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Protecting Endangered Minority Languages: Sociolinguistic Perspectives
Vol. 4, No. 2, 2002

Guest Editor: EDA DERHEMI
 
    Articles


      Editorial, pp. 148-149
Matthias Koenig


 

      Thematic Introduction: Protecting Endangered Minority Languages: Sociolinguistic Perspectives, pp. 150-161
Eda Derhemi


 

      Colonisation, Globalisation, and the Future of Languages in the Twenty-first Century, pp. 162-193
Salikoko Mufwene


 

      The Impact of Language Policy on Endangered Languages, pp. 194-212
Suzanne Romaine


 

      Minority Matters: Issues in Minority Languages in India, pp. 213-234
Rajeshwari Pandharipande


 

      Uchumataqu: Research in Progress on the Bolivian Altiplano, pp. 235-247
Pieter Muysken


 

      The Endangered Arbresh Language and the Importance of Standardised Writing for its Survival: The Case of Piana degli Albanesi, pp. 248-269
Eda Derhemi


 

      Endangered Minority Languages: Prospects for Sociolinguistic Research, pp. 270-275
Joshua Fishman


 





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