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Towards a Democratic and Decentralised Official
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African areas basilectal bilingual bourgeoisie broadcast capitalist Carrington chapter Chinese colonial Commonwealth Caribbean communication competence in English Creole language question Creole speakers Creole-speaking mass Creolese developed dialect diglossia dominant Dominica Dutch economic education system elite emerged English-lexicon Creole existence favour French functions Grenada Guadeloupe Guadeloupean Guyana Haiti Haitian ideological implemented independence institutions involved ISBN issue Jamaica Jamaican Creole labour language problem language reform language rights language situation language variety linguistic status quo literacy programme literacy skills Lucia major mass media medium of instruction mesolectal monolingual movement Mozambique nationalist native language Niger-Congo language official language policy organisations orthography Papiamentu period political Portugese position post-colonial primary schools Public-Formal Radio Central result revolution revolutionary role ruling class rural Russian Sentence social society sole official language speaking speech spoken Sranan standard Surinam Swahili Tanzania teaching literacy workers writing system written language