Knudsen, Petersen, Rógvi (Eds.): 4 or more languages
We are delighted to be able to present this edition of selected papers from the conference 4 or more languages for all: Language policy challenges of the future held on the Faroe Islands in August 2011.
We are delighted to be able to present this edition of selected papers from the conference 4 or more languages for all: Language policy challenges of the future held on the Faroe Islands in August 2011. A major purpose of the conference was to provide an interdisciplinary forum by bringing together scholars and practitioners from such diverse disciplines as history, law, linguistics, literature studies, political science, sociolinguistics, and sociology to compare, highlight, and share researched-based knowledge on language policy, language rights, and multilingualism in the Nordic countries.
Karin Jóhanna L. Knudsen, Hjalmar P. Petersen & Kári á Rógvi
The Danish composite state and the lost memory of a multilingual culture 9
Steen Bo Frandsen
William Heinesen in Faroese 23
Managing Sociolinguistic Challenges: Storytelling about Language Loss and Continuity in the Case of Sámi 36
Four Languages in a Changing Nordic Linguistic Environment 55
Multilingual education in Northern and Southern contexts: A comparison and contrast with lessons for all 75
Does the Nordic concept of parallel language use apply to minority children in Denmark? 94
Who Is ‘One of Us’? The Nexus between Naturalisation, Language, and Minority Protection 109
European and Nordic norms concerning public and private use of language in the horizontal dimension 131
ISBN 978-82-7099-715-2, 153 sider
Format: 17x24 cm, vekt 0,350 kg, publiseringsår 2012, språk: English