Linguistic Situation in North-East India

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Mrinal Miri
Concept Publishing Company, 2003 - India, Northeastern - 159 pages
The Focus Is On The Linguistic Situation In North-East India With Particular Reference To The Problems Of Inter-Ethnic Communications, Linguistic Identity And The Growth Of Ethnic Consciousness Based On Linguistic Affiliation.
 

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I find the chapter dealing with the Khasi language fascinating, well researched and documented. Such information if is made available in the local language will create a sense of history which is founded in strong foundation. Going through the article on the Khasi language it made me realised how much had been done to reach to the present day. It also make me lament that the Khasi scholars are not venturing further to dive deeper into the subject.
Sylvanus Lamare
 

Contents

Preface to the First Edition
11
PART
17
The Colonial Transformation
26
Evolution of Assamese as a Medium of Instruction
49
A Study of the Scripts of
69
Trend of the Language and Culture of Manipur
76
Language Problem in the NorthEast Region
83
An Exploration of SapirWhorf
89
Their Socio
101
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