Advances in language planning

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Joshua A. Fishman
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1974 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 590 pages
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Contents

the State of the Art
15
THEORETICAL STUDIES
35
Basic Types of Treatment of Language Problems
37
The Theory of Language Planning
49
Some Comments on Language Planning
69
Language Modernization and Planning in Comparison with other Types of National Modernization and Planning
79
Toward a Definition of Language Planning
103
LANGUAGE POLICY STUDIES
125
Language Education in Arab Countries and the Role of the Academies
279
Linguistic Correctness and the Role of the Academies in Latin America
315
Language Standardisation in SubSaharan Africa
369
Language Policy Language Engineering and Literacy in Indonesia and Malaysia
391
General Principles for the Cultivation of Good Language
417
An Assessment
427
Standardization
457
IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION AND FEEDBACK STUDIES
479

Linguistics and Language Issues in Turkey
127
Colonial Language Policies and their Legacies in SubSaharan Africa
163
Language Policies of Independent African States
177
Christian Missions and Language Policies in Africa
191
Language Policy Language Engineering and Literacy in New Guinea and Australia
205
Language Policy Language Engineering and Literacy in the Philippines
221
Language Policy Language Engineering and Literacy in French Polynesia
255
CODIFICATION CULTIVATION AND ELABORATION STUDIES
277
the Case of Canada
481
A Study of Knowledge Usage and Attitudes
493
Towards a Language Policy
519
Implementing a Language Policy
527
The Influence of Different Systems of Hebrew Orthography on Reading Efficiency
555
Index of Names
573
Index of Subjects
585
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