B. Tsui, ‘Language Diversity and Language Policy in Educational Access and Equity’, Review of Research in Education, 2014, 38, 189–214. B. Spolsky, ‘Maori Bilingual Education and Language Revitalization’, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Education, 1989, 10, 2, 89–105. Thomas Ricento (ed.) Wiley-Blackwell Wiley reminds us that issues of language policy and planning ultimately involve the influence and control of social behavior, and he challenges what he sees as the “philistine logic of conquer or be conquered” underlying the ideology of monolingualism. 3 Researcher Positionality 21 Angel M.Y. R. Ruiz, ‘Orientations in Language Planning’, NABE Journal, 1984, 8, 2, 15–34. Only 10 left in stock - order soon. S. Makoni and A. Pennycook, ‘Disinventing and (Re)constituting languages’, Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, 2005, 2, 3, 137–56. 52. 40. In book: New perspectives on language and education: Sociolinguistics and language education (pp.143-174) Chapter: Language policy and planning K. King, L. Fogle, and A. Logan-Terry, ‘Family Language Policy’, Language and Linguistics Compass, 2008, 2, 5, 907–22. The role of theory in language policy scholarship and practice is critically evaluated. D. C. Johnson, ‘Ethnography of Language Policy’, Language Policy, 2009, 8, 139–59. The figure below, figure 2, illustrates this model by depicting the agents, levels, and processes involved in language planning and policy. 3. A. Mazrui, ‘Language Policy and the Foundations of Democracy: An African Perspective’, International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 1996, 118, 107–24. Compromise in Language Revitalization and Language Revival’, Language in Society, 1994, 23, 4, 479–94. Ethnography of language planning and policy - Volume 51 Issue 2 - Nancy H. Hornberger, Aldo Anzures Tapia, David H. Hanks, Frances Kvietok Dueñas, Siwon Lee R. E. Hamel, ‘The Dominance of English in the International Scientific Periodical Literature and the Future of Language in Science’, AILA Review, 2007, 20, 53–71. This is a dummy description. B. Weinstein, ‘Political Goals of Language Policies’, in G. Imhoff (ed. 46. Building on recent calls to examine the material realities of people’s lives, our paper explores how developments in ecological approaches to second language acquisition (SLA) and recent SLA identity work can help advance the language policy and planning (LPP) research agenda. With copious references to assist readers in locating current resources, all contributions offer exciting possibilities as points of departure for lively discussion and productive research.” Mary McGroarty, Northern Arizona University, “This is an excellent book that provides an accessible introduction to current issues without losing any of the complexity of the debate.” Sue Wright, Aston University, "The collection is very well written and likely to be of use bth to readers with a central interest in language planning and to those studying or researching in cognative areas." 39. S. Romaine, ‘Planning for the Survival of Linguistic Diversity’, Language Policy, 2006, 5, 441–73. 12. This book is included in the following series: By using this site you agree to the use of cookies. 20. 37. Thus, the naming of the field itself has shifted to language policy, as it recognizes the multiple forces that influence behavior toward language (LP)(Ricento, 2006; Shohamy, 2006; Spolsky, 2004, 2012). These multiple layers have been referred to as the ^onion layers _ by Ricento and Hornberger (1996) and are the following: (1) macro, (2) meso and (3) micro layers. H. De Schutter, ‘Language Policy and Political Philosophy: On the Emerging Linguistic Justice Debate’, Language Problems & Language Planning, 2007, 31, 1, 1–23. N. C. Dorian, ‘Purism vs. September 2005 J. W. Tollefson and A. Language Policy (Key Topics in Sociolinguistics) by Bernard Spolsky Paperback $42.39. 21. 67–98. 41. System requirements for Bookshelf for PC, Mac, IOS and Android etc. TESOL Quarterly, 30, 401-427. Ethnography of language policy is a method for examining the agents, contexts and process across multiple layers of LPP (Hornberger & Johnson, 2007). Over the years the Stellenbosch University (SU) Language Policy (LP) has been a bone of contention in South Africa (SA). Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Language: english. theorization for a framework for language policy and planning studies. Download Product Flyer is to download PDF in new tab. 5. Thomas Ricento As Ricento mentions clearly in the introduction to Part II, “Methodological Perspectives in Language Policy,” no method is distinct from theory, and each of the chapters provides examples of a method of inquiry into LP that is both in sync with and critical of dominant theories presented in Part I. Purposes of Language Planning 4. B. H. Jernudd and J. Das Gupta, ‘Towards a Theory of Language Planning’, in J. Rubin and B. H. Jernudd (eds. This is a dummy description. Language Policy and Planning (LPP) [Language planning is] a body of ideas, laws and regulations (language policy), change rules, beliefs and practices intended to achieve a planned change (or to stop change from happening) in the language use in one or more communities…. ), Learning in Two Languages: From Conflict to Consensus in the Reorganization of Schools (Transaction Publishers, 1990), pp. H. Kloss, ‘Abstand Languages’ and ‘Ausbau Languages’, Anthropological Linguistics, 1967, 9, 7, 29–41. M. Heller, ‘Globalization, the New Economy and the Commodification of Language and Identity’, Journal of Sociolinguistics, 2003, 7, 4, 473–92. D. Hymes, ‘Models of the Interaction of Language and Social Setting’, Journal of Social Issues, 1967, 23, 2, 8–28. 25. Liu and J. Ships from and sold by Amazon.com. The field of language policy and planning has evolved over the past half century into a flourishing field of academic inquiry, with identifiable research agendas, methods, and findings. An Introduction to Language Policy: Theories and Method is a collection of newly-written chapters that cover the major theories and methods currently employed by scholars active in the field. S. S. Mufwene, ‘The Role of Mother-tongue Schooling in Eradicating Poverty: A Response to Language and Poverty’, Language, 2010, 86, 4, 910–32. 44. Thomas Ricento. File: PDF, 256 KB. 54. 51. J. Cobarrubias, ‘Ethical Issues in Status Planning’, in J. Cobarrubias and J. Hornberger 2006). H. C. Kelman, ‘Language as an Aid and Barrier to Involvement in the National System’, in J. Rubin and B. H. Jernudd (eds. 45. This chapter has been compiled to provide an overview of the language policing and planning (LPP) field, particularly for new researchers who would like to pursue their MA or PhD. K. A. Woolard and T.-J. G.-Q. 1 and 5. T. Wiley and M. Lukes, ‘English-only and Standard English Ideologies in the U.S.’, TESOL Quarterly, 1996, 30, 3, 511–35. 21–51. Year: 2000. and Hornberger, N.H. (1996) Unpeeling the Onion Language Planning and Policy and the ELT Profession. As Ricento (2000) mentioned, the history of LPP can be examined in terms of three main stages. 55. E. Williams and J. Cook, ‘Pathways and Labyrinths: Language and Education in Development’, TESOL Quarterly, 2002, 36, 3, 297–322. Everyday low … 19. 309–25. language policy phase. Ricento, Thomas (2006). Looks like you are currently in Singapore but have requested a page in the United States site. K. D. Mc Rae, ‘The Principle of Territoriality and the Principle of Personality in Multilingual States’, International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 1975, 4, 33–54. An Introduction to Language Policy: Theory and Method. 1. J. 60–84. Volume: 4. ), Language Policy in Schools: A Resource for Teachers and Administrators (Routledge, 1999), pp. Most VitalSource eBooks are available in a reflowable EPUB format which allows you to resize text to suit you and enables other accessibility features. Would you like to change to the United States site? 66. R. Fasold, ‘Vernacular Language Education’, in K. R. Fasold (ed. 3. Educational Review, “This book sets the benchmark on how to make such a vital subject approachable whilst not sacrificing intellectual rigour.” Journal of Sociolinguistics. J. W. Tollefson, ‘The Ideology of Language Planning Theory’, in J. W. Tollefson, Planning Language, Planning Inequality: Language Policy in the Community (Longman, 1991), pp. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2006. p. 24-41. Why is ISBN important? Class, Ethnicity, and Language Rights: An Analysis of British Colonial Policy in Lesotho and Sri Lanka and Some Implications for Language Policy. Fast and free shipping free returns cash on delivery available on eligible purchase. Fishman (1991) observed that “millions of people throughout the world are consciously engaged 18. Example: The spread of Spanish in Paraguay at the expense of the native language, Guarani. 5. In addition to direct action and prefiguration, another important feature of radicalism is critique. Copyright © 2000-document.write(new Date().getFullYear()) by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., or related companies. ), Can Language be Planned? W. Kymlicka and A. Patten, ‘Language Rights and Political Theory’, Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 2003, 23, 3–21. In Stock. 273–91. 149–152). Language policy research as a branch of resource management proved to be impossible as there are to many influencing factors and uncontrollable variables. D. W. Gegeo and K. A. Watson-Gegeo, ‘The Critical Villager: Transforming Language and Education in Solomon Islands’, in J. Tollefson (ed. Sociolinguistic Theory and Practice for Developing Nations (University Press of Hawaii, 1971), pp. W. A. Stewart, ‘A Sociolinguistic Typology for Describing National Multilingualism’, in J. 38. xii + 371 $34.95 ISBN 1-4051-1498-3 Reviewed by Paul McPherron University of California at Davis January 4, 2007 Functioning as an update to the 1996 special issue of TESOL Quarterly on language Models or approaches to language planning Classical approach Language management approach Domain approach Critical approach Baldauf, 2012 18. 16. F. Grin, ‘Language Planning and Economics’, Current Issues in Language Planning, 2003, 4, 1, 1–66. Ricento 2000, 2006) For this paper, I will use the term “language policy” that Ricento uses, that it is a … super-ordinate term which subsumes ‘language planning.’ Language policy research is concerned not only with official and unofficial acts of governmental and other institutional entities, but also with ), Can Language be Planned? K. Menken, ‘Teaching to the Test: How No Child Left Behind Impacts Language Policy, Curriculum, and Instruction for English Language Learners’, Bilingual Research Journal, 2006, 30, 2, 521–46. 27. J. Hirokazu Nukuto, Globalization, Foreign Language Acquisition Planning and Classroom Practice: A Case Study of Multinational Group Interaction in a Japanese University English Course, Language Policy and Language Acquisition Planning, 10.1007/978-3-319-75963-0_9, (155-172), (2018). P. G. Djité, ‘Language and Development: Theories and Sobering Realities’, International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 2014, 225, 147–61. M. Martin-Jones, ‘Bilingualism, Education, and the Regulation of Access to Language Resources’, in M. Heller (ed. 32. methodological papers, such as Ricento's overview over language policy and planning, A. Pennycook's historical survey of the ideological lessions to be drawn from the spread of English in former colonies and R. Phillipson's discussion of the role of English in creating a new 'world order'. 67. Example: The Arab Language Academy 6. N. H. Hornberger, ‘Language Policy, Language Education, Language Rights: Indigenous, Immigrant, and International Perspectives’, Language in Society, 1998, 27, 4, 439–58. ), Sociopolitical Perspectives on Language Policy and Planning in the USA (John Benjamins, 1999), pp. The work collectively represents a new direction in language policy … 14. ), The Handbook of Language and Globalization (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), pp. 2. 15. language and policy decisions and their implementation, or through an emphasis on culti-vation – that is, on the functional extension of language development and use (Baldauf, 2006, pp. Volume IV: Language Policy and Globalization. 17. Policy and Planning for Endangered Languages Language policy issues are imbued with a powerful symbolism that is often linked to questions of identity, with the suppression or failure to recognise and support a given endangered variety representing a refusal to grant a ‘voice’ to the corresponding ethno-cultural community. Thomas Ricento is Professor and Research Chair at the University of Calgary, Canada. Consequently, language policies for Philippines‘ schools have fluctuated greatly over the 531–45. This title provides an accessible introduction to the study of language policy research and language… 61. H. Kloss, ‘Language Rights of Immigrant Groups’, International Migration Review, 1971, 5, 2, 250–68. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. C. B. Paulston, ‘Language Policies and Language Rights’, Annual Review of Anthropology, 1997, 26, 73–85. Volume II: Language Policy and Language Rights. Mobile/eReaders – Download the Bookshelf mobile app at VitalSource.com or from the iTunes or Android store to access your eBooks from your mobile device or eReader. 101–22. 41–85. T. Ricento and N. H. Hornberger, ‘Unpeeling the Onion: Language Planning and Policy and the ELT Professional’, TESOL Quarterly, 1996, 30, 3, 401–27. Terminology Unification: To develop unified terminologies, primarily in technical domains. Details. ), The Sociolinguistics of Society (Basil Blackwell, 1984), pp. 48. Lo Bianco, ‘Teaching Chinese, Teaching in Chinese, and Teaching the Chinese’, Language Policy, 2007, 6, 95–117. 47. 43. Within the language policy and planning literature, coherent and explicit theories of politics and power are rarely evident. Ricento, Thomas K.; Hornberger, Nancy H. TESOL Quarterly, v30 n3 p401-27 Aut 1996. Volume I: Theoretical and Historical Foundations. The volume is well-written, well-edited and provides a wealth of information for linguists and non-linguists alike. A. Fishman, ‘What is Reversing Language Shift (RLS) and How Can it Succeed?’, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 1990, 11, 1–2, 5–36. 9. J. Blommaert, ‘Language Planning as a Discourse on Language and Society: The Linguistic Ideology of a Scholarly Tradition’, Language Problems and Language Planning, 1996, 20, 3, 199–222. E. Haugen, ‘Planning for a Standard Language in Modern Norway’, Anthropological Linguistics, 1959, 1, 3, 8–21. The classical approach Language planning and policy for… Status planning Social roles and perceptions of the languages. 26. An Introduction to Language Policy: Theory and Method. D. Corson, ‘Critical Policymaking’, in D. Corson (ed. Language Policy and Planning book. Download Product Flyer is to download PDF in new tab. 56. 29. by Haugen, proved to be inadequate to describe reality or to be applied to it. 28. Kaplan and Baldauf (1997, p. 52) suggested that language planners Current Issues in Language Planning 3 P. Ives, ‘Cosmopolitanism and Global English: Language Politics in Globalization Debates’, Political Studies, 2010, 58, 516–35. FREE Shipping. Download Product Flyer is to download PDF in new tab. As a result, the University became the National Higher Education Language Policy’s caveat for "setting back the transformation agendas of institutions" (pp. C. A. Ferguson, ‘Diglossia’, Word, 1959, 15, 325–40. ISBN. Sociolinguistic Theory and Practice for Developing Nations (University Press of Hawaii, 1971), pp. 7The fact that language planning and policy are heavily intertwined not only allows for the use of the concept ‘language policy and planning’ (instead of ‘language policy’ and ‘language planning’; cf. 31. 388 Pages, Part I Theoretical Perspectives in Language Policy 1, Theoretical Perspectives in Language Policy: An Overview 3Thomas Ricento, 1 Language Policy: Theory and Practice – An Introduction 10Thomas Ricento, 2 Frameworks and Models in Language Policy and Planning 24Nancy H. Hornberger, 3 Critical Theory in Language Policy 42James W. Tollefson, 4 Postmodernism in Language Policy 60Alastair Pennycook, 5 Economic Considerations in Language Policy 77François Grin, 6 Political Theory and Language Policy 95Ronald Schmidt, Sr, 7 Language Policy and Linguistic Culture 111Harold Schiffman, Part II Methodological Perspectives in Language Policy 127, Methodological Perspectives in Language Policy: An Overview 129Thomas Ricento, 8 The Lessons of Historical Investigation: Implications for the Study of Language Policy and Planning 135Terrence G. Wiley, 9 Ethnographic Methods in Language Policy 153Suresh Canagarajah, 10 Linguistic Analyses in Language Policies 170Ruth Wodak, 11 Geolinguistic Analysis in Language Policy 194Don Cartwright, 12 Psycho-Sociological Analysis in Language Policy 210Colin Baker, Part III Topical Areas in Language Policy 229, Topical Areas in Language Policy: An Overview 231Thomas Ricento, 13 Language Policy and National Identity 238Jan Blommaert, 14 Language Policy and Minority Rights 255Stephen May, 15 Language Policy and Linguistic Human Rights 273Tove Skutnabb-Kangas, 16 Language Policies and the Education of Linguistic Minorities 292Christina Bratt Paulston and Kai Heidemann, 17 Language Policy and Language Shift 311Joshua A. Fishman, 18 Language Policy and Sign Languages 329Timothy Reagan, 19 Language Policy and Linguistic Imperialism 346Robert Phillipson, “International in coverage, imaginative in scope, this volume offers a comprehensive discussion of language planning and policy by renowned scholars. Language Policy and Planning (Critical Concepts in Linguistics) 1st Edition by Thomas Ricento (Editor) ISBN-13: 978-0415727662. The field of language policy and planning has evolved over the past half century into a flourishing field of academic inquiry, with identifiable research agendas, methods, and findings. 161–82. 13. ISBN-10: 0415727669. Prices & shipping based on shipping country. "An Introduction to Language Policy: Theories and Method" is a collection of newly-written chapters that cover the major theories and methods currently employed by scholars active in the field. Gahng, ‘Changing Language Policies and Attitudes in Autonomous Catalonia’, Language in Society, 1990, 19, 3, 311–30. Each layer infuses and is infused by the others‖. U. Ammon, ‘World Languages: Trends and Futures’, in N. Coupland (ed. 5 Economic Considerations in Language Policy 77 François Grin. All rights reserved. A. Fishman, ‘Language Maintenance and Language Shift as a Field of Inquiry’, Linguistics, 1964, 2, 9, 32–70. Ships from and sold by ---SuperBookDeals. An Introduction to Language Policy: Theories and Method is a collection of newly-written chapters that cover the major theories and methods currently employed by scholars active in the field. 10. Thomas Ricento. T. Ricento, ‘Political Economy and English as a "Global" Language’, Critical Multilingualism Studies, 2012, 1, 1, 30–52. A variety of research methodologies is used, ranging from macro-sociopolitical and structural analyses to postmodern approaches. Class, Ethnicity, and Language Rights: An Analysis of British Colonial Policy in Lesotho and Sri Lanka and Some Implications for Language Policy. C. Stroud, ‘African Mother-Tongue Programmes and the Politics of Language: Linguistic Citizenship Versus Linguistic Human Rights’, Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development, 2001, 22, 4, 339–55. N. H. Hornberger and K. King, ‘Language Revitalization in the Andes: Can the Schools Reverse Language Shift?’, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 1996, 17, 427–41. In: RICENTO, T. The approaches operate at the policy planning (on form) and at cultivation (on function) levels. ", COVID-19 Discipline-Specific Online Teaching Resources, Peer Review & Editorial Office Management, The Editor's Role: Development & Innovation, People In Research: Interviews & Inspiration, provides an accessible introduction to the study of language policy research and language’s role in social life, consists of newly commissioned essays written by internationally recognized scholars, helps define and describe a growing field of inquiry and is an authoritative source for students, scholars and researchers in linguistics, applied linguistics, education, policy studies and related areas, includes section overviews, annotated chapter bibliographies, and discussion questions. 4. Pool, ‘Thinking about Linguistic Discrimination’, Language Problems & Language Planning, 1987, 11, 3–21. ), Progress in Language Planning: International Perspectives (Mouton, 1983), pp. N. Alexander, Language Policy and National Unity in South Africa/Azania (Buchu Books, 1989), chs. 292–315). 53. 49. Language Policy and Planning by Thomas Ricento, 9780415727662, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. An Introduction to Language Policy: Theories and Method is a collection of newly-written chapters that cover the major theories and methods currently employed by scholars active in the field. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Pp. Lin. The authors argue that insight into language planning can be drawn from an analysis of the actors Language revitalization is prefigurative in that it restores languages to a community and the world before broad-scale transformation has taken place, as a model of how the world could and should be. It might also function as a useful point of comparison for language planning and language policy in the European Union as it exists today. 62. 63. 58. - Tom Ricento, University of Calgary, Canada T. Ricento, ‘Historical and Theoretical Perspectives in Language Policy and Planning’, Journal of Sociolinguistics, 2000, 4, 2, 196–213. This volume examines the ways in which language planning works as a local activity in a wide variety of contexts around the world and dealing with a wide range of language planning … Language Planning all conscious efforts that aim at changing the linguistic behavior of a speech community. ), An Introduction to Language Policy: Theory and Method (Blackwell, 2006), pp. the issue of language policy in education. A. Fishman (eds. Download Product Flyer is to download PDF in new tab. Main Journal of Sociolinguistics Historical and theoretical perspectives in language policy and planning. 22–42. 2 Selecting Appropriate Research Methods in LPP Research: Methodological Rich Points 9 Nancy H. Hornberger. 4.1 Introduction The study of language policy and planning (LPP) is a relatively recent phenomenon. Language planning occurs in most countries by their relevant governments wherein they have more than one language within the community. Following a historical-textual analysis, I offer a historical and contemporary analysis of four instances of multilingual policy J. A. H. Leibowitz, ‘Language as a Means of Social Control: The United States Experience’ (ERIC Document ED 093 168, Eric Clearinghouse, Washington, D.C., 1974). History of language Planning and Policy • Language planning and policy was revitalized again mostly after the newly independent states, in the post-colonial era, needed to reconstruct their identity (including language) in a context of multi- … language policy and planning (LPP) in Taiwan since the 17th century. Since, as Ricento points out, there is no “overarching theory of LP and planning” (p. 10), this part presents a range of theoretical approaches that have had an important influence on LP research: seven informative chapters that paint LP … T. Skutnabb-Kangas, ‘Language Policy and Linguistic Human Rights’, in T. Ricento (ed. Examines the processes involved in language planning and policy and the role of English language teaching professionals in deciding and promoting language policies as well as how these professionals affect changes in their local contexts. Hornberger, N. (2006) ‘Frameworks and models in language policy and planning’ in T. Ricento (ed.) ), Can Language be Planned? (Ed.). The original, classical approach to language planning with its roots in modernism was initially dev eloped ar ound H augen ’s (1983) four-step model synthesis of the literature that drew on other classical theoretical work referred to pr eviously . 195–215. However, the process of intervention into language as social practice Chapter 4 a long history. ), Bilingualism: A Social Approach (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), pp. The field of language planning and policy (LPP) provides a rich array of research opportunities for applied linguists and social scientists. Thomas Ricento. Horner, K. 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