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A Historical View on Language Ecology and Language Planning
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Ecological approaches are diffuse in the language sciences and are not to be mistaken for evolutionary models of language change. We will present a range of ecological approaches in language planning so as to offer a historical perspective on the treatment of languages in contact.
This talk is part of the Cambridge Endangered Languages and Cultures Group series.
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