International Handbook of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education

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INTERNATIONAL HANDBOOK OF BILINGUALISM AND BILINGUAL EDUCATION

EDITED BY Christina Bratt Paulston

GREENWOOD PRESS NEW YORK · WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT · LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - Bilingualism and Bilingual Education: An Introduction 1
  • Conclusion 12
  • Note 13
  • Bibliography 13
  • 2 - Languages of the World 17
  • Conclusions 42
  • Bibliography 43
  • 3 - The Language Situation in Arabic-Speaking Nations 47
  • Introduction 48
  • Conclusions 58
  • Notes 59
  • Bibliography 59
  • 4 - Bilingualism and Linguistic Separatism in Belgian Schools 63
  • Conclusions 78
  • Bibliography 80
  • 5 - Bilingualism in Bolivia 85
  • Bibliography 105
  • 6 - The Celtic Languages in the British Isles 109
  • Bibliography 136
  • 7 - Language in Native Education in Canada 141
  • Summary 157
  • Bibliography 159
  • 8 - The Canadian Second Language Immersion Program 163
  • Summary 180
  • Note 181
  • Bibliography 181
  • 9 - Bilingualism and Bilingual Education in the People's Republic of China 185
  • Conclusions 199
  • Note 200
  • Bibliography 200
  • 10 - Carol Myers Scotton Patterns of Bilingualism in East Africa (Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania) 203
  • Summary 219
  • Notes 220
  • Bibliography 222
  • 11 - Linguistic Minorities Project Linguistic Minorities and the Mother-Tongue Debate in England 225
  • Conclusions 243
  • Acknowledgments 245
  • Bibliography 245
  • 12 - Societal Bilingualism and Bilingual Education: A Study of the Indian Situation 247
  • Bibliography 265
  • 13 - Language Planning and Language Acquisition: The "Great Leap" in the Hebrew Revival 275
  • Conclusions 291
  • Notes 292
  • Bibliography 292
  • 14 - Creole English and Education in Jamaica 297
  • Bibliography 310
  • 15 - Public Bilingual Education in Mexico 313
  • Summary 325
  • Bibliography 326
  • 16 - Aspects of Bilingualism in Morocco 329
  • Summary 341
  • Bibliography 342
  • 17 - Bilingualism and Bilingual Education in Nigeria 345
  • 18 - Graziella Corvalán Bilingualism in Paraguay 359
  • Conclusions 374
  • Bibliography 375
  • 19 - Alberto Escobar Bilingualism in Peru 379
  • Bibliography 388
  • 20 - S. Gopinathan Bilingualism and Bilingual Education in Singapore 391
  • Bibliography 403
  • 21 - Douglas Young 405
  • Conclusion 425
  • Bibliography 426
  • 22 - Bilingual Education in Soviet Central Asia 429
  • Bibliography 444
  • 23 - Miguel Siguan Bilingual Education in Spain 449
  • Bibliography 473
  • 24 - Kenneth Hyltenstam and Lenore Arnberg Bilingualism and Education of Immigrant Children and Adults in Sweden 475
  • Summary 506
  • Bibliography 507
  • 25 - Gottfried Kolde Language Contact and Bilingualism in Switzerland 515
  • Bibliography 533
  • 26 - Bilingualism and Bilingual Education in the United States 539
  • Bibliography 557
  • 27 - Some Aspects of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education in Zaire 561
  • Bibliography 575
  • Glossary 579
  • Bibliographical Essay 581
  • Bibliography 583
  • Author Index 585
  • Language Index 595
  • Subject Index 599
  • About the Contributors 601
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