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Title: Minority language communities in the age of globalisation: Rethinking the organisation of human language diversity
Author: Bastardas i Boada, Albert, 1951-
Keywords: Minories lingüístiques
Política lingüística
Globalització
Multilingüisme
Europa
Congressos
Linguistic minorities
Language policy
Globalization
Multilingualism
Europe
Congresses
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: European Science Foundation
Abstract: Having overcome traditional geopolitical barriers, we peoples of this planet now find ourselves in very fortuitous circumstances for trying to come together and organise cohabitation based on common values and the building of relationships that are equitable and constructive in all senses. In linguistic terms, this new situation calls into question the ideological preconceptions that have thus far sustained mankind¿s communication. New principles are explored for the organisation of a multilingual humanity in its different sociopolitical levels.
Note: Presentat com a comunicació al European Science Foundation Exploratory Workshop, Bath, U.K., 2001
Note: Reproducció digital del document original
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/11475
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Comunicacions a congressos (Centre Universitari de Sociolingüística i Comunicació)

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