INDEX OF SUBJECTS

a
Académie Française 12 - 13 , 19 , 156 -7, 159 -60
academies 12 - 13 , 155 -60, 236
Accademia della Crusca 12 , 156 , 235
accent 93 , 98 - 102 , 227
accommodation 82 -3
agglutinating languages 27 -8
ambilingualism 67
anglo-conformity 169
animal communication 18
anomie 67
argumentum ad Lazarum212
artificial language 1 , 43 -7
assimilation 177 -81, 183
Australia 181
auxiliary language 43 -7

b
Babel 5 , 15
BBC 95 , 99
Belgium 33 , 38 , 87 , 137
bible 15 , 25 , 42 , 47
bidialectalism 78
bilingual education 193 -6
bilingualism:
additive and subtractive 59 ;
balanced 3 , 57 , 58 ;
coordinate and compound 71 ;
primary and secondary 59 - 60 ;
receptive and productive 58
borrowing 72 -8
boustrophedon5
British Museum 34

c
calques 75
Canada 20 -2, 34 , 36 -7, 39 , 87 -8, 100 , 134 -6, 141 , 181 -7, 196 -8
canons 171 -2, 237
censuses 20 , 35 -9
code-mixing 73
code-switching 3 , 72 -8, 225
collective rights 134 -6
competence xi
constructed languages, 1 , 43 -7
creoles 41 -3
cultural relativism 90 -2

d
Darwinism 17
dialect 23 , 93 -6, 98 - 102 , 190 -2, 227
dictionaries 13 , 148 -9, 152 , 155 -60, 162 , 231 , 234
diglossia 83 -7, 110 , 226
direct method 64
disadvantaged children 190 -2

e
economics 116 -18, 213
education 9 , 11 - 12 , 175 -98, 236 -7, 240
England 99 - 100 , 157 -60, 181
English Language Amendment (American Constitution) 166 -70
equilingualism 57
ethnicity 125 -9, 177 -81
ethnolinguistic vitality 65 , 143 -4

f
feral children 16
Finland 10 , 87
flectional languages 27 -8
foreign accent syndrome 224
France 10 , 50 -1, 130 , 137 , 152 -4, 156 , 229

g
Gaeltacht108 -9, 112
glossolalia 15
gossip 17 - 18
grammars 148 -50, 152 , 155 , 157 -8, 160 -1
Greece 83 -7
Gresham’s Law 102 -3

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • A Brief Note on References xiii
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • 1 - An Introductory Overview 1
  • 2 - Languages in the World 15
  • 3 - Bilingualism 55
  • 4 - Languages in Conflict 89
  • 5 - Languages and Identities 125
  • 6 - The Prescriptive Urge 146
  • 7 - Languages, Cultures and Education 175
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  • Notes and References 211
  • Index of Names 243
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  • Index of Languages and Language Families 254
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