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- Language planning, policy and implementation in South Africa
- Language Planning and Policy in Africa, Vol 1: Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique
- language planning and policy pdf
Language planning, policy and implementation in South Africa
This chapter examines education language policy debates in three East African countries: Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda in the context of globalization. These countries have a similar history given that they are neighbors and were colonized by the same colonial power—the British, although the Germans colonized Tanzania for a short time. The three countries gained independence in the early s. Tanzania gained its independence in , followed by Uganda in , and finally Kenya in This colonial infiltration into these three East African countries has continued to influence the language policies in the education system of the three countries since independence.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Banda Published Geography. This paper draws on the notion of multilingualism as social practice Heller to critique postcolonial language planning and policies in Africa.
In this chapter, we begin by reviewing some of the competing theories that were first posited regarding Black speech patterns and their educational relevance. Ensuing debates about bidialectal educational programs, pro and con, provided grist for the Black English trial in In , the Oakland, California School Board passed a controversial resolution declaring Ebonics to be the native language of African American students who attended public schools throughout that district. Since then, new educational initiatives have attempted to close racial gaps in educational disparities, but these efforts tend to overlook the specific needs of students who lack proficiency in Standard American English, especially if they are descendants of African slaves in the United States. He uses linguistic research to promote advances in equal opportunity in the fields of education, employment, medicine, and the law. Access to the complete content on Oxford Handbooks Online requires a subscription or purchase.
Language Planning and Policy in Africa, Vol 1: Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique
Obaidul Hamid,Hoa T. The widest range of conditions can affect language policy. This book was published as special issues of Current Issues in Language Planning. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 67 — McCarty Arizona State University Executive Summary This policy brief addresses the dual challenges facing Native American communities in their language planning and policy LPP efforts: maintaining This volume contains monographs on Ecuador, Mexico and Paraguay, countries which are not well represented in the recent international language policy and planning literature, and draws together the existing published research in this field.
repertoire-based multilingual models for language planning and policy in Africa. Keywords: multilingualism, language policy, linguistic repertoire.
language planning and policy pdf