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Mapping linguistic diversity in multicultural contexts /

de Barni, Monica. (edt.) ; Extra, Guus. (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (X-348 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm.Collection: Contributions to the sociology of language, ISSN 1861-0676Édition: Berlin ; New York : Mouton de Gruyter; copyright 2008.ISBN: 9783110195910; 9783110196214.Contenu: This comprehensive book offers insightful crossnational and crosscontinental perspectives on mapping linguistic diversity in a variety of multicultural contexts, both in Europe and abroad, and in both the private and public domain, particularly in terms of spoken languages at home and visual languages on the street. Methodological issues and empirical outcomes are explored for a variety of European and non-European countries and languagesThis comprehensive book offers insightful crossnational and crosscontinental perspectives on mapping linguistic diversity in a variety of multicultural contexts, both in Europe and abroad, and in both the private and public domain, particularly in terms of spoken languages at home and visual languages on the street. Methodological issues and empirical outcomes are explored for a variety of European and non-European countries and languagesSujet RAMEAU: Linguistic minorities | Cultural pluralism | Minorités linguistiques | Multiculturalisme Thématique: Sociolinguistique et ethnolinguistique Thématique spécifique: Sociologie des contacts de langues | Variations linguistiques et société | Multiculturalisme | MultilinguismeType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Allemagne, Etats-Unis d'Amériques

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This comprehensive book offers insightful crossnational and crosscontinental perspectives on mapping linguistic diversity in a variety of multicultural contexts, both in Europe and abroad, and in both the private and public domain, particularly in terms of spoken languages at home and visual languages on the street. Methodological issues and empirical outcomes are explored for a variety of European and non-European countries and languages

This comprehensive book offers insightful crossnational and crosscontinental perspectives on mapping linguistic diversity in a variety of multicultural contexts, both in Europe and abroad, and in both the private and public domain, particularly in terms of spoken languages at home and visual languages on the street. Methodological issues and empirical outcomes are explored for a variety of European and non-European countries and languages

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