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Multilingualism on the Internet
Developed in cooperation with Initiative B@bel

Vol. 6, No. 1, February 2004

Guest Editor: SUE WRIGHT

NB: The discontinued pagination is due to the fact that each article has its French translation.
 
    Articles


      Editorial, pp. 1- 2
Matthias Koenig


 

      Thematic Introduction, pp. 5 - 13
Sue Wright


 

      Globalization, Transnational Communication and the Internet, pp. 22- 37
David Block


 

      An Analysis of the Language Repertoires of Students in Higher Education and their Language Choices on the Internet, pp. 52-75
Helen Kelly Holmes
(Ukraine, Poland, Macedonia, Italy, France, Tanzania, Oman and Indonesia)

 

      From the Oral Tradition to the Information Era: the Case of Tanzania, pp. 99 - 124
Safari Mafu


 

      The Internet in Arabic-speaking Settings: a Case Study, pp. 146 -158
Richard Peel


 

      Japanese Speakers and the Internet, pp. 173 - 183
Helen Gerrard and Sachiko Nakamura


 





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