. H. Offord
Multilingual Matters, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 213 pages
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This work brings together extracts relating to French sociolinguistics, illustrating a range of attitudes and approaches to the role of French in France and elsewhere in the world. The four sections treat the French language in France today, linguistic diversity in France and French outside France.
 

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Malcolm Offord is Reader in French at the University of Nottingham and has published a number of books and articles on the French language. His major publications include Using French: a Guide to Contemporary Usage (CUP) and Using French Synonyms (CUP), both co-authored with R.E. Batchelor, Varieties of Contemporary French (Macmillan), French Sociolinguistic Reader (Multilingual Matters).

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