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One could possibly compare the situation with that of Latin in Western Europe until the time when efforts were made to return to Ciceronian Latin. (6) Minority languages with standards of their own. As examples of this category we may mention Sardinian, Rhaeto-Romanic, the Gaelic of Scotland. These are languages which, using a term employed in Bossong (1980), are in a recessive cycle if West-European. If there is no officially directed activity in our field and no support from another speech community, it must be difficult for a language to exist in a modern society.

Gif), netLibrary will represent them as they appear in the original text, and most computers will be able to show the full characters correctly. In order to keep the text searchable and readable on most computers, characters with diacritics that are not part of the ISO 8859-1 list will be represented without their diacritical marks. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Bilingualism in society and schoool.  5) (Multilingual matters; 43) English and Danish. Proceedings from the 5th Nordic Conference on Bilingualism held on the Royal Danish School of Educational Studies at Copenhagen, June 22-25, 1987.

BilingualismCongresses.  Linguistic minoritiesCongresses.  Language planningCongresses.  Education, BilingualCongresses.  Jørgensen, J. Normann.  5.  Series: Multilingual matters; 43. 5) (Multilingual Matters; 43). 4 ISBN 1-85359-016-9 Multilingual Matters Ltd, Bank House, 8a Hill Road, Clevedon, Avon BS21 7HH, England. and 242 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, Pa 19106-1906 USA Copyright © 1988 J. N. Jørgensen, E. Hansen, A. Holmen, J. Gimbel and the authors of individual chapters All rights reserved.

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