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Tove Skutnabb-Kangas: Rights to Language - Equity, Power and Education. Edited by Robert Phillipson

Robert Phillipson (ed.) (2000)
Rights to Language: Equity, Power, and Education

Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ, USA

Routledge - Taylor & Francis Group

 

 

List of CONTENTS

Preface

Acknowledgements

Francisca Sanchez: Tove

 

PART I. LANGUAGE: ITS DIVERSITY, ITS STUDY, AND OUR UNDERSTANDINGS OF IT

 

Kerttu Vuolab: Such a Treasure of Knowledge for Human Survival

Luisa Maffi: Linguistic and Biological Diversity: The Inextricable Link

Joshua A. Fishman and Gella Schweid Fishman: Rethinking Language Defense

Jan Branson and Don Miller: Maintaining, Developing and Sharing the Knowledge and Potential Embedded in all our Languages and Cultures: On linguists as Agents of Epistemic Violence

Amir Hassanpour: The Politics of A-political Linguistics: Linguists and Linguicide

Anna-Riitta Lindgren: Language Emancipation: The Finnish Case

D. P. Pattanayak: Linguistic Pluralism: A Point of Departure

Lilja Liukka: Birch - Wind - Looks

Probal Dasgupta: Culture, Sharing and Language

Constance M. Beutel: 'Spirit of the Earth'

 

PART II. RIGHTS: LANGUAGE RIGHTS, THEIR ARTICULATION AND IMPLEMENTATION 55

Naz Rassool: Language Maintenance as an Arena of Cultural and Political Struggles in a Changing World

Cees Hamelink: Human Rights: The Next Fifty Years

Fernand de Varennes: Tolerance and Inclusion: The Convergence of Human Rights and the Work of Tove Skutnabb-Kangas

Pirkko Leporanta-Morley: Unity in difference - Belonging

Teun A. van Dijk: Discourse and Access

Peter Mühlhäusler: Language Rights for the Language of Norfolk Island

Ina Druviete: The Latvian Language Law Debate: Some Aspects of Linguistic Human Rights in Education

E. Annamalai: Use of Language Rights by Minorities

Mark Fettes: (Un)Writing the Margins: Steps Toward an Ecology of Language

 

PART III. EQUITY: JUSTICE FOR SPEAKERS OF ALL LANGUAGES 95

Ngugi wa Thiong'o: Writing for Diversity

François Grin and François Vaillancourt: On the Financing of Language Policies and Distributive Justice

Ulrich Ammon: Towards more Fairness in International English: Linguistic Rights of Non-native Speakers?

Masaki Oda: Linguicism in Action: Language and Power in Academic Institutions

Antje-Katrin Menk: Equality of Opportunity and Assimilation. Or: We German Left-wing Do-gooders and Minority Language Rights

Ingegerd Municio-Larsson: Science and Policy - When does Science Matter?

Jarmo Lainio: From Historical Shame to Present Struggle

Miklós Kontra: Which Contacts Breed Conflicts? 140

Mustafa Hussain: Exclusion as Discursive Practice and the Politics of Identity

 

PART IV. POWER: POLICIES FOR MULTILINGUALISM 149

Angéline Martel: Paradoxes of Plurilingualism. For better? For worse? And Beyond?

Michael Clyne: Promoting Multilingualism and Linguistic Human Rights in the Era of Economic Rationalism and Globalization

Language Resilience and Educational Empowerment: Philippines and Australia

Jerzy J. Smolicz and Margaret J. Secombe:

Neville Alexander: Language Policy and Planning in South Africa: Some Insights

Zubeida Desai: Mother Tongue Education: The Key to African Language Development? A Conversation with an Imagined South African Audience

Shelley K. Taylor: Common Practice and Linguistic Human Rights: A-Team v. B-Team Coercion or the Co-construction of 'Utopia'

Leena Huss: Creating a Bilingual Family in a 'Monolingual' Country

Harald Gaski: The Reindeer on the Mountain, the Reindeer in the Mind: On Sámi Yoik Lyrics

 

PART V. EDUCATION: AFFIRMING DIVERSITY, CONFIRMING RIGHTS

Markku Jokinen: The Linguistic Human Rights of Sign Language Users

Pertti Toukomaa: The Linguistic Problem Child has Many Names

Markku Peura: Creating a Successful Minority School

Istvan Lanstyak: Bilingual versus Bilingual Education: The Case of Slovakia

Kathleen Heugh: Giving Good Weight to Multilingualism in South Africa

Birgit Brock-Utne: Education for All - In Whose Language?

Ofelia García: Language: A Diversity Category Beyond all Others

Jim Cummins: 'This Place Nurtures my Spirit': Creating Contexts of Empowerment in Linguistically-diverse Schools

Dawn Wink and Joan Wink: Dual Language Models and Intergenerational Inspirations

Robert Phillipson: Integrative Comment: Living with Vision and Commitment

 

Contributors

Bibliography

Index


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