Promoting Linguistic Diversity

Reflections on the Language Policy of European Language Policy Conferences

Petra Gilliyard Daryai-Hansen

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    Resumé

    To face up to the omnipresence of ‘Anglo-American’, conferences on language policy today address the issue of promoting linguistic diversity. This especially applies to contemporary Europe. Nevertheless, these conferences, which can be regarded as a kind of laboratories or academic microcosm, do not subscribe to clear language policies. Consequently, the predominant language is here, as elsewhere, the Anglo-American. This article outlines the deep division between the postulate of linguistic diversity and reality, and is a call for soul-searching.
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TitelThe Consequences of Mobility : Linguistic and Sociocultural Contact Zones
    RedaktørerBent Preisler, Anne Fabricius, Hartmut Haberland, Susanne Kjærbeck, Karen Risager
    Antal sider4
    Udgivelses stedRoskilde University, Denmark
    ForlagRoskilde Universitet
    Publikationsdato2005
    Sider272-275
    ISBN (Elektronisk)87-7349-651-0
    StatusUdgivet - 2005

    Citer dette

    Daryai-Hansen, P. G. (2005). Promoting Linguistic Diversity: Reflections on the Language Policy of European Language Policy Conferences. I B. Preisler, A. Fabricius, H. Haberland, S. Kjærbeck, & K. Risager (red.), The Consequences of Mobility: Linguistic and Sociocultural Contact Zones (s. 272-275). Roskilde University, Denmark: Roskilde Universitet.
    Daryai-Hansen, Petra Gilliyard. / Promoting Linguistic Diversity : Reflections on the Language Policy of European Language Policy Conferences. The Consequences of Mobility: Linguistic and Sociocultural Contact Zones. red. / Bent Preisler ; Anne Fabricius ; Hartmut Haberland ; Susanne Kjærbeck ; Karen Risager. Roskilde University, Denmark : Roskilde Universitet, 2005. s. 272-275
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