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オックスフォード版 言語政策・計画ハンドブック

The Oxford Handbook of Language Policy and Planning

(Oxford Handbooks)

Tollefson, James W. (EDT)   Přez-milans, Miguel (EDT)

Oxford Univ Pr 2018/06
754 p. illustrations, maps ; 26 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780190458898
KCN: 1030197115
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KDC: B115 社会言語学・コミュニケーション学
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Through a critical examination of LPP, the Handbook offers new direction for a field in theoretical and methodological turmoil as a result of the socio-economic, institutional, and discursive processes of change taking place under the conditions of Late Modernity. From the Contents: 5: Critical discourse-ethnographic approaches to language policy (Ruth Wodak & Kristof Savski).

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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.
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Table of Contents

Preface Contributors 1. Research and practice in language policy and planning James W. Tollefson and Miguel Perez-Milans Part I. Conceptual underpinnings of language policy and planning (LPP): Theories and methods in dialogue 2. Socio-economic junctures, theoretical shifts: A genealogy of LPP research Monica Heller 3. Research methods in language policy and planning David Cassels Johnson 4. The critical ethnographic turn in research on language policy and planning Marilyn Martin-Jones and Ildegrada da Costa Cabral 5. Critical discourse-ethnographic approaches to language policy Ruth Wodak and Kristof Savski 6. Metapragmatics in the ethnography of language policy Miguel Perez-Milans 7. Language ethics and the interdisciplinary challenge Yael Peled Part II. LPP, Nation-states and Communities II.A. Modern nationalism, languages, minorities, standardization, and globalization 8. Nationalism and national languages Tomasz Kamusella 9. Language and the state in Western political theory: Implications for language policy and planning Peter Ives 10. Ideologies of language standardization: The case of Cantonese in Hong Kong Katherine H. Y. Chen 11. Globalization, language policy, and the role of English Thomas Ricento 12. Language rights and language repression Stephen May II.B. LPP in institutions of the modern nation-state: Education, citizenship, media and public signage 13. Medium of instruction policy James W. Tollefson and Amy B.M. Tsui 14. Language tests, language policy, and citizenship Kellie Frost and Tim McNamara 15. Language policy and mass media Xuesong (Andy) Gao and Qing Shao 16. Maintaining "Good Guys" and "Bad Guys": Implicit Language Policies in Media Coverage of International Crises Sandra Silberstein 17. Language policy and planning and linguistic landscapes Francis M. Hult II.C. LPP in/through communities 18. Revitalizing and sustaining endangered languages Teresa L. McCarty 19. "We work as bilinguals": Socioeconomic changes and language policy for indigenous languages in El Impenetrable Virginia Unamuno and Juan Eduardo Bonnin 20. Critical community language policies in education: Solomon Islands Case Karen Ann Watson-Gegeo, David W. Gegeo, and Billy Fito'o 21. Family Language Policy Xiao Lan Curdt-Christiansen 22. Language policies and sign languages Ronice Muller de Quadros Part III. LPP and Late Modernity III.A. LPP, neoliberalism and governmentality: A political economy view of language, bilingualism and social class 23. Language policy and planning, institutions and neoliberalization Eva Codo 24. Post-nationalism and language commodification Joan Pujolar 25. Bilingual education policy and neoliberal CLIL practices Ana Maria Relano-Pastor 26. Turning language and communication into productive resources: LPP and multinational corporations Alfonso Del Percio 27. Neoliberalism and linguistic governmentality Luisa Martin Rojo 28. Inequality and class in language policy and planning David Block III.B. Mobility, diversity and new social media: Revisiting key constructs 29. Community languages in late modernity Li Wei 30. New speakers and language policy Bernadette O'Rourke, Josep Soler and Jeroen Darquennes 31. Security and language policy Constadina Charalambous, Panayiota Charalambous, Kamran Khan, and Ben Rampton 32. Language policy and new media: An age of convergence culture Aoife Lenihan III.C. Language, ideology and critique: Rethinking forms of engagement 33. Language ideologies in the text based art of Xu Bing: Implications for language policy and planning Adam Jaworski 34. Language education policy and sociolinguistics: Toward a new critical engagement Jurgen Jaspers Part IV. Summary and future directions 35. Language policy and planning: Directions for future research Miguel Perez-Milans and James W. Tollefson Index