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In 35 chapters by leading scholars in language policy and planning (LPP), this Handbook critically examines current theoretical and methodological transformations taking place in LPP. Sections on LPP theory, nation-states and communities, and late modernity, plus an integrative summary, offer a state-of-the-art profile of LPP and directions for future research.…mehr

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In 35 chapters by leading scholars in language policy and planning (LPP), this Handbook critically examines current theoretical and methodological transformations taking place in LPP. Sections on LPP theory, nation-states and communities, and late modernity, plus an integrative summary, offer a state-of-the-art profile of LPP and directions for future research.
Autorenporträt
James W. Tollefson is Professor Emeritus at the University of Washington. He has also taught in Hong Kong, Japan, the Philippines, and Slovenia. He is the author or editor of Language Policies in Education: Critical Issues; Power and Inequality in Language Education; Planning Language, Planning Inequality; and (with Amy B.M. Tsui) Medium of Instruction Policies: Which Agenda? Whose Agenda? and Language Policy, Culture and Identity in Asian Contexts. Miguel Pérez-Milans is Associate Professor at University College London. He has also taught at The University of Hong Kong. He is the author of Urban Schools and English Language Education in Late Modern China: A Critical Sociolinguistic Ethnography (Routledge Critical Studies in Multilingualism). His other research carried out in Madrid, London, and Hong Kong has been published in articles and edited special issues in international journals in socio-/applied linguistics. He is Managing Editor of Language, Culture and Society (John Benjamins).