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Languages after Brexit : How the UK Speaks to the World

1st ed. 2018.

Kelly, Michael

Palgrave Macmillan 2017/10
210 p.   
装丁: Pap   
版表示など: soft    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: DE
ISBN: 9783319651682
KCN: 1028797719
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納期について
KDC: D242 政治史・政治事情:西欧・北欧・南欧
B115 社会言語学・コミュニケーション学
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Annotation

Analyses the language capabilities and resources of the United Kingdom in a new, post-referendum climate.

Full Description

This book represents a significant intervention into the debates surrounding Brexit and language policy.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction; Jean Coussins and Philip Harding-Esch.- Part I. Living in a world of languages.- Chapter 2.Why are so many people resistant to other languages?; Michael Kelly.- Chapter 3. Trouble with English?; Jennifer Jenkins.- Chapter 4. A language-rich future for the UK; Maria K Norton.- Part II. What the UK needs in languages.- Chapter 5. This post-Brexit Linguanomics; Gabrielle Hogan-Brun.- Chapter 6. Speaking to a global future - the increasing value of language and culture to British business post-Brexit; Bernardette Holmes.- Chapter 7. Science and languages; Charles Forsdick.- Chapter 8. Languages in the Eye of the Law; Ann Carlisle.- Chapter 9. Language Plenty, Refugees and the post-Brexit world. New Practices from Scotland; Alison Phipps.- Chapter 10. What every policy maker needs to know about cognitive benefits of bilingualism; Dina Mehmedbegovic.- Part III. Where the UK stands in language capacity.- Chapter 11. Languages in English secondary schools post-Brexit; Teresa Tinsley.- Chapter 12. Modern Languages in Scotland in the context of Brexit; Hannah Doughty and Marion Spoering.- Chapter 13. Speaking from Wales: Building a Modern Languages Community in the Era of Brexit; Claire Gorrara.- Chapter 14. Languages in Northern Ireland: policy and practice; Janice Carruthers and Micheal O Mainnin.- Chapter 15. Building capacity in UK Higher Education; Jocelyn Wyburd.- Chapter 16. Support unsung heroes: community-based language learning and teaching; Kate Borthwick.- Chapter 17. Language learning by different means: formal and informal developments; Tim Connell.- Chapter 18. Translation and Interpreting in a post-Brexit Britain; Myriam Salama-Carr, Svetlana Carsten, Helen Campbell.- Chapter 19. Language Teacher Supply: the vicious cycle, the effects of the EU referendum and attempts to solve supply shortage; Rene Koglbauer.- Part IV. What can be done to make the UK language-ready?.- Chapter 20. Collaboration, connectedness, champions: approaches within government; Wendy Ayres-Bennett.- Chapter 21. Speaking to the world about speaking to the world; David Crystal.- Chapter 22. Conclusion: Steps towards a strategy for the UK; Michael Kelly