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Urban multilingualism in Europe (G. Extra, K. Yagmur)


Zuletzt aktualisiert: 17 Jul 2004

Immigrant Minority Languages at Home and School

ISBN: 1-85359-778-3

Multilingual Matters , August 2004

Contents:

Preface:

O. Chenal, Which languages for Europe? 1. Introduction:
1. G. Extra & K. Yagmur.

Part I Multidisciplinary perspectives G. Extra & Kutlay Yagmur:
2. 2. Phenomenological perspectives.
3. 3. Demographic perspectives.
4. 4. Language rights perspectives.
5. 5. Educational perspectives.

Part II Multilingual Cities Project:
6. National and local perspectives.
7. 6. Methodological considerations G. Extra, K. Yagmur & T. van der Avoird.
8. 7. Multilingualism in Goteborg L.Nygren-Junkin.
9. 8. Multilingualism in Hamburg S. Buhler-Otten & S. Furstenau.
10. 9.Multilingualism in The Hague R. Aarts, G. Extra & K. Yagmur.
11. 10. Multilingualism in Brussels M. Verlot & K. Delrue.
12. 11. Multilingualism in Lyon M.-A. Akinci & J.J. de Ruiter.
13. 12. Multilingualism in Madrid P. Broeder & L. Mijares.

Part III Multilingual Cities Project:
14. Crossnational and crosslinguistic perspectives G. Extra, K. Yagmur & T. van der Avoird.

13. Crossnational perspectives on language groups:
15. Albanian, Arabic, Armenian, Berber, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Kurdish, Polish, Portuguese, Romani/Sinte, Russian, Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian, Somali, Spanish, Turkish, Urdu/?Pakistani?, and Vietnamese.
16. 14. Crosslinguistic perspectives on language groups.
17. 15. Crossnational perspectives on community language teaching.
18. 16. Conclusions and discussion.
19. Appendices